How the Chiefs Beat the Broncos: Circle the Wagons

 

 

 

It’s game day for the Kansas City Chiefs. This only happens 8 times per year in the regular season in K.C. so this is special. When you consider that the Denver Broncos have been the Chiefs main AFC West competition for the past several years and that the Broncos won the Super Bowl earlier last year (in Feb of 2016), it makes this game even more special. It’s also a game that could go a long way towards sinking the Broncos ship for the rest of this season because with them currently holding a record of 3 wins and 3 losses, a 4th loss would mean that they’d almost have to win every game from here on out to even have a chance to get in the playoffs. Even if they lose one more game after a loss to the Chiefs, it’s likely a death knell with the Bills, Dolphins, Ravens and Jags — all second place teams in their own divisions of the AFC — but all having a better record going into the last half of the season (and only two non-division-winners make it into the playoffs each year to play in the Wildcard games).

 

So, the question is, what’s the winning game plan for beating the Denver Broncos today?

 

Terez Paylor of the K.C Star says there are four keys

 

1. Stay Ahead of the Sticks: stay away from 3rd and long.

I think it means that the play calling must be aggressive.

 

2. Attack the Middle of the Field: with Morse and LDT back the Chiefs should run up the gut more.

I think it means that TE Travis Kelce must get open over the middle as well to be successful.

 

3. Stay Gap Sound: the Chiefs can’t afford to have another back rip them like Bell did.

I think it also means that you must force QB Trevor Siemian to beat you. Stop the run and force them to throw.

 

4. Get After Siemian: with Siemian having 7 TD passes and 8 INTs, pressure is key.

I think the pass rush must get pressure or the Broncos could steal this one.

 

   

Bob Fescoe of 610  Sports Radio has four keys too and he says:

 

1. Justin Houston must RUSH the QB: having Houston drop in coverage is a waste of his talent.

I think Houston is the second most important position player on the team and if he’s going to continue to be asked to do something — dropping in coverage — he’s not that good at over asking him to do something he’s one the best at — rushing the QB — then there’s not reason that the Chiefs should not pursue another DC in the offseason.

 

2. Stick to the Running Game: since Denver’s defense is one of the best in the league, wear them out.

I think that using the run to dominate the game would produce a similar result to the Pittsburgh game. The Chiefs MUST mix up the pass and the run and call passing plays on first down to keep the Denver D off balance. I say it’s easier to wear a defense out by not being predictable and getting them to go this way when they should be going that way.

 

3. Alex Smith Continues to Play Like an MVP Candidate: Smith needs to be accurate and throw his WRs open.

I think that’s all akin to saying, the game plan is to play well. Sure, I agree, Alex needs to execute but… c’mon man! It’s rather obvious, if Smith doesn’t play well, the Chiefs will probably lose.

 

4. Shut Down Jamaal Charles: Fescoe goes on the say JC hasn’t been much of a factor this year.

True. So why make stopping JC one of the keys. He should be sky high emotionally but the Chiefs need to stop their running game no mater whose back there and that is job one.

 

If you care to read an article by ESPN’s Adam Teicher on why the Chiefs are better off with Justin Houston in coverage go here. Why in the world… just… why in he world?!?

 

My Take. My Game Plan:

Andy Reid must stay away from the obvious. He must call plays that aren’t expected. Sure, that may — and should — include a trick play or two just to keep them honest (although that’s the last time you;’ll hear me ever refer to the Broncos as honest) and give his offense a chance to stay on the field by making first downs and sustaining drives. Three-TE-sets, Jets Sweeps followed by deep post patterns. Passes to his RB looping out of the backfield and into the seems of the zone followed up by lopsided formations used to fake flat passes and then run up the middle. Plays that set up other plays. If Reid is making these kinds of decisions, the Chiefs should come away with a victory.

