Chiefs vs. Jets: Numbers 2 Consider

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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       I am not in the mood to write some in depth analytical piece. Nor am I in the mood to write about the dumpster fire we have been watching the last 7 games. Instead, I thought I would write about a couple of aspects of this last game that stood out to me. They are good, bad, and for consideration. You decide which applies to them.   The numbers we need to consider are, in no particular order, 17:11, 3, 13-20, and 8      …

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R-E-L-A-X: Don’t Do It!

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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     From shortly after kickoff, I had an awful feeling. It was part reflection on prior games versus the Steelers and part realization of statistics. I was feeling like this was the week we lose. It was some combination of us winning 5 in a row with the dominance of Pittsburgh over us. I had concerns.   I watched the first half and was disgusted with our offense and defense. Offensively, we had nothing going. Defensively, we couldn’t stop Bell or Brown. This was so offensive because…

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We Knew This Would Happen Sooner or Later

Follow @arrowhead_one       Last week, I said football is only fun when you’re winning. I did NOT have any fun yesterday. I drank too much, I ate too much and the Chiefs didn’t do enough.   I hate the Pittsburgh Steelers. Outside of the Denver Broncos and the Oakland Raiders, they are probably the team I like the least in the entire league. I don’t like their rapey quarterback. I don’t like their drug-using running back. I don’t like their prima-donna wide receiver. I don’t like their head-hunting…

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The Kansas City Chiefs: Are They the Best in the NFL?

Follow @arrowhead_one       Is this the best version of the Kansas City Chiefs we have ever seen? Last night, I was at my neighbor’s house watching the game and there was another mutual friend over. He is a Green Bay Packers fan, and thus an unbiased party. His comment was: “The Chiefs have always had a really good offense but a bad defense. Or, they have always had a really good defense but not offense. For the first time, I think they have found the right mix.”  …

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A Wild Weekend in NFL and What it Means for the Kansas City Chiefs

Follow @arrowhead_one       Wow. That’s pretty much all I can say to sum up the slate of games we were treated to in the NFL over the fourth week. Whether it was the San Diego Chargers losing another close one… to the Oakland Raiders quarterback going out of the game with a significant back injury, with the silver and black subsequently dropping a game for the second week in a row, this time to the Denver Broncos… it was a crazy weekend across the NFL.   Here is…

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The Kansas City Chiefs: Finding a Different Way to Win

Follow @arrowhead_one       While the first week of NFL action brought Kansas City Chiefs fans a high-powered, offensive clinic, the second week was a bit different. Instead of the up-and-down the field offensive action we all witnessed on the NFL’s opening night, the Chiefs found themselves involved in a defensive slugfest with the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday afternoon.   As with the Thursday night tilt against the Patriots, I was joined for this game by neighbors who brought homemade breaded chicken bites with them as their offering to the…

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Anatomy of a Touchdown Week One: Alex Smith Goes Deep to Tyreek Hill

Follow @arrowhead_one       It’s a whole new season of Kansas City Chiefs football, and while there are some new players on the team this year, many of the faces remained the same. One budding bromance that just got started last year was the Alex Smith to Tyreek Hill connection. That quarterback/receiver combo continued into training camp, as we were treated to many tweets and stories from St. Joe about how Smith loved going deep to his speedy receiver.   But alas, if the past few seasons were any…

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