Well, if it’s such an honor and a way to improve the league, why are the only other teams holding games on the other side of the ocean either desperate, losers or desperate losers?
But the Chiefs are the first NFL team to relinquish a home game when it regularly sells out its stadium or doesn’t have major issues with that stadium. If the Chiefs are the only franchise without these issues to give up a game, this stinks even more. In other words, I’ll believe in shared sacrifice when teams like the Patriots, Giants, Cowboys, Redskins, Bears and Broncos give up a home game.
Tom even purchased tickets to come over, SungWoo style, to catch the Chiefs-Raiders game at Arrowhead Stadium, in person, for the first time Dec. 14. "Hopefully, the first of many," he says. "I read something about SungWoo, (it's) great how KC embraced him. The Chiefs have been very supportive of our group so far. They have said they will upgrade our tickets when we come, which is amazing."
One-hundred yards and one Deion Sanders-esque high-step later, the 6-foot-3, 218-pound cornerback is traipsing into the end zone. It was the full Sean Smith package in a singular play — surprising ability mixed with a dash of cockiness and the occasional lapse in focus.
"It will be back and forth," said Toub. "We have designed returns for each guy, and depending on who we play will dictate who we’re going to use and when in different portions of the game. We’re fortunate to have two who can break it at any time."
Jets special teams coordinator Thomas McGaughey has no doubt. Chiefs kicker Cairo Santos "absolutely" should be subject to a fine for tripping kickoff return man Percy Harvin during Sunday's game.
"We started the season out there 2-2, and of course we got completely shellacked that Monday night out in Kansas City. It might be the worst beating I‘ve had as an owner and of course in the Belichick era it was the worst in the past 15 years," Kraft said.
"It’s going to come our way,’’ Bowe said. "Right now, other guys are getting opportunities and making plays. On third down I’m moving the chains and getting guys in position to make those touchdowns. "As long as I’m contributing, I’m feeling good.’’
We asked Chiefs wide receiver A.J. Jenkins five questions. Then we asked fellow wide receiver Albert Wilson to guess Jenkins’ answers.
"This is an extremely unique opportunity to engage with a great partner – Anheuser-Busch – as part of a larger effort to make a difference in the lives of the courageous men and women who defend our freedom at home and abroad," Chiefs President Mark Donovan said. "The Hunt family and the Chiefs organization have long saluted the bravery and dedication of our veterans and active-duty personnel while recognizing the many untold sacrifices made by military families. We hope that this initiative generates positive results locally for members of the VFW."
You know the drill by now. We are joined by Joel Thorman from Arrowhead Pride to discuss Bills/Chiefs. What do we have on Tap?… Talkin about Alex Smith..Why has Dwayne Bowe struggled? How should the Bills attack the Chiefs’ defense and offense? All that and much more. Enjoy. Retweet. Tell a friend.