 

On the defensive side of he ball, DC Bob Sutton must make the correct calls as far as adjustments are concerned. No one gets it right all the time so… make sure you’re adapting to what they’re giving you and abuse it.

 

What do you think. Have anything to add to the game plan?

 

BTW, both the Chargers and the Raiders lost yesterday so he Chiefs re now up in the AFC West over both of them by 2 1/2 games.

 

Also, if you have any predictions with the trading deadline just one day away, have at it. This is not a prediction but, I’d like to see the Chiefs pick up CB Vontae Davis from the Colts. Davis would be a hired gun as he’s on the back end of a four year deal and is owed $9M this year so the Chiefs would have to come up with half that number here at mid-season. However, since the Chiefs are reported to have $3.2M cap space left, a few mathematical miracles would need to take place for that to happen. 

 

 

 

 

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  • berttheclock

    As for trying to obtain the 29 year old Vontae Davis, his contract would put him out of reach. Joel Corry, a former NFL agent, suggested Lynch of the Niners might convert part of Eric Reid’s salary into a signing bonus. This was his suggestion for the Chiefs to obtain Reid. However, I can not see how Ballard could work the same with the remainder of the salary of Davis, who has a remaining salary of $4.5 million.

    From comments at a Colts’ fansided thread (they say Ballard is, also, shopping Hilton and Gore), they suggest the Eagles or the Pats might have the better chance at picking up Davis and both of those teams need corner backs.

    • berttheclock

      They do believe Ballard is looking for a 5th or 6th round pick for Davis.

      • Frank Rodela

        What would acquiring Davis mean for Mitchell?

        • berttheclock

          Davis would step in for Mitchell for starting. Laddie has stated earlier that he believes adding a safety (strong type) would be the better way to go than adding a corner, but, both are needed.

    • tm1946

      Doesn’t trading end Tues? I would not be surprised if we went for a lesser light or just road it out for the year. We seem to light on bullets in this fight.

  • Frank Rodela

    While I know we couldn’t afford it, DeAndre Hopkins would have to be my trade deadline wish number 1. After the “Inmate” comment from Texans owner this past week, and D-Hop’s reaction to the comment, it is clear he wouldn’t object to leaving Houston. Though the combination of the draft capital it would take to acquire him and the hit he would take to the salary cap, he will have to remain nothing more than a wish.

    As for someone that could be a realistic acquisition, Reid from the 9er’s, the same Reid that Bert is high on, seems like he would fit our scheme well.

    • Chiefs-Kings-A’s

      I’m sure Hopkins will eventually understand the difference between an analogy and a characterization.
      Whether it’s right or wrong, old timers use certain analogies….and while they might seem offensive to some, the offender doesn’t understand what they did wrong…….I frequently use the term “too many Chiefs and not enough Indians”……….do I mean it in a racist term? Hell no…………anyway, Texans owner has apologized twice now, I’m pretty sure Hopkins will find his big boy pants and play football in Houston.
      Eric Reid?…….pass.

      • Frank Rodela

        I agree completely concerning the inmates comment. However, if we were in a position to trade for him, I would be ok with this being the menial reason we were able to get him. You know?

        • Chiefs-Kings-A’s

          Absolutely!

        • tm1946

          Not sure the league would allow it, if we could pull it off. Public relations wise, it would seem a problem was just being shipped off, both sides would/could get pissed. The NFL is having issues handling this since Colin K started kneeling, it does not seem to be going away and both sides are getting less willing to find a solution.

          • Frank Rodela

            I’m not sure if there is a league veto option. It may be frowned upon, but ultimately couldn’t be stopped if it was an option

          • tm1946

            No real idea but Clark Hunt is a Commish guy. If da commish called, not sure what would happen.

          • Frank Rodela

            I can get behind that

    • PaulFromNorthMo

      For a more realistic option, Martavis Bryant might be worth looking at. After the show Juju put on yesterday, I can’t see Bryant’s playing time increasing.He is affordable and under contract through next season.

