| About us | Privacy Policy | Contact us | Sitemap
Home News Forum Blog Standings Roster Players Schedule Depth Chart Stats Photos Videos
chicago-bears-vs--kansas-city-chiefs---september-16--2007 Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs - September 16, 2007...
All the latest Kansas City Chiefs Photos Store photographs. Football NFL.
chiefs-stadium Chiefs Stadium...
All the latest Kansas City Chiefs Photos Store photographs. Football NFL.
chicago-bears-vs--kansas-city-chiefs---september-16--2007 Chicago Bears vs. Kansas City Chiefs - September 16, 2007...
All the latest Kansas City Chiefs Photos Store photographs. Football NFL.
There Are An Unusual Amount Of Bad Teams in the NFL This Year
by November 30, 1999 @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 26th 2008 12:56PM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: Bengals, Chiefs, Lions, Raiders, Rams, SeahawksLooking at the NFL standings, there is an interesting trend forming. Right now, 20 of the NFL’s 32 teams have a record at or above .500. That is 63% of the league. There are three divisions who don’t have a team with a losing record.

To feed wins to all those teams you need some really, really, really bad teams taking all the losses. That’s the issue with the NFL this season. Detroit (0-11), Kansas City (1-10), Cincinnati (1-9-1), Seattle (2-9) and St. Louis (2-9) are a combined 6-48.

It is so bad that the freakin’ Oakland Raiders and San Francisco 49ers have three wins apiece and the Denver Broncos can actually lead a division. The Arizona Cardinals have all but won their division already and will host a playoff game for the first time since 1947.

Cats and dogs living together. Mass hysteria!Continue Reading

Are the Raiders Still in the AFC West Race?
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 25th 2008 12:20PM by Adam Gretz (author feed)
Filed under: Broncos, Chargers, Chiefs, Raiders, AFC WestIt’s amazing what a blowout win over your arch-rival can do for your morale and outlook on the season. On Sunday, the Raiders marched into Denver and absolutely crushed the division-leading Broncos, in what was perhaps their most complete game of the year. The win improved the Raiders to 3-8 on the season, three games behind Denver in the AFC West.

With five games remaining on the schedule, the Raiders are, technically, still mathematically alive, and that’s leading to some surprising optimism around the club.

From David White of the San Francisco Chronicle:”Things are wide open,” Raiders nose tackle Gerard Warren said. “We’re not looking ahead, but if we were able to run the table, we might be able to squeak into the playoffs.” Don’t laugh. Lots of things became fathomable when the Raiders straight-up thumped the Broncos 31-10 Sunday. Hurray for optimism! Normally, a three game deficit with five games remaining would be almost insurmountable, but in the AFC West this season? Maybe not.Continue Reading

Zebra Report: Mike Martz, Illegal Forward Pass, and Conspiracy Theories
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 12th 2008 12:55PM by Matt Snyder (author feed)
Filed under: 49ers, AZ Cardinals, Bears, Chargers, Chiefs, Eagles, Giants, Packers, Titans, Vikings, AFC South, AFC West, NFC East, NFC North, NFC West, NFL Referees

Lots of controversy this week surrounding the boys in stripes, whether warranted or not, so let’s jump right in …

Incident 1: Mike Martz says the Niners were “screwed every way possible” by the officials. Ah, I love a good example of lacking accountability. I’m sure it was the officials who told Martz to run the football on the previous play with around 10 seconds left and no timeouts. I mean, that’s the only way “every way possible” works as an accurate statement.Continue Reading

Female In Spitting Spat Sues Larry Johnson
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 11th 2008 10:18AM by Shane Bacon (author feed)
Filed under: Chiefs, AFC WestIf you had November 10th in the “yeah, that lady is going to sue Larry Johnson’s ass,” congratulations, you just cashed in.

According to the Associated Press, Ashley N. Stewart was the lady on the other end of the alcohol spit shower by gentleman Johnson and is taking the troubled running back to court over the whole thing. Wow, couldn’t imagine why.
The lawsuit by Ashley N. Stewart accuses the two-time Pro Bowler of negligence, assault and battery, intentional infliction of emotional distress and negligent infliction of emotional distress.
The suit, filed Monday, seeks punitive damages, attorney fees and any other amount a jury deems to be fair. Johnson was charged last month with simple assault for the Oct. 10 incident at Kansas City’s Club Blonde.
You know what, good for Stewart. Like some comments made clear, we obviously haven’t heard the other side of the story from the Johnson camp but it isn’t like he came out and said “That lady is a LIAR!” He actually admitted to being embarrassed with actions and actually apologized for being, well, completely and utterly insane in his confrontation with Stewart.Continue Reading

Bernard Pollard’s Hit on Tom Brady Very Similar to Jared Allen on Matt Schaub
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 8th 2008 11:45AM by Bruce Ciskie (author feed)
Filed under: Chiefs, Patriots, Texans, Vikings, AFC East, AFC West, NFC North, NFL VideoYou guys remember Tom Brady, right?

