Good morning everyone! I hope you're doing well. NJ Chiefs Fan is off today so I'm taking over. Here are your Kansas City Chiefs links for the day:
Chiefs' glimmer of hope: Next two foes currently winless - NFL - Yahoo! Sports
If the Kansas City Chiefs aren't careful over the next couple of weeks, they might just play themselves right out of the Andrew Luck sweepstakes. As poorly as the Chiefs have played - and it was bad enough that Sunday's 20-17 loss to San Diego was considered something to build on - they face two teams who are struggling as much or more than they are in their next two games.
HALEY: "I know we're going to be a good running team. With Jamaal not in the mix, that presents a set of challenges. That being said, I like our guys. I like our backs, and I believe we're going to be a good running team.
Struggling Chiefs kicker Succop remains confident - KansasCity.com
Ryan Succop was understandably restless on the flight back from San Diego. Succop, the Chiefs’ third-year kicker who turned 25 last week, continued a woeful start to the season by pushing a 38-yard field-goal attempt wide right during the first quarter of Sunday’s 20-17 loss at San Diego.
Chiefs notebook: Muir still calling plays; Flowers' status uncertain - KansasCity.com
Coach Todd Haley reiterated Monday that offensive coordinator Bill Muir is the team's play caller on game day, shrugging off the suggestion that Haley took on a greater role in the second half of Sunday's 20-17 loss in San Diego.
Ask A Chiefs Fan - Vikings Edition - Daily Norseman
Skoal, y'all! I mean ... hello Vikings fans! Time for this week's Ask A Chiefs Fan, as the Kansas City Chiefs prepare to square off against the Minnesota Vikings this Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. With both teams coming off tough losses it's anyone's guess who has the "edge" in this one. Suffice it to say things aren't looking very bright for fans of either of these two teams right now.
NFL Week 4 Power Rankings: Patriots Stay In Second Despite Loss To Bills - SB Nation Kansas City
32. Kansas City Chiefs (0-3) - A win was handed to them on a silver platter, but the worst team in the league still couldn't get it done.
I know it’s too late for negotiations, but something that should have been considered if the Kansas City Chiefs football team loses five games it should automatically begin to start taking a percentage of the players’ salary.