  • Frank Rodela

    Do you think T.Y. Hilton could have an impact on the offense?

    More specifically, are you happy with the Chiefs WR group, or do you think a piece needs to be added for the back end of the schedule/playoffs?

    Personally, I think TY would be a better fit elsewhere, we have Hill, DAT and Wilson that fit that some mold to an extent. I wish Conley would have never got injured, obviously, but if it had to happen I wish it could have happened a few weeks earlier so we could see what we have in Robinson with enough time to evaluate prior to the trade deadline.

    What about 37 year old Anquan Boldin as a half a season rental? Wonder if he could be had for a 7th rounder. To expand a little, Boldin retired before the season started, but has asked the Bills in the last week to explore a trade that would bring him out of retirement. Could be a Chris Chambers type, more for the veteran presence in the room, but could also come through with a huge 3rd down, 7 yard sideline catch to move the chains.

  • Frank Rodela

    Speaking of trades, how about the loaded Jags defense adding Marcell Dareus over the weekend? A team many thought were a couple years out after their latest regime change looks to be loading up for a playoff run themselves. And the way that division is going, the Jags very well could be hosting a playoff game this year.

    • berttheclock

      The Jags could well be one QB away from competing for the Lombardi.

      • Frank Rodela

        The 2000 (?) Ravens would say Bortles could get a ring on the back of the defense

      • freshmeat62

        There ya go. The Jags 1st rd pick for AS11 a possible MVP QB.

        No, I havent had any booze this morning!

        • Frank Rodela

          AS11’s name comes up at least 3-4 times a week here on the local sports radio station in Jacksonville. 3-4 times during my ride to and from at least. If the radio personalities were to run the franchise, AS11 would be a top priority and would be worth a first and some change

          • freshmeat62

            Holy Cow! Maybe they’re the ones that have been drinking! I’ll send them a bottle of Jose Cuervo if I thought it would work.

          • Frank Rodela

            Add a bottle of Fireball to the bribe. They have a segment every morning, 5 questions that the “guest googan judge” awards either Dan or Jeff a point for the best answer. If Dan wins, the whole show does a shot of Fireball. If Jeff wins, a shot of Jose for the whole show. This is normally around 7:15 AM

        • PaulFromNorthMo

          I doubt they would give a 1st. But I would settle for their 2nd and 3rd!

  • tm1946

    IMO, the Chiefs are the better team and can/should win. Internet says LDT is a maybe and Houston also. But with Alex and a good game plan on offense, we should win this game. If I had a concern (mentioned before – old doom and gloom), it would be on the national TV MNF appearance. We sometimes come out flat and under preform.

  • freshmeat62

    Since the Chiefs are already short of draft picks next year, I’m against any kind of trade that includes a Chief’s pick, even a 7th rd’er. The secondary (safety) is probably the neediest area, and I don’t think they can find anybody that will make a big difference.

    I had read that LDT is still not quite ready to come back, but if he is that will be great. Morse, LDT, and Schwartz make that right side pretty strong. If so, then I pound the ball down their throats.

    Go Chiefs!

    • berttheclock

      I thought Dorsey really whiffed in the late rounds this year. That was unusual for him. Didn’t help that Veach was involved with the scouting of those late round picks and UDFAs.

    • PaulFromNorthMo

      I believe the Chiefs used their 2018 7th round pick on the trade for Acker. Their 5th for Erving and of course the 1st for Mahomes. But we do get back some sort of conditional pick from the Cards for Marcus Cooper.

      • Frank Rodela

        What did we pay for the move to grab Hunt?

        • 4th and 7th

        • PaulFromNorthMo

          We had like 10 picks going in to this years draft, but as for what all we traded for who, I would have to look that up.

          • berttheclock

            Buffalo made out very well. Plus, they treated Oakland yesterday the way we should have. They will be tough in the next two months.

