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Chiefs stand pat as NFL trade deadline passes | Kansas City Star
He easily would have fit in with an offense that has played to the strengths of Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith by featuring plenty of short and intermediate passes, some of which have been directed toward tight ends Anthony Fasano and Sean McGrath, who have combined for 28 catches, 281 yards and a touchdown. So while the man several fans still call "Tony G." may have indeed been an intriguing option, it appears the Chiefs were also content to just sit tight and proceed with two players that have contributed heavily to their undefeated start.

Chiefs chat with Terez Paylor | Kansas City Star

The History of 8-0: What it Means for the Kansas City Chiefs | Arrowhead Addict
"Eight and oh." Say it one time. It rolls off the tongue quite nicely. No matter how you type it, it looks amazing. 8-0. Eight and oh. 8 and 0.

Dexter McCluster: "Things have fallen into place" |
McCluster spoke about the timing of his TD catch against Cleveland. "You’re going to have ebbs and flows, but you have to worry about your play, your assignment," McCluster said. "You never know what play is going to be the play that determines it. Alex Smith, he’s a great quarterback; when he sees the open guy, he’s going to get it to you. It’s something we work on week-in and week-out. The defense presented itself and I was able to connect with him. It’s almost like they forgot about me and that was a good thing for this offense."

Food Drive at Arrowhead |
On Sunday, the Chiefs Women’s Organization, along with volunteers from Farmland and Harvesters, collected non-perishable food items for Harvesters Community Food Network. "Chiefs fans have a history of being giving and compassionate and they definitely stepped up to help in the food drive on Sunday, providing Harvesters with just over 43,000 meals " Chuck Castellano, Chiefs Community Relations Manager noted.

For KC, Buffalo's stadium has been haunted | ESPN
The Chiefs haven’t won in Buffalo since 1986 and their losing streak covers four regular-season and two playoff losses. I’ve talked to a few former Chiefs players who never liked playing in Buffalo. They couldn’t put their finger on the reason why, whether it was the annoying winds that consistently swirl around at Ralph Wilson Stadium or whatever.

Power Rankings: No. 1 Kansas City Chiefs | ESPN
With a home victory last week against the Cleveland Browns, the Kansas City Chiefs did nothing to show they didn’t deserve the top spot in this week’s ESPN Power Rankings. So the Chiefs remain at No. 1, and as long as they keep winning, it’s going to be difficult to unseat them from that top spot. They’re on the road this week against the 3-5 Bills, and a win there should keep the Chiefs at No. 1.

NFL Forbids Chiefs From Creating Their Own Schedule Again Next Season | The Onion
Assuring reporters that the team will soon be "back on a level playing field," NFL commissioner Roger Goodell announced Tuesday that the currently undefeated Kansas City Chiefs will not be permitted to create their own schedule again next season. "Though we allowed them to make these decisions this time around, the Kansas City Chiefs will not be able to handpick which NFC and AFC divisions they’re matched up against next year," said Goodell, adding that in order to maintain parity across both conferences, the Chiefs will not be authorized to once again dictate which games they play at home or the timing of their bye week.

Bills vs. Chiefs: Buffalo's protection problems largely vs. blitz | Buffalo Rumblings
No NFL team has a better pass rush than the Kansas City Chiefs this season - and the Buffalo Bills are having problems protecting backup quarterback Thad Lewis. Uh oh.

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