Bittersweet: What Could Have Been Chiefs History

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Frank Leggio is an operations director living in the Columbus, OH area.He has two sons and a couple of Beagles.He was born in Germany, went to high school in KS and college in CO.
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Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet       The season is finally officially over. The final game of the season was a great game to watch. Both teams displayed a ton of offense. This wasn’t a defensive showcase, but there was some prime defense when it counted. With seconds to go and the game on the line, the Eagles defense got to Tom Brady with a strip sack they recovered. The game was all but over at that point.         Heads – Heads – Heads – Heads While Tom…

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Conference Championships: OPEN THREAD

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet       It’s Lamar Hunt Trophy day and once again Lamar Hunt’s team is missing. In 1970, the year the Kansas City Chiefs won their only Super Bowl victory, the AFC Conference Champion was to forever be named after the Chiefs owner, and AFL League founder, Lamar Hunt. Since Baltimore won the first Lamar Hunt Trophy following the 1970-71 season, in the 48 years since that time, K.C. has appeared in that game once following the 1993 season with Joe Montana at the helm, but never…

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2018 East West Shrine Game OPEN THREAD

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet       The 2018 East-West Shrine Game is a college all star game played annually and this is the 93rd time it’s been played. It will be held at Tropicana Field in St. Petersburg, Fla., at 2 p.m. CDT today. This is the real beginning to the offseason when NFL teams and scouts will get a chance to see college stars pitted against other college stars. Ultimately, this is also the first chance GM’s will get to move players up or down their draft board based…

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Oh Give Me Mahomes: Pros and Cons To Starting The Rookie

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Ransom Hawthorne is an electrician living in central KS. He's married and has two young boys. Born in KS, and raised in Tucson, Ransom spent his middle school years in southern Mexico.
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Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet Should the Chiefs elect to start Mahomes this week, as most anticipate they will, it will have zero effect on the Chiefs, but a pretty big impact on the fans. Some fans are dying to see Mahomes, some are just happy that the playoffs are locked up and view this week’s game, vs Denver, as completely irrelevant. Whether you’re in the Alex Smith club, or ‘in a club with Ma-homies’, you have valid reasons to want Mahomes to start or sit. Mahomes Club: Why Chiefs Should Start…

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Week 17: Is It Rest Or Rust?

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Frank Leggio is an operations director living in the Columbus, OH area.He has two sons and a couple of Beagles.He was born in Germany, went to high school in KS and college in CO.
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Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet       Here we are, at the end of Week 16 in the NFL schedule, and have nothing to gain in Week 17. This is a perennial problem for teams in the league. You enter the final game of the season and win, lose, or draw, it doesn’t affect your playoff standing in any way. The Chiefs are locked in at the number 4 seed. Lose next week and they are still the 4 seed, by virtue of being the division winner with the worst record.…

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NFL: Week 10 OPEN THREAD

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet Since this is Week 10 in the NFL and more importantly, the Kansas City Chiefs Bye Week, you have choices. You can either take a nice long hibernating nap today… or watch some other NFL games. For those not partaking in the Rip Van Winkle snooze, here are the game choices this weekend:       .       If you are viewing this in Apple News and would like to join the Discussion, [GO HERE.](http://arrowheadone.com/nfl-week-10-open-thread/#disqus_thread)   ..

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NFL Week 8: OPEN THREAD

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet       The mid-season mark is almost here for most teams. The number of teams who will assert themselves to make a push for the playoffs is fewer than they were when September began. In early September every team — and their fans — shared hope for a championship. It’s clear now that more than half of the teams in the league have greatly reduced their chances to make the playoffs as 17 out of 32 teams in the league are playing .500 ball or worse.…

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