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Bill Belichick Really Just Wants To Talk About Cincinnati

Bill Belichick Really Just Wants To Talk About Cincinnati

deadspin.com profootballtalk.com Updated 3 hours ago
Bill Belichick was in excellent press-conference form two days after the Chiefs demolished the Patriots. Reporters kept asking him about the Patriots' roster, Tom Brady's age, and concerns for the team's current state. Belichick wasn't interesting in ta…
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  • Don't expect a Smith-Harbaugh hug Sunday

    Don't expect a Smith-Harbaugh hug Sunday

    ESPN.com 2 hours ago
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Don't expect Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith and San Francisco 49ers coach Jim Harbaugh to exchange pleasantries before the teams meet on Sunday in San Francisco. "We definitely have that kind of relationship," Ha…
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  • Expect Alex Smith to play well in return to San Francisco

    Expect Alex Smith to play well in return to San Francisco

    ESPN.com 3 hours ago
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Alex Smith is wise enough to know he won’t get any satisfaction from his return to the Bay Area this weekend if the Kansas City Chiefs don’t beat the San Francisco 49ers. It doesn’t matter how well Smith plays or whether he outshines…
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  • Big Monday night makes Jamaal Charles the AFC offensive player …

    Big Monday night makes Jamaal Charles the AFC offensive player of the week

    profootballtalk.com 7 hours ago
    The Chiefs were able to beat the Dolphins in Week Three despite the absence of running back Jamaal Charles. Charles came back in a major way on Monday night. He ran for 92 yards and a touchdown and caught two other touchdown passes as the Chiefs overwhe…
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  • Josh McDaniels confident Patriots offense can get going

    Josh McDaniels confident Patriots offense can get going

    profootballtalk.com 10 hours ago
    Concern about the state of the offense in New England rose steadily during the first month of the season and peaked during Monday night’s thumping at the hands of the Chiefs. A leaky offensive line, an unimpressive group of wide receivers and a poor fou…
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  • What to do about Donald Stephenson?

    What to do about Donald Stephenson?

    ESPN.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Given the way the offensive line played earlier in the season, the Kansas City Chiefs couldn’t get Donald Stephenson back in their lineup fast enough. Stephenson, the starting right tackle, was suspended by the NFL for the first four…
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  • N.F.L. Says Penalty on Husain Abdullah, Chiefs’ Praying Player,…

    N.F.L. Says Penalty on Husain Abdullah, Chiefs’ Praying Player, Was a Mistake

    The league said on Tuesday that Abdullah, a Muslim, should not have been flagged when he went to the “ground for religious reasons” after a touchdown.
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  • The Film Don't Lie: Chiefs

    The Film Don't Lie: Chiefs

    ESPN.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    A weekly look at what the Kansas City Chiefs must fix: A two-play sequence from Monday night’s game shows a defensive problem for the Kansas City Chiefs and how they can correct it in next week’s game against the San Francisco 49ers. The Chiefs are play…
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  • Chiefs Fan Celebrates By Faux-Face-Fucking Nearby Patriots Fan

    Chiefs Fan Celebrates By Faux-Face-Fucking Nearby Patriots Fan

    deadspin.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    As the Chiefs drubbed the Patriots last night, Grant Hinkle, a poker player and Kansas City fan, rubbed it in the face of a Pats fan sitting next to him. He had a series of celebrations planned out.Read more...
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  • Tuesday morning one-liners

    Tuesday morning one-liners

    profootballtalk.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    Bills RB Fred Jackson said he stands behind coach Doug Marrone’s decision to bench QB EJ Manuel. The Dolphins are still looking for consistency. Said Patriots DT Vince Wilfork of Monday’s loss to the Chiefs, “We took one on the chin. They beat us like w…
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  • Brady snubs Garoppolo after touchdown drive

    Brady snubs Garoppolo after touchdown drive

    profootballtalk.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    Tom is getting upset. The man who said he’ll retire when he sucks but who didn’t retire immediately after Monday night’s suck-filled loss to the Chiefs wasn’t ready to embrace the man who replaced Brady following a pick-six that pushed the score of last…
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  • Arrowhead Stadium takes back its noise record

    Arrowhead Stadium takes back its noise record

    profootballtalk.com ESPN.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    The Seahawks and Chiefs are no longer division rivals, but they do keep going back and forth at each other. Via Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs took back the record for loudest outdoor stadium during last night’s thrashing of the Patrio…
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  • Chiefs Offense Hums in 41-14 Rout of Patriots

    Chiefs Offense Hums in 41-14 Rout of Patriots

    nytimes.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    Perhaps the Kansas City Chiefs gave their neighbors across the parking lot a little bit of inspiration with their impassioned performance against New England.
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  • Jamaal Charles-Knile Davis rotation is effective for Chiefs

    Jamaal Charles-Knile Davis rotation is effective for Chiefs

    ESPN.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Andy Reid started rattling off the things the Kansas City Chiefs did well in their Monday night thrashing of the New England Patriots and didn't really know where to stop. There were that many things the Chiefs did well in their 41-1…
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  • Andy Reid fired up about decibel levels

    Andy Reid fired up about decibel levels

    ESPN.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Observed and heard in the locker room after the Kansas City Chiefs' 41-14 victory over New England: Chiefs coach Andy Reid sounded almost as pleased the fans set the world record for crowd noise as he was about the victory: “I never …
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  • Charles Scores Three as Chiefs Crush Patriots

    Charles Scores Three as Chiefs Crush Patriots

    nytimes.com Sep 30 (yesterday)
    Alex Smith completely outplayed three-times Super Bowl winning quarterback Tom Brady while Jamaal Charles grabbed three touchdowns as the Kansas City Chiefs hammered the New England Patriots 41-14 on Monday.
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  • Video - Jovan Belcher:  Signs Of Brain Disease? 02:24

    Jovan Belcher: Signs Of Brain Disease?

    Sep 30
    A medical report, obtained by "Outside the Lines," shows that the brain of former Chiefs LB Jovan Belcher -- who fatally shot his girlfriend before killing himself -- had signs consistent with CTE, a brain disease triggered by repeated head trauma.
  • Video - NFL Admits Mistake With Abdullah Penalty 00:20

    NFL Admits Mistake With Abdullah Penalty

    Sep 30
    Chiefs safety Husain Abdullah explains why he received a 15-yard unsportsmanlike penalty after dropping to his knees and bowing in prayer following a 39-yard interception return for a touchdown, which the NFL has since said should not have been a pen
  • Video - Chiefs Should Not Fear The Road 01:04

    Chiefs Should Not Fear The Road

    Sep 30
    ESPN Chiefs reporter Adam Teicher talks about the upcoming road games at the 49ers and Chargers and staying in the playoff conversation long-term.
  • Video - Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith: 'Momentum is a crazy thing' 00:40

    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith: 'Momentum is a crazy thing'

    Sep 30
    Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith talks about the team's second big win.

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