Rather talented quarterback for the Patriots. Three-time Super Bowl champion. Holds the single-season record for touchdown passes. Led the Patriots to a 16-0 season last year. Dating Giselle Bunchen.

That guy. You know, the one who blew out his knee in Week One. Even though he isn’t playing again this season, you should be reminded of Brady every time you watch New England play.

If not, just let the game announcers do it for you.

Remember when Brady was hit by the Chiefs’ Bernard Pollard, and even though every New England fan on the planet was crying for the NFL to fine, suspend, ban, or shoot Pollard, the league immediately said Pollard was in the right?

And we here at FanHouse agreed?

I think there’s also a consensus that what Jared Allen did to Matt Schaub wasn’t right. The league Friday announced agreement with that consensus, fining Allen $50,000.

However, a review of video from Pollard’s hit and Allen’s hits could lead you to a different conclusion. View after the jump.Continue Reading

Midseason Midtacular: Which Team Phoned It In the Worst?
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 7th 2008 10:00AM by JJ Cooper (author feed)
Filed under: Chiefs, Lions, Raiders, AFC West, NFC North

No matter what Roger Goodell wants you to believe, the NFL isn’t all about parity. Sure, there are a lot of teams still battling for a playoff spot, but the Lions, Chiefs, Bengals and Raiders have shown that there also is a group of pathetic teams that can be counted on to make any other team feel good.

So who has been the worst? Which team put forward the worst performance of the 2008 season? There are several games that brought up memories of the 1976 Bucs. So here are the nominees:

Sure, the final score may have the Lions falling by less than two touchdowns, but on Opening Day the Lions squashed whatever hopes their fans had in the first 15 minutes of the game. Rookie quarterback Matt Ryan, making his first NFL start, connected with Mike Jenkins on a 62-yard touchdown on the fourth play of the game. On the Falcons next drive, Michael Turner ripped off a 66-yard touchdown run, ensuring that the Fire Matt Millen chants began before the end of the first quarter. Turner added a 29-yard run on the Falcons next drive to set up a third touchdown. By the end of the first quarter it was 21-0, and Millen could start slowly edging for the exit–as he was chased by an angry mob.
Continue Reading

NFL FanHouse Midseason Midtacular: Coaches On the Hot Seat
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 6th 2008 1:15PM by Sportz Assassin (author feed)
Filed under: Bengals, Chiefs, Cowboys, Lions, NFL Coaching

Three coaches have already been canned this season and more could be on the way. Let’s take a look at who could be next on the chopping block.

— Dallas has all the ingredients for a coaching change. They have woefully underperformed, players are openly complaining, there is a highly-paid replacement on the staff and they have an owner who demands results. The Cowboys have already lost more games this year than they did all of last year and run the danger of not getting into the playoffs. This was a ridiculous thought five weeks ago.

Continue Reading

The Raiders, Naturally, Have NFL’s Highest Payroll; JaMarcus Russell Among Highest Paid
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 7th 2008 12:40AM by Adam Gretz (author feed)
Filed under: Browns, Chiefs, Cowboys, Raiders, Saints, Vikings, NFL Fans, Overpaid NFL PlayersSay this for Raiders owner Al Davis: His team’s losing isn’t due to a lack of effort on his part. Sure, he may not know how to win in today’s NFL, but he can sign blank checks with the best of them, as demonstrated by the salary data released by USA Today.

According to the data, Oakland currently sits atop the NFL with a payroll of $152 million, $6 million more than the No. 2 team on the list, the Dallas Cowboys. Oakland and Dallas are the only teams spending over $140 million, while only the Saints, Vikings and Browns join them in the $130 million club. The Kansas City Chiefs currently have the lowest payroll at $83 million, and have only one fewer win than the Raiders.

The Raiders are currently on pace to win four games this season, and should they reach that mark Davis will have spent, roughly, $38 million per win. Should they hold steady at two wins, well, that would be $76 million per win.

So, how did the Raiders get to the top of the NFL’s pay scale? By overpaying a lot of bad players, it would appear.Continue Reading

Midseason Midtacular: Who Phoned It In the Worst?
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 7th 2008 10:00AM by JJ Cooper (author feed)
Filed under: Chiefs, Lions, Raiders, AFC West, NFC North

No matter what Roger Goodell wants you to believe, the NFL isn’t all about parity. Sure, there are a lot of teams still battling for a playoff spot, but the Lions, Chiefs, Bengals and Raiders have shown that there also is a group of pathetic teams that can be counted on to make any other team feel good.

