• NFL Playoff Preview: How can Chiefs outplay Colts following Week 16 blowout?

    Summary of 23 articles · Updated Jan 4, 2014
    The Chiefs have much to clean up from their last game with the Colts. The Chiefs still scored a franchise record for points in a playoff game without him. One reason why the Indianapolis Colts were able to storm the Arrowhead castle two weeks ago and beat the Kansas City Chiefs was because of defensive pressure. Kansas City running back Jamaal Charles finished the regular season as the NFL's third-leading rusher, topping the AFC with 1,287 yards despite sitting out last week's season finale against the Ch...
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    • Rapid Reaction: Kansas City Chiefs

      INDIANAPOLIS -- A few thoughts on the Kansas City Chiefs' 45-44 loss to the Indianapolis Colts: What it means: The 2013 Chiefs are among history's most infamous playoff teams. The Chiefs led 38-10 early in the third quarter before an epic collapse. The …
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    • Dominant performance by offense gives Chiefs 31-10 halftime lead

      Led by a spectacular performance by quarterback Alex Smith and their offense, the Chiefs built a 31-10 halftime lead in Saturday’s wild-card game at Indianapolis. Despite playing without star tailback Jamaal Charles for much of the first half, the Chief…
    • Halftime report: Chiefs 31, Colts 10

      It's halftime at Lucas Oil Stadium, and the Chiefs lead the Colts 31-10. Here are some quick observations.
    • Chiefs’ offense off to hot start in Indianapolis

      The Chiefs’ offense is rolling in Indianapolis. Donnie Avery’s 79-yard TD reception from Alex Smith has given the Colts a 17-7 early second-quarter lead in Saturday’s wild-card meeting. Smith has completed 7-of-13 passes for 176 yards and a pair of scor…
    • Colts stage monster comeback to stun Chiefs

      After trailing by 28 points, Andrew Luck and the Colts staged an inspired comeback to take out the stunned Chiefs, 45-44.
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    • Live blog: Chiefs at Colts

      Join our ESPN.com NFL experts for playoff football as the Kansas City Chiefs take on the Indianapolis Colts on wild-card weekend. Contribute your thoughts and questions beginning at 4:30 p.m. ET. See you there.
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    • NFL Wild Card Saturday 2014: What to watch

      The NFL playoffs are finally upon us. Here are six things to watch -- three for each of Saturday's wild card games -- as the postseason battles begin.
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    • The Chiefs' playoff history

      Here's a rundown of the Chiefs' previous playoff appearances:
    • Chiefs know they must improve tackling against Colts

      Missed tackles turned out to be a major theme of the Chiefs' 23-7 loss to the Colts two weeks ago. The Chiefs missed a season-high 17 against the Colts, according to Pro Football Focus, five more than in any other game and 11 more than their season aver…
    • Chiefs bring happy playoff memories for Colts fans

      Ask players about a preferred playoff opponent and they'll give you the pat answer. Most are just happy to be playing anybody.
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    • Kansas City Chiefs might need to shuffle offensive line as they prepare again for Colts

      One reason why the Indianapolis Colts were able to storm the Arrowhead castle two weeks ago and beat the Kansas City Chiefs was because of defensive pressure. The Colts registered five sacks, three tackles for losses and an additional quarterback hit ag…
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  • Chiefs' defense left in the dust by speedy Colts

    Given the way the Colts' offense had revved up in the second half, it wasn't hard to imagine the Chiefs' pass defense snapping at the most inopportune time -- and that's exactly what happened, courtesy of (rather ironically) a seam route.
  • Chiefs Blitz: The good, the bad and the ugly from the loss to the Colts

    Terez A. Paylor breaks down the stunning loss to the Colts.
  • Colts 45, Chiefs 44: Overwhelmed Early, Colts Overcome Chiefs With Huge Comeback

    The Colts trailed, 38-10, early in the third quarter but stormed back behind Andrew Luck, who threw for 443 yards and 4 scores, to beat the Chiefs in an A.F.C. wild-card game.
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    • Indianapolis Colts and Andrew Luck with a comeback for the ages to beat the Chiefs

      When the Kansas City Chiefs scored 1:21 into the second half, they led 38-10 and there was nothing about the NFL's playoff opener that indicated it would become a classic.Hope you stuck around.The Colts came back from 28 points down in a thriller that h…
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  • Colts edging closer vs. Chiefs

    In a span of about six minutes, the Colts cut a 28-point deficit to 14. Donald Brown’s three-yard TD catch narrowed the Chiefs’ lead to 38-24 midway through the third quarter in Saturday’s wild-card matchup in Indianapolis. Brown’s touchdown came five p…
  • Colts draw to within 24-10 vs. Chiefs

    With their defense struggling mightily in Saturday’s wild-card game, the Colts’ offense will need to be on top of its game for Indianapolis to mount a comeback against visiting Kansas City. Well, the Colts have chipped away a little bit at the Chiefs’ b…
  • Chiefs now favored over Colts

    In the first wild-card game of the weekend, the home team is now a slight underdog. According to multiple websites monitoring point spreads at Nevada sports books, the Chiefs are favored by 1-to-2.5 points as of early Saturday afternoon. The Colts opene…

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