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Five Reasons The Kansas City Chiefs Beat Themselves; Cue Yakety Sax
A football fan would describe the 23-20 overtime loss to the Raiders an exciting game to watch.  A lot of key plays were made by both teams in clutch situations, the lead went back and forth from the opening minutes, and the home field advantage was in full-effect with the first sell-out in the 'black hole' in 12 games.

What the scoreboard doesn't tell you is how undisciplined both teams pla...
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Kansas City Chiefs Alex Magee Traded To The Bucs
Chiefs' General Manager and supposed dynasty recruiter Scott Pioli, has traded one of his first draft picks after only one year.

Alex Magee, DE, 3rd-round draft pick (Chiefs 2nd overall in 2009) out of Purdue has been traded to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers for an undisclosed draft pick.  This according to the Kansas City Star.

Magee has been been a disappointment from the start only recording a...
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NFL's Biggest Surprise: Kansas City Chiefs
After a 31-10 beating the Chiefs offered the 49ers, it shouldn't be the 3-0 record that has people most surprised about the Chiefs, it should be the way they won each of their first three games.

The first victory was over the division favorite San Diego chargers in the middle of a monsoon.  The weather was ugly, the game was ugly, and the Chiefs win was even uglier.  The passing game wa...
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Chiefs Over Chargers: Rookies Seal The Deal
Last night's Chiefs win in a swamp was much more than a mere check-mark in the win column, it was as important of a win for the organization as it was for Houston over Indianapolis on Sunday.

The Chargers have owned the AFC West for the better part of a decade.  Last night's Monday Night Football win showed a national audience that we can compete with the Chargers, but more importantly it sh...
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Eric Berry Signs With Chiefs For Six Years
According to the Chiefs first round pick, Eric Berry and fifth overall pick in the 2010 NFL draft, "the deals done" via his twitter page.

The deal is said to make Berry the highest paid safety in NFL history, with a six-year deal, $60 million max contract.  $34 million will be guaranteed according to NFL.com's Jason LaCanfora.

Berry is now on his way to St. Joseph to join the rest of the te...
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Chiefs Sign Dexter McCluster
Two days away from the training camp and the Chiefs have signed five of the seven draft picks. 

The latest draftees to sign were both second round picks, cornerback Javier Arenas and receiver/returner/running back/utility man Dexter McCluster. 

McCluster should bring an added dimension to the Chiefs offense, similar to Reggie Bush's role in the Saints offense.   First year ...
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