          • PaulFromNorthMo

            Yes, but we may have as well, we’ll find out in a year or two. I know you don’t really like the excuse, but I still maintain that road teams have a huge disadvantage on Thursday nights. I was more disappointed in our performance against the Steelers.

          • tm1946

            Starting to reach their stride… now we need to do something similar.

      • Frank Rodela

        I want to say we have a 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 6th for next year

        • PaulFromNorthMo

          I agree, plus the pick from Arizona, whatever it turns out to be.

  • freshmeat62

    I don’t remember, did we lose anyone last year that would warrant a comp draft pick?

    • berttheclock

      One for Foles. However, that might be affected by his lack of playing time, so, a possible 5th could become a 6th.

      Gaining Logan offset losing Poe.

  • Frank Rodela

    Question – If Morse plays, as expected, and LDT sits out another game, could and maybe should happen, who starts at RG? Erving has been playing at RG since LDT went out, or Fulton who has been playing C for Morse. Fulton is probably the best back-up option for the interior.

    So do we go best option or the guy who has been playing there for a few weeks?

    • berttheclock

      “has been playing at RG”

      I believe you have hit on the problem in a nutshell. Operative words being “playing at”.

  • berttheclock

    Interesting thread up at ESPN NFL concerning the play of Siemian. Two things stick out. He has been sacked more when they go to 3 wide out sets. Plus, 4 former DCs have reviewed tapes and found he appears to hesitate on throws to his left. They have suggested D-Bs to undercut those throws.

    Of course, Joseph denies any of this being a problem.

  • tm1946

    Side issue: Hunt is our workhorse at RB…. wonder how he is holding up? Not a lot of healthy depth behind him (Spiller is sort of a revolving door…signed, gets a 75,000 pay day, cut – repeat).

    • Frank Rodela

      Not as concerned with our 22 year old rookie than I would be if, say, JC25 was still in town 149 touches after 7 games

      • tm1946

        History with Poe…. burnt him up pretty fast.

        • Frank Rodela

          This is true

    • berttheclock

      I like how the Saints use both Ingram and Kamara.

      • Frank Rodela

        Too bad we don’t have a reliable second guy

        • Frank Rodela

          Next year, the combo of Hunt and Ware is promising

          • tm1946

            I am thinking another 4th or 5th rounders to pair with Hunt and the other veterans can cover the periods needed for blows.

  • freshmeat62

    Which side will Von Miller attack from most often tonite? I usually picture him attacking the RT, but he usually has pretty good luck against Fisher when on that side.

    • Frank Rodela

      I think it depends on how well Shane Ray is in his 2017 debut

    • berttheclock

      Answered your question below. One comp for Fole, but, it might only be a 6th due to lack of playing time. Gaining Logan offset losing Poe.

  • berttheclock

    Speaking of possible trades, Detroit wants to move on from Ebron as they feel he has under performed. The Bears just lost Zach Miller. Would Detroit agree to a deal with a divisional rival? Denver, also, wants to add a TE.

    • Frank Rodela

      I hope Denver has interest, Ebron has sticks of butter for hands

      • berttheclock

        Did you see the horrible twisting done to Miller’s knee? That turf seemed to give. But, taking the TD away from him shows the NFL should really delve into their possession rule. Huge problems with the current rule.

        • Merlin

          The NFL is trying to be too fine with the catch rule and it is highly subjective. I am not sure how they can turn the clock back on that with the emphasis on replay. Replay has helped a lot, but when it comes to catches, it really has become confusing.

        • Merlin

          Wow, I just read that Miller might lose his leg. What a terrible injury.

          • Frank Rodela

            Latest I’ve read is they were able to save the leg and there is no more concern of losing it at this point

          • Merlin

            Good to hear. Hate to see that happen to a player.

        • PaulFromNorthMo

          That was one of the ugliest injuries I’ve ever seen.

