• Chiefs not allowing Titans much breathing room

    Summary of 21 articles · Updated Oct 7, 2013
    • Upon Further Review: Titans Week 5

      An examination of four hot issues from the Tennessee Titans' 26-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs: Figure out the run: The Titans look to me to have more talent on their offensive line than the Chiefs. Chris Johnson has a similar skill set to Jamaal Cha…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Upon Further Review: Chiefs Week 5

      An examination of four hot issues from the Chiefs’ 26-17 win over the Titans: Don’t hit the QB: The Chiefs received a huge break on their go-ahead touchdown drive in the fourth quarter when the Titans were penalized for a late hit against quarterback Al…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Once again, Chiefs turn to their defense for the win

      The Chiefs led by three with about six minutes left, a wild game with a thousand plays that could've turned the whole thing either way. Once again, the Chiefs pushed and twisted and worked a game into a place where it would be decided by defense.
    • Chiefs report card vs. Titans

      Key play: The Chiefs received a break when a Dustin Colquitt punt bounced off the turf and off receiver Damian Williams' leg. The ball went toward the end zone, where Marcus Cooper recovered it for a touchdown.
    • Fourth quarter is again the Chiefs' domain

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Just as the postgame celebration was in full swing in the Kansas City Chiefs’ locker room, it hit a momentary lull. Guard Jeff Allen punctuated the brief silence by saying, to no one in particular, “We own the fourth quarter.’’ Nobod…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs keep Titans' star runner, Chris Johnson, in check

      On Sunday, despite facing a Chiefs defense that had allowed the ninth-most rushing yards per game in the league, the sixth-year pro ― who has rushed for over 1,000 in each of his first five seasons ― finished with only 17 yards on ten carries, his lowes…
    • Chiefs pull off some long passes

      Through the first four games, the Chiefs hadn't pushed the ball downfield much in the passing game, especially not early in the game. That changed in the first half of a 26-17 win against the Titans on Sunday at LP Field.
    • Titans' O-line not close to its billing

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. – In late July, Mike Munchak wasn't talking about all the time the Tennessee Titans would need for their revamped offensive line to jell. He was not talking about the things the Titans needed to do to build Chris Johnson's yards per car…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Locker Room Buzz: Kansas City Chiefs

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Observed in the locker room after the Kansas City Chiefs' 26-17 win over the Tennessee Titans: One of the last unbeatens: At the time their game concluded, the Chiefs were one of just two 5-0 teams, the New Orleans Saints being the o…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Locker Room Buzz: Tennessee Titans

      NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Observed in the locker room after the Tennessee Titans' 26-17 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs at LP Field: Expectations: Last week’s locker room was somber after a win because of Jake Locker's injury. This week’s was sober because the…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs move to 5-0 for first time since 2003, might be unbeaten by time they face Broncos

      Have you looked at the Kansas City Chiefs' schedule of late? Following their see-saw 26-17 victory over the Tennessee Titans that moved the Chiefs to 5-0, heights they have not seen in a decade, their next four opponents are as follows: • Week 6: vs. Oa…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Chiefs need rally vs. Titans to stay perfect

      Jamaal Charles scored a 1-yard touchdown with 6:23 left, and the Kansas City Chiefs kept up their perfect start after rallying to beat the Tennessee Titans 26-17 on Sunday.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Chiefs storm back in 26-17 win over Titans, remain unbeaten

      The Chiefs found themselves behind in the fourth quarter for the first time Sunday against the Titans at LP Field. That made a 10-play, 66-yard touchdown march ever more critical as the Chiefs improved to 5-0 under coach Andy Reid with a 26-17 come-from…
    • Chiefs move to 5-0, beat Titans

      The unlikeliest team to start 5-0? That would be the Chiefs, who dispatched the upstart Titans on the road.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • Chiefs stay perfect with 26-17 win over the Titans

      It wasn’t pretty, but for the fifth time this year, it worked. The Chiefs stayed perfect with a 26-17 win over the Titans, improving to 5-0. They did it with defense and special teams, shutting the Titans down in the first half, and hanging on late. The…
    • Chiefs lose lead, Donnie Avery in third quarter

      The undefeated Chiefs have a number of problems at the moment. Not only are they now trailing, but they’re without their main deep threat. The Titans have scored 17 unanswered points in the third quarter to go up 17-13, with Ryan Fitzpatrick running for…
    • Halftime report: Chiefs lead Titans 13-0

      It's halftime at LP Field, and the Chiefs lead the Titans 13-0. Here are three quick observations from the first half.
  • Titans finally commit a turnover, trail Chiefs 7-0

    The Titans, somewhat surprisingly, hadn’t committed a turnover all season. That streak is now over, and it led directly to an early deficit against the Chiefs. The Titans failed to cleanly field a punt, as it bounced off Damian Williams, and the Chiefs …

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Chiefs move to 5-0 for first time since 2003, might be unbeaten…
Chiefs not allowing Titans much breathing room
Upon Further Review: Titans Week 5
Once again, Chiefs turn to their defense for the win
Fourth quarter is again the Chiefs' domain
Chiefs keep Titans' star runner, Chris Johnson, in check
Chiefs pull off some long passes
Chiefs need rally vs. Titans to stay perfect
Chiefs storm back in 26-17 win over Titans, remain unbeaten
Chiefs stay perfect with 26-17 win over the Titans
Chiefs lose lead, Donnie Avery in third quarter
Halftime report: Chiefs lead Titans 13-0
Titans finally commit a turnover, trail Chiefs 7-0