History Is Not In Pioli's Favor from KC Star
We live in a world where a man can sky dive from outer space and Scarlett Johansson dates a journalist so, no, Scott Pioli turning the Chiefs into a championship organization would not be the craziest thing you could imagine.
But it would be nearly unprecedented.
The 1-9 Chiefs are 10-point home underdogs to the Broncos on Sunday, and looking over the rest of their schedule - vs. Carolina, at Cleveland, at Oakland, vs. Indianapolis and at Denver - it's hard to see the Chiefs going better than 3-13 in Pioli's fourth season as general manager.
Peyton's Now The Man In Charge In Denver from KC Star
No coaches are around. Just Manning and his new offensive teammates.
Sometimes an offensive lineman or a wide receiver has a suggestion or a criticism about the previous possession or what to try next. But there's little doubt about who is in charge.
Stantchi: My Take from The Mothership
Dwayne Bowe has 405-career receptions to rank fourth in Chiefs history, needing six more catches to move past WR Otis Taylor (410) for third.
Jamaal Charles has 5,083 career scrimmage yards to rank 15th in team history, needing eight more yards to pass FB Kimble Anders for 14th.
Chiefs Waive Ranglin, Elevate Newsome To 53-Man Roster from The Mothership
Broncos s. Chiefs: Start 'Em Or Sit 'Em, Week 12 from Examiner.com
Brady Quinn is the quarterback this week and should be avoided at all costs. His presence also makes Dwayne Bowe someone to avoid, as well as tight end Tony Moeaki. This game should be a one-sided blowout.
Eric Winston Says Kansas City Chiefs Fans Want Wins from NFL.com
Winston spoke out in October when fans cheered as quarterback Matt Cassell was taken off the field with a concussion. Winston told NFL Network's Michelle Beisner there's only one way to quiet the masses.
"Look, if they need to act out and wear black to games or whatever it is, if they feel they need to do that, then so be it," he said. "My goal is to win. And when you can start winning, then that stuff kinda setttles itself. When you don't win, then this is the kind of stuff that can happen. I don't pay attention to be quite honest with you.
Mailbag: Mike Glennon On Chiefs' Radar? from ESPN
Derek from Kansas City wants to know if North Carolina State quarterback Mike Glennon could be on the Chiefs' radar.
Bill Williamson: You know, I think he really could. Some quarterbacks always rise in the offseason and I think Glennon will be one of those quarterback, Matt Barkley's stock is falling and Glennon's is rising. The question is will Glennon's stock rise to the point where the Chiefs draft.
How many other teams in the entire National Football League would be willing to trade their roster for the one that Ryan is coaching right now?
Another question: Other than maybe the pathetic Kansas City Chiefs, how many teams would trade the quarterback they have for the two Ryan suited up against the Patriots?
Broncos-Chiefs: Denver 'D' To Be Aggressive vs. QB Brady Quinn from The Denver Post
Former Broncos backup quarterback Brady Quinn hasn't started three games in a season since 2009. Sunday, Quinn will start his third game of the season for the Chiefs, and it may not be the kind of situation he has waited for with three starters in the Kansas City offensive line in question to play.
Chiefs left tackle Branden Albert (back), center/guard Ryan Lilja (knee) and guard Jon Asamoah (thumb) have all been limited this week. Albert did not practice at all - he did do some conditioning work Friday - while Lilja and Asamoah were limited.
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