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Chiefs prepared to defend 9-0 record on the field

Chiefs prepared to defend 9-0 record on the field

kansascity.com Updated Nov 5, 2013
In the NFL, things get settled on the field, which is why quarterback Alex Smith and other Chiefs players and coaches don't see much use in getting worked up in public by the perception that their league-leading 9-0 record is house-of-cards thin, built …
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  • Chiefs activate Sanders Commings from injured reserve

    Chiefs activate Sanders Commings from injured reserve

    The Chiefs have a date with the Broncos after their bye in Week 10 and they’ll have a different look in the secondary when they get there. The team announced Tuesday that they have activated defensive back Sanders Commings off of injured reserve. Commin…
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  • Reid says calling Alex Smith a “game manager” is a compliment

    Reid says calling Alex Smith a “game manager” is a compliment

    profootballtalk.com Nov 5, 2013
    Last month, Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith said he doesn’t know what the term “game manager” means. (So much for that Utah education.) On Monday, Chiefs coach Andy Reid suggested that, if Smith knew what the term means, he’d be proud. “I think it’s a tri…
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  • Analysis: In the N.F.L., Even the Strong Have Weaknesses

    Analysis: In the N.F.L., Even the Strong Have Weaknesses

    nytimes.com Nov 5, 2013
    After nine weeks, 25 teams have lost at least three games. The other seven teams are the top contenders for the Super Bowl, but each has an Achilles’ heel to hide.
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  • Video - Who Wins The AFC West? 03:05

    Who Wins The AFC West?

    Nov 5
    Which team is poised to take the AFC West title, the Broncos or the Chiefs? John Brickley and Tim Hasselbeck break it down.

Sports Columnists

  • John Clayton's mailbag -- Offensive line depth lacking

    Nov 5
    Clayton's mailbag: The league needs to address its offensive line shortage, a growing problem.
  • Don Banks: NFL Midseason Report: 2013

    Nov 5
    We're a stickler about these things, but Week 9 concluding means 133 of the NFL's 256 regular-season games (52 percent) are history, giving us a suitable spot to stop and reflect on the first half of 2013. You know the drill. Midseason review time. ...
  • Hot Read: 10 bold midseason predictions

    Nov 5
    Jeffri Chadiha: Here's what you can expect in final eight weeks of the season.
  • Buzz That Was: Queasy feeling in Green Bay

    Nov 5
    Three more weeks without Aaron Rodgers? That prospect likely had Packers fans calling in sick this morning after they watched Seneca Wallace lose the battle of the backup QBs to the Bears on Monday Night Football.