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Arrowheadlines: Chiefs should want to see the Texans or Raiders, Justin Houston remains out

With Another Familiar Opponent, the Chess Match Takes Center Stage Again |

At your disposal, you have statistics—tendencies based on down and distance, formation and personnel groupings—there’s so much information that each team has on one another that the little tweaks and adjustments are often what can make a difference between a win and a loss.

For the most part, you know what they do, and they know what you do—go and do it better.

Chiefs vs. Chargers: 10 Stats to Know |

The focus now is on what the Chiefs can control, which is a Chargers team that even despite losing its last four games, is still led by one of the best quarterbacks of the current generation, Philip Rivers.

Chiefs could be part of Chargers’ final act in San Diego | The KC Star

“I feel for all the guys out there,” said Chiefs defensive lineman Kendall Reyes, who spent his first four seasons with the Chargers. “I’m still close with a lot of my (old) teammates. I’m sure you can ask the guys on the Rams — it’s not easy picking up and moving your family somewhere.

Texans, Raiders are the playoff opponents the Chiefs most want to see | ESPN

The Chiefs don't need to fear the latter scenario. They've won five straight games on the road and have victories at the Denver Broncos, Atlanta Falcons and Raiders.

Spencer Ware Back at Chiefs Practice, but not Justin Houston | The KC Star

Outside linebacker Justin Houston missed practice on Wednesday, but running back Spencer Ware was back on a limited basis for the Chiefs.

Week 16 Film Review: Kansas City Chiefs have quite the weapon in TE Travis Kelce | Pro Football Weekly

Kelce is one of the best tight ends in the NFL, and it feels like he has just begun to show us his full potential. An athletic tight end with some speed and burst, Kelce is a mismatch for any defender. When it comes to the inside linebackers and a Ward-less group of Denver safeties, he was a nightmare.

Much at stake for Chiefs in rematch with Chargers | ESPN

So there could be much riding on the outcome of Sunday’s game against the Chargers. The Chiefs are going for their third straight sweep of the annual two–game season series against the Chargers. Kansas City beat San Diego, 33-27, in overtime in the season opener at Arrowhead Stadium

Tyreek Hill helps design Chiefs shirt for KC charity | KSHB

CCVI has been a place that had a real impact on Hill after he visited the children there earlier this season.

"I enjoyed the whole experience with the little kids, engaging with them, playing with them and interacting with them," said Hill.

Chiefs Defensive Backs Surprise Special Olympians at Arrowhead Stadium |

“We got a chance to go around and play some games to get to know a little bit about it before we got to know the kids,” Chiefs safety Daniel Sorensen said. “Everything is very educational and very hands on, so it’s a great interactive environment.”

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