      • ladner morse

        None more buttery than Harris’ hands…. I’d love to see Ebron in Andy’s 3TE sets. Could do some damage. In fact, the 3 TEs the Chiefs have need to make their mark tonight and if they do it will go a long ways towards a W in the win column.

        • tm1946

          Right player in correct system?

  • berttheclock

    Laddie, you metaphor about circling the wagons seems a bit odd. Having watched a slew of westerns, I don’t recall seeing any Chiefs being anywhere in the attack except the outside of those Conestogas.

    • berttheclock

      Speaking of which, why can one only find Conestogas in Oregon City at the end of the Oregon Trail, but, none in Westport near the beginning of said trail?

      • berttheclock

        Then, of course cholera begin to kill as the waters of the Kaw and other Kansas rivers was very dirty and that was long before Proctor & Gamble began spewing suds into the Kaw.

      • PaulFromNorthMo

        It might be that the Oregon Trail was for the most part a one way excursion. Wagons East was kind of a funny movie, but I’m not sure of the historical accuracy.

      • ladner morse

        Makes me go hmm. That’s a good question, really.

        • tm1946

          Would have to close bars in Westport to store wagon parts. Then when they completed US 36, found cars make the trip easier…. as if any real people went to Oregon anyway…..except for Bert.

          • ladner morse

            LOL…. made me laugh out loud…..

          • I think that there was one somewhere in the westport area. It was a “Statue”. Can’t recall where.

    • ladner morse

      I thought about that later when my piece was done. How many times do you see Indians circling WAGONS as opposed to being circled. Oh well, can’t win em all. hehe

      • Frank Rodela

        It was not the Indians that circled the wagons, rather the pioneers would circle their own wagons to protect women/children/entire life that are stored in said wagons

        • PaulFromNorthMo

          According to the Westerns, once the settlers circled the wagons, the Indians rode in a circle round the wagons so the pioneers could have target practice with their Henry repeaters. As I recall, the movie director always had the Indians circling counterclockwise, I assume so they could shoot their bow and arrows right handed. Can you imagine the chaos if several of the native Americans were left handed?

          • Frank Rodela

            Don’t be a weirdo lefty and you don’t have to worry about it lol

          • Homer Dave

            yeah, ‘cuz could you imagine the settlers trying to settle the West with blunderbusses?

          • PaulFromNorthMo

            If they didn’t shoot any better in real life that in the movies, a scattergun would have served them better.

  • Frank Rodela

    Steven Nelson active for tonight’s game

    • Homer Dave

      let’s hope he’s 100% and hits the ground running. Nelson won’t answer all the questions, but he IS part of the solution if he’s healthy.

    • Chiefly Bacon

      That’s fantastic news.

  • berttheclock

    The confusion over the return of “Lord” Nelson has to do with how one looks at the number eight. He was placed on IR on September 3rd, a Saturday. So, there have been 8 weeks since then. The confusing part is the game tonight will be during Week 8 of the season. Week One began a week and one day after his being placed on IR.

    Players on the short term IR have to be on that list for 8 weeks following being placed upon it.

    We, now, return you to your supposedly non-confused state.

  • Chiefly Bacon

    Off topic, but it might help pass the time. What are your top three draft needs for the Chiefs next year? Currently, mine are
    1.ILB
    2.CB
    3.OLB

    • Homer Dave

      ILB, OLB, TE, CB

      • Homer Dave

        with a very heavy dose of Safety if the getting is good without breaking the bank

        • Chiefly Bacon

          I feel like S is a position you can sometimes target late with good success.

          • ladner morse

            Probably pick up one in FA but they need to keep them once they find them.

          • Chiefly Bacon

            Whoever they get, I’d really like to see a bigger S who can compete with Sorenson for the nick LB spot.

          • Homer Dave

            Sorenson with Berry over the top was just fine. To the tune of that he was in on over 50% of the turnovers and fumble recoveries last season. Sorenson is just fine, imho, it’s just that neither Parker of Sorenson is Eric Berry is all.

