Smart Move Clark: Firing Dorsey Makes Sense Now

Follow @arrowhead_one I had begun to look into Dorsey, before the Dallas game, but that horrific loss brought my thoughts into clear focus. When Clark Hunt fired John Dorsey, there were a number of things that were said. Perhaps the most important statement, was when Hunt said he was concerned about Chiefs ability to sustain their success long term. John Dorsey took this Chiefs team from a bottom feeder to a contender, much faster than any team normally is able to do that. For fans, this was a lot of…

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Chief Concerns: Fatal Flaws To Fix Before The Playoffs

Follow @arrowhead_one Usually when your defense comes away with four turnovers and a score, you feel pretty good. When you do that against Trevor Siemien, you wonder if they could have done more. The Kansas City Chiefs defense has taken a major step back this year. They’re ranked 30th in yards allowed and 19th in points allowed. K.C. is still winning games on the strength of a, usually, elite offense, but for fans who want to see progress, wins aren’t enough. The Chiefs need to show that they can move further…

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Hope, Mope and Nope: Sorting Through Fan Reactions To Another Loss

Follow @arrowhead_one The Kansas City Chiefs have lost two in a row. That’s never a good feeling. There’s been a pretty broad range of reactions to the Raiders game. Some fans have thrown in the towel and are ready for another fruitless trip to the playoffs. Others choose to maintain an optimistic attitude through a mixture excuses for recent performance and arguments for future success. As any emotional loss will do, this one has certainly produced some pretty insane comments by fans. This week, we sort through the hopes and…

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Chiefs Pep Talk: Quit Moping and Get Excited!

Follow @arrowhead_one Get ready to watch the Kansas City Chiefs destroy the Oakland Raiders. Short week be danged, road game be darned, Chiefs have this in the bag. Where does such confidence come from, following a soul crushing game? From this simple fact: Chiefs played like feline excrement and lost by six points. Did I say they lost? I meant to say that they won, but got screwed out of a touchdown by the doggone Zebras (refs). I think there‘s a strong argument to be made that Demetrius Harris made…

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Former Chiefs Players and Personnel: I Ain’t Missin’ You At All

Follow @arrowhead_one Chiefs are 5-0! Any criticism at this point is just being picky. Besides, if I had to single someone out, I’d yell at the defense, and Marcus Peters already has that covered. This week, surveying the awesomeness of Chiefs accomplishments, I couldn’t help but think of the players and personnel we thought we’d miss. Truth be told, I’m not missing any of them. Jamaal Charles: I heard a lot of people, in the off-season, complaining the Chiefs didn’t try to bring Charles back on a reduced contract. Kareem…

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The Tortoise And The Hare: A Chiefs Tale

Follow @arrowhead_one Nobody who watched the first quarter would have expected the Chiefs to win this game. The Redskins came out of the gate with fire and passion. Chiefs couldn’t catch a break, let alone a ball. To the casual observer, this game was on it’s way to being a blow-out. Andy Reid, however, knew exactly what was going on. This game was a classic re-telling of the “Tortoise and the Hare,” and he knew where the Chiefs fit in that story, and where it would end. The Hare rushed…

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Chiefs Scramble: Chiefly Bacon’s Mostly Coherent Ramblings

Follow @arrowhead_one Technology has not been kind to me these past few weeks. My DVR flaked out during the Eagles‘ game, and my power went out during the Chargers‘ game. Then my internet went down on Monday, when I usually start my article. Chiefs have dealt with some hiccups of their own lately. I’ll cover that, along with some other random thoughts, on the Chiefs this week. Harrison Butker: Butt Kicker: Losing Santos sucks. At least My wife will be happy about this signing. She used to like Succop, because he was the…

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