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Arrowhead Pride 1 hour ago

Cris Collinsworth breaks down Chiefs-Steelers an what to watch for

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Arrowhead Pride 2 hours ago

Chiefs are without both starting corners at Thursday’s practice

Is it good to have both of your starting corners out of practice three days before the game? No, it is not. The Kansas City Chiefs better hope Marcus Peters gets over the flu and Phillip Gaines’ sore knee heals up because they were both out of practice on Thursday. Phillip Gaines, Tamba Hali, Marcus Peters and Charcandrick West won't practice today for the #Chiefs.— BJ Kissel (@ChiefsReporter) September 29, 2016 Unless this is some flu strain that cannot be stopped, I would think Peters will be OK by Sunday. That’s three more days of rest for him. I’m not going to be too...
Arrowhead Pride 3 hours ago

Deion Sanders says Marcus Peters reminds him of Dale Carter

I’ve heard this comparison before and I don’t totally disagree but I just listened to NFL Hall of Famer Deion Sanders tell Danny Parkins and Carrington Harrison on 610 Sports that KC Chiefs CB Marcus Peters reminds him of ... Dale Carter! For you young bucks, Dale Carter was the Chiefs 1992 first round pick who played corner in Kansas City until 1998. “I love the way he puts his foot in the ground and goes to get that ball,” Deion said on The Drive. “He reminds me even on the field and off the field as a young Dale Carter. He’s long. He has those types of tools. I don’t know...
Arrowhead Pride 5 hours ago

Grading the Kansas City Chiefs (and my road trip to Arrowhead)

So as some of you (maybe most of you) know, Mrs. MNchiefsfan and I took a road trip to Arrowhead this last weekend to experience the... er... experience that was the Jets-Chiefs game. It was fantastic. And what’s a good road trip without some grades? We’re going to skip the usual in-depth analysis and instead grade everything (from food, to football) from A-F, in the roughly the order we experienced it. Driving through Iowa: B- This is a surprisingly high grade. Generally speaking, Iowa receives quite low grades from me and Mrs. MNchiefsfan as we drive through. This is because we...
Arrowhead Pride 6 hours ago

Von Miller, not Marcus Peters, named AFC defensive player of month

The Chiefs’ Marcus Peters was the AFC defensive player of the week this week. He is not the AFC defensive player of the month. That goes to the Broncos’ Von Miller, the NFL announced today. Broncos LB Von Miller named AFC defensive player of the month.— Nicki Jhabvala (@NickiJhabvala) September 29, 2016 They both made big impacts. The stats say Peters had four picks (one in a loss, one in a win) while Von Miller had five sacks, which leads the NFL. I have a feeling Peters is going to win one of these defensive players of the month award before his career is over. Maybe a couple...
Arrowhead Pride 6 hours ago

Jimmy Fallon made fun of some KC Chiefs players on The Tonight Show

The Chiefs were featured on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon... Chiefs guard Jordan Devey does kinda look like