          • Homer Dave

            I’ve been going back on forth on this one lately. On one hand, a shutdown CB allows SS/FSs to free range and possibly ballhawk over the middle but then I begin to think that the only reason there are actually shutdown CBs is due to ballhawing SS/FSs. I’m just so darn confused.

      • Chiefly Bacon

        I would really love to see Chiefs snag Wisconsin TE Troy Fumagalli. He fits the necessary criteria of having an unpronounceable name (maybe the Chiefs hate the announcers as much as we do), but he’s also an excellent receiver and run blocker.

        • Homer Dave

          gonna take your word on this one until I find some time, I have not been able to catch a single college game this last couple years.

          • Chiefly Bacon

            I don’t watch a lot of college ball. Games are usually too lopsided to be interesting, but I will sometimes watch if it’s two good teams, or a player that’s on my radar for the draft is involved.

          • Homer Dave

            hehe, and that’s why I rely on your reconnaissance to give me something to work off of every off-season.

    • ladner morse

      1. CB
      2. S
      3. ILB
      4. OG

      • Chiefly Bacon

        I really was tempted to put S high on my list, but I think Sorenson and Parker bounce back from last week and Murray should continue with more reps. He’s still learning the position. Berry is fantastic of course. That said, this year, Chiefs could use some safety help. They should call the Cardinals and offer a 7th round pick for Tyvon Branch who is in the final year of his contract.

        • Homer Dave

          Branch should never have been let go if the monies allowed, unfortunately at the time they did not.

    • ILB, OLB, CB, (OL is 4th). I think we have Berry back, so we should buy a vowel = SS unless that guy should be avail. in the top 3 picks. Oops. We lost a few picks. We should make a trade here but we have to give somethinng to get that starter ie, opposite Houston, or, opposite Peters, I think we must draft to replace DJ. Some loved players have to go to free up cap space. We need every year to find the right offensive lineman to draft. We go from there. Veach has got to get the first 3 picks who fit and can immediately contribute. Which is, where a lot of probs would have been solved in the 2017 draft, if not trading up to Get Patrick.

      • Homer Dave

        A 91st, in the draft, that is all that was given up for Mahomes in the 2017 draft unless you really want to pick at hairs and say the 27th and then I will simply retort that you do not get 1st round QB talent with the 27th pick unless by luck.

        And by the by: Fisher, Ford, Peters, Mahomes are the kinda-current regimes’ 1st round picks…1 took 5 years to be okay, the second sucks, the 3rd is a prima-donna and the 4th is being groomed. KC puts zero emphasis on 1st rounders performing awesome-like year one so what makes anyone think that those two 1st round draft picks would make a bit of difference in the immediate future?

        • PaulFromNorthMo

          Peters may be a bit of a prima donna (why is it when someone uses that expression I always think of a ballerina?) but he did have an immediate impact as a rookie.

    • tm1946

      We have a limited # of picks next year…. if coming off a SB appearance, I am good with it. Also need to re-sign some starters and cap space for free agents. Veach will have a tough job after the season ends.

      • Chiefly Bacon

        Cap space is easy to create if you have the stomach for it. Chiefs can save 32m against the cap by cutting/trading DJ Hali and Smith. If you want to keep DJ, you could cut Ford instead for pretty much the same money.

        • Homer Dave

          Paul started a petition to boot Ford out….is has, like….2 signatures now or something but it’s gaining steam.

          • tm1946

            Favor letting him finish his contract and bye. Where do I sign up? If he stays, his pay day will be huge.

        • berttheclock

          or Mahomes II and Hali?

