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16 Best Memes of the NFL Wild Card Playoff Weekend

Posted on 8 Jan, 2018, by in NFL

The NFL wild card playoff weekend might have been filled with mediocre football, but it gave us plenty of hilarious memes. More

22 Best Memes of Tom Brady & the New England Patriots Beating the Kansas City Chiefs

Posted on 17 Jan, 2016, by in NFL

The rather predictable playoff clash between the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs gave birth to a few memes: The Alex Smith face making fun of him and his team, Andy Reid and his terrible, slow play calling, Tom Brady being the master of the universe and Bill Belichick picking his nose. More

NFL Rumors – Detroit Lions & Kansas City Chiefs Reaching the Point of No Return

Posted on 12 Oct, 2015, by in NFL

Both the Kansas City Chiefs (1-4) and Detroit Lions (0-5) didn’t expect the season to start like this. But with nine consecutive losses between them, it’s no longer just a matter of making the playoffs or not. It’s now a case of two head coaches, Andy Reid and Jim Caldwell, possibly coaching for their jobs if things continue to deteriorate, while questions about quarterbacks Alex Smith and Matthew Stafford need to be asked. More

Kansas City Chiefs – Alex Smith Continues the Unimpressive Undefeated March

Posted on 28 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

Despite being 8-0, very few people consider the Kansas City Chiefs to actually be the best team in the NFL. However, some numbers are hard to argue with, and getting a mistake-free performance from Alex Smith is always a reason to pop a champagne bottle or two, especially while doing it without any special help from the defense that usually picks up most of the compliments. More

Kansas City Chiefs – Defense is the Most Important Thing

Posted on 14 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

There’s Alex Smith, back to not making mistakes, but not playing very well. There’s Jamaal Charles, but Andy Reid has never been about the running game unless he has to go to it. The Kansas City Chiefs are about defense, first and foremost, and that’s the unit they’ll be relying on to keep this perfect season start alive. More

Kansas City Chiefs – Even Dumb Luck is On Their Side

Posted on 7 Oct, 2013, by in NFL

It’s always about their defense as the Kansas City Chiefs roll on with their perfect start to the NFL season, but a little help from the officials certainly didn’t hurt as they got past the tough as nails Tennessee Titans, as Alex Smith slowly converts into the frustrating quarterback of old, which is something Andy Reid has to address and fast. More

Kansas City Chiefs – Turnovers Don’t Matter Against Broken Teams

Posted on 30 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Even if they have turned the ball over for the first time this season, the Kansas City Chiefs aren’t stopping and most importantly not losing. Alex Smith is making mistakes as he takes more risks, but all those don’t really matter when the team standing in front of them is a ghost of its former self. More

Kansas City Chiefs – Alex Smith Still Not Making Mistakes

Posted on 20 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Everyone seems to expect that Alex Smith will begin turning the ball over at an alarming pace at some point, but in the right system, like the one he is playing in for the Kansas City Chiefs, he seems to be avoiding those that used to plague him in the past, and not getting in the way of a perfect start to the season. More

Chiefs vs Eagles – Michael Vick Still Loves Andy Reid

Posted on 18 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

The most interesting personal angle in the upcoming game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Philadelphia Eagles is Andy Reid coaching against his former team. Despite the bitter taste to the ending between the sides, quarterback Michael Vick has nothing but good things to say about his former head coach. More

Chiefs vs Eagles – Chip Kelly Needs the Defense to Step Up Against Andy Reid

Posted on 17 Sep, 2013, by in NFL

Even with a super creative offense that’s too quick to stop, the Philadelphia Eagles have problems on in the secondary that prevent them from translating their advantages into wins every week. Their matchup with the Kansas City Chiefs offers an opportunity for Chip Kelly and Andy Reid to face off for the first time, but also to see if Kelly can bring his defense to some sort of improvement, and if Reid can get a big day from his quarterback for the first time this season. More