It’s important to note that these aren’t just the frustrated thoughts of the minority - some of these were the most liked comments on our posts, and were liked far more than positive posts relating to Hosmer et al. There are clearly a lot of people who are very angry about this, if they aren’t the majority (which they may well be, I don’t know--participate in the poll below to voice your opinion). To kick it off: In this case, it’s important to note that Hosmer and other Royals have supported the Chiefs.
"That's way too hard to predict," Reid said. "Right now it’s just a matter of keeping the swelling out of that thing and him being able to work at that same level that he was able to do before, and he’s here doing that. He wants it. Normally with the great athletes like he is, the Hall of Fame athlete that he is, given that if at all possible physically he’d be able to do it again."
The Chiefs will have the 27th overall selection in the first round of this year’s draft, which will take place April 27-29 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Belichick when asked to discuss the importance of having the home crowd behind them: "I don’t know. Go ask Dallas and Kansas City." …Oof.
For fans of the Eagles, it was just too delicious to watch Reid battle with time management. It was the same issue Reid dealt with during his time in Philadelphia – and even last year when the Chiefs played the Patriots. All the while, fans of the Eagles finally could laugh instead of cry at the problems – and they could not take their eyes off the TV screen.
NT Dontari Poe: Good player who does a lot but where do the Chiefs draw the line on spending on their defensive stars? I could argue the writing is on the wall here with the Chiefs drafting Chris Jones and signing Jaye Howard to a two-year deal last season.
For Andy Reid and his staff, it’s the second straight year to coach in the NFL all-star game. Six of his players have been named to the team: safety Eric Berry, cornerback Marcus Peters, tight end Travis Kelce, return specialist Tyreek Hill, quarterback Alex Smith and punter Dustin Colquitt.
Another playoff game, and another member of the Steelers who has lost a significant portion of his paycheck due to a questionable hit.
Defense: Andy Reid is a talented NFL coach with a well-earned reputation for offensive creativity. The Chiefs use many different formations and play-designs to get the ball to their playmakers, which can make defending them difficult. Fortunately for Pittsburgh, the Steelers’ defense was up to the task. The Steelers limited quarterback Alex Smith to 20 completions for 172 yards with one interception and one touchdown. The leading receiver for the Chiefs was tight end Travis Kelce with 77 yards on five receptions. The Steelers were able to hold Kansas City to only 61 yards rushing as a team, though Spencer Ware was able to score a touchdown.