• Chiefs take 17-14 lead at halftime

    Summary of 5 articles · Updated Dec 2, 2012
    The Chiefs scored on the first possession of the game, and in the last second of the half, and took a 17-14 lead over the Panthers at the break. But the Chiefs decided they wanted to play. The Chiefs, who led the NFL in turnovers with 32, did not turn the ball over for the first time all year. The Chiefs defense was decimated as they lost starting cornerback Brandon Flowers and linebacker Derrick Johnson to hamstring injuries. Carolina quarterback Cam Newton, who had been relatively quiet in the first three quarters of the game, came alive at the end of the third period and sparked the Panthers to a touchdown, drawing them to within 24-21 with 13:21 left in regulation.
  • Chiefs get second win, a moment’s relief

    Nothing that happened on the field is going to comfort the Chiefs. But for a moment, this will help. A day after one of their own committed murder and then suicide, the Chiefs held on for a 27-21 win over the Panthers. The Chiefs played a clean game fro…
    • Wrap-up: Chiefs 27, Panthers 21

      A look at an emotional win for the Kansas City Chiefs. What it means: Oh, it means so much. This has to be one of the most memorable, emotional days in franchise history. The Chiefs won their second game of the season, just a day after a horrific traged…
      Source: ESPN.com
  • Emotionally charged Chiefs defeat Carolina on a surreal Sunday

    The Chiefs played a perfect game on a surreal Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.
  • Why It's OK For The Chiefs To Play A Game Today

    On its face, the idea of Romeo Crennel having to coach a football game mere hours after witnessing his own player, Jovan Belcher, commit suicide seems petty and dickish and greedy and lazy and stupid. I know that was my first thought yesterday when the …
    Source: deadspin.com

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