          • Homer Dave

            see!? now you’re thinking….PM2 @ 3.7, Hali @ 8.58, Johnson @ 10.2, Bailey @ 6…oh, wait, that was just salaried monies for 18, not the savings versus the dead cap

        • tm1946

          Nothing to do with tonites game but these cut would be tough. Consider cut Hali, DJ, maybe Ford and we have no bodies to replace them. Oh, we have guys but I am not sleeping well dreaming of them starting in 2018. Then if we lose Alex, Mahomes is the starting QB in 2018…. how many loses will that account for? Not doom and gloom, what fun will we have with the old vets gone and the unknown staring?

        • tm1946

          Sorry late thought – are you ready for Mahomes to be the starting QB for the KC Chiefs…. one year on the bench and starting? (not me, if case you wondered)

          • Chiefly Bacon

            I’m pretty much ready. As I’ve pointed out before, Reid hasn’t spent a first round pick on a QB since McNabb. If the Chiefs scouting dept. and Reid felt strongly enough about Mahomes to move up and get him, I trust they made the right call, until I see evidence to the contrary. Mahomes looked really good in preseason, expect him to be even better next year, but I can understand some trepidation amongst fans about a new QB. That’s rarely been a good thing for KC, but that’s also because the team hasn’t drafted a QB in the first for a long time.

          • tm1946

            When you are right you are correct…. only, this is the Chiefs time. We do not seem built to be a reloading kind of team. raiders seem poised to move up, Chargers and broncos are still dangerous and if we throw a rookie QB into the mix…. well he better play like Lenny Dawson because it could be ugly in 2018.

            Take the raiders, their QB is a media darling but not all that effective during games…. now picture Mahomes out there with the AFC West defense licking their chops.

  • Homer Dave

    okay, this is interesting…..wonder what they do with Fulton, Witz, and lower case erving if Morse is starting?

  • Homer Dave

    Houston and Nelson are both active…this is a good thing. Could anyone imagine Ford and Zombo starting on the edges?

    • Chiefly Bacon

      Sadly, I haven’t had to imagine this, we’ve seen it a time or two.

      • tm1946

        One time to many.

  • Homer Dave

    this makes me sad, I was hoping to see DD go all DD on Sanders punk arse.

    Inactive Donkeys:Emmanuel Sanders😂😂😂Todd DavisPaxton LynchDonald Stephenson 😥😥😥DeMarcus WalkerDe'Angelo HendersonLorenzo Doss— Chiefsatwar (@Chiefsatwar) October 30, 2017

    • Chiefs-Kings-A’s

      No Sanders is huge

      • Homer Dave

        don’t know, never been to same gym.

        • Chiefs-Kings-A’s

          Whah whaaaaaaah!!
          Ok…..it was a little funny–lol

          • Homer Dave

            I’m a few drinks in…gimme a little leeway here buddy.

          • Chiefs-Kings-A’s

            Lol….👍🏻

  • Homer Dave

    Hahaha, I LUVS this….

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    • ladner morse

      I LOVE IT!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

  • Homer Dave

    ugh….

    #Broncos RB Jamaal Charles enters Arrowhead Stadium and I shot slo-mo, because I care about my followers. @SportsDailyKC @KCStar pic.twitter.com/81uH1Xqpng— David Eulitt (@davidphotokc) October 30, 2017

  • berttheclock

    When Louis Riddick thinks about the Chiefs, he thinks big. During a sideline discussion at Arrowhead, they were talking about 2 teams being interested in Megatron. Riddick did not say the Chiefs were one of them, but, he said Johnson may want to play for a contender and he said how great it would be for Andy Reid to have Hill, Kelce and Megatron going out for passes.

  • Chiefs-Kings-A’s

    Pregame all about how the Broncos can beat the Chiefs…..very little visa versa. SMH

    • Homer Dave

      yeah, that makes me sad, so, sad

    • Chiefly Bacon

      This is why we draft guys with too many consonants in their names. Talk crap about us? Fine, we’ll draft every foreign exchange student who’s half-way decent, suck on that ESPN!

  • ladner morse
  • Chiefs-Kings-A’s

    Is this tonight’s thread?

    • ladner morse

      No.

      That is.