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Johnson  among few to ding Bolts' defense

Running against the Chargers' No. 3-ranked defense is tougher than finding a Halloween pumpkin minus seeds. Like a jack-o'-lantern, the Chargers' defense gives that toothy smile then cackles as another rusher bites the dust.

Horrible writing.

It's been a learning experience for Chiefs' rookies

Someday, they'll laugh about it. When Brodie Croyle and Jarrad Page are wily NFL veterans, they'll think back to Pittsburgh in 2006, chalk it up as a learning experience, and smile.

AFC West Report: Must Win for the Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs must protect home field and hold serve in the division this Sunday at Arrowhead. A loss to the San Diego Chargers will put them in a position that they likely won't be able to recover from. Denver has an intriguing road test in Cleveland and the Raiders look to get their first win when they host the Arizona Cardinals.

Q&A with Herm Edwards after yesterday's practice
Q: What makes Tomlinson so good?

EDWARDS: "His ability to play in space. He's a very, very tough runner - what I call a jump-cut guy. He reminds me of a guy I played against a long time ago in St. Louis - Terry Metcalf. Same kind of quality and his career is probably going to be longer than Terry Metcalf's and he's probably put up better numbers than Terry Metcalf at this point, but he has some of the traits. Terry was a dynamic runner who really hurt you catching the ball in space and that's what this guy can do.

The Chiefs are not da bomb
It's okay folks, the only destruction you'll see during upcoming Chiefs games is just gonna be Herman Edward's career going down in flames. The recent terrorist threats to Football Stadiums across the country was nothing more than a hoax.