NJ Chiefs Fan is out of town for a couple days so here is your very late Arrowheadlines.
NFL grants Clark Hunt his wish | Red Zone
Clark Hunt was ever hopeful at last month's NFL owners meetings that the league would put the Chiefs' first regular-season game at the renovated Arrowhead Stadium on national TV. That's a big request from a team that won four games last season and 10 over the past three years. But the league came through.
The Arrowhead Lights Are On... | Chiefs Football at BobGretz.com
The visit by the Chargers on that Monday night will certainly give the Chiefs something to sell to potential ticket buyers. For fans that want to be part of that evening on a single ticket basis, expect to be forced to buy a ticket to the December 19th game against Tennessee as well, or maybe the October 31st Halloween home game against Chan Gailey and his Buffalo Bills.
Insider Blog: 4 Quarters
In a word, the initial reaction to the Chiefs 2010 schedule: Awesome.
Notable MNF Moments
September 8, 1997 Kansas City at Oakland Chiefs 28, Raiders 27 Chiefs QB Elvis Grbac connected with WR Andre Rison on an improbable 32-yard TD with just three seconds remaining to cap a stunning victory in Kansas City’s first MNF appearance in Oakland since 1997. MNF announcer Al Michaels proclaimed that "Andre Rison just burned Al Davis’ house down!"
Rick Gosselin's top 100 prospects in this year's NFL Draft | Sports News | News for Dallas, Texas | Dallas Morning News
Pencil in Suh at No. 1 on the annual Top 100 of SportsDay. The Top 100 is compiled based on conversations with NFL general managers, personnel directors, pro and college coaches and scouts. This is not a mock draft. Teams will skip around the board on draft day to make selections that fit their needs.
The AFC West's most intriguing games - AFC West Blog - ESPN
Sept. 13, San Diego Chargers at Kansas City Chiefs Why: This is a great opportunity for the Chiefs. They are an improved team playing in a renovated stadium on a Monday night game to start the season. This could set the tone for Kansas City's season.