So who has been the worst? Which team put forward the worst performance of the 2008 season? There are several games that brought up memories of the 1976 Bucs. So here are the nominees:

Sure, the final score may have the Lions falling by less than two touchdowns, but on Opening Day the Lions squashed whatever hopes their fans had in the first 15 minutes of the game. Rookie quarterback Matt Ryan, making his first NFL start, connected with Mike Jenkins on a 62-yard touchdown on the fourth play of the game. On the Falcons next drive, Michael Turner ripped off a 66-yard touchdown run, ensuring that the Fire Matt Millen chants began before the end of the first quarter. Turner added a 29-yard run on the Falcons next drive to set up a third touchdown. By the end of the first quarter it was 21-0, and Millen could start slowly edging for the exit–as he was chased by an angry mob.

Our only two-time contestant on the “they suck” list, picking a bad Lions game is like choosing which episode of Grey’s Anatomy will make you beg for death–they’ll all do. But the egg they laid against the Bears was worse than most. Chicago led 31-0 before the Lions converted their first third-down opportunity. Dan Orlovsky threw a pick that was returned for a touchdown and he and Jon Kitna combined to throw 39 passes for only 140 net yards (thanks in part to four sacks).
Want a good sign that your team’s in trouble? All three Chiefs quarterbacks attempted 10 or more passes against Tennessee. The Titans ended Brodie Croyle’s season with an Albert Haynesworth sack, then chewed up and spit out Damon Huard a little while later forcing third-stringer Tyler Thigpen to end the game. But the Chiefs truly putrid performance came on defense, where by the end of the third quarter Kansas City’s D had laid down, rolled over and played dead. Giving up a 66-yard touchdown run to Chris Johnson is bad, but may be somewhat excusable, but when the Chiefs watched the lumbering Lendale White run/jog for an 80-yard touchdown, it was clear that they just didn’t care.
This game would make Al Davis spin in his grave–if his corpse wasn’t still running the team. As a Steelers fan, it was always easy to hate the Raiders–for 25 years they were the thugs who wanted to be the NFL’s biggest bullies. But it’s much sadder to pity them, and after watching the Raiders need nearly three quarters to record a first down (and get into positive yardage), it’s hard not to just point and laugh. Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan spent the first half playing the same game that everyone else has done before him–find where DeAngelo Hall was on the field and pick on him. JaMarcus Russell spent another game making everyone wonder if he’s more Alex Smith than Daunte Culpepper, and the Raiders running game jogged to the sideline with Darren McFadden’s turf toe. The Cable Guy isn’t getting it done, but then neither could Lane Kiffin, Art Shell or Norv Turner. After getting turned down by nearly every potential coach this offseason, Davis will surely pick another “winner” next year to continue the Raiders Commitment to Mediocrity.

And the craptacular winner is . . .

The Raiders’ didn’t just phone it in against the Falcons, they called a sit-down strike to try to get the rest of their season cancelled. If Oakland’s going to play like this, they might as well go all 1987 and sign some replacement players–it would be more fun watching a beer truck driver come in and try to quarterback this team than to watch Russell throw for 31 yards, and hey, it might be more effective.

Dynasty Diaries: Most Talented Rookie Running Back Class Ever
by @ 12:00 am (Category : Uncategorized )

Nov 4th 2008 5:00PM by Matt Snyder (author feed)
Filed under: AZ Cardinals, Bears, Broncos, Chiefs, Cowboys, Lions, Panthers, Raiders, Ravens, Steelers, Texans, Titans, AFC North, AFC South, AFC West, NFC East, NFC North, NFC South, NFC West, Fantasy Football, NFL Draft
With Ray Rice and Tim Hightower announcing their presence with authority this weekend, we are continuing to witness easily the best draft class of running backs in NFL history. No class even comes remotely close to this one, should even half of the guys continue to make good on the potential we’ve seen through just a half season.

You know what that means in fantasy football … lots of possible horses to lock up for their entire career on your keeper league team. You know there are people out there who drafted LaDanian Tomlinson his rookie year and have enjoyed every single season of his production since. Does this year’s draft class sport one of those?Continue Reading

Newer Posts »« Older Posts


Brodie Croyle Name: Brodie Croyle
#12
Position: QB
Age: 25
Experience: 3 years
College: Alabama
Copyright © Chiefshome.com, Inc. All rights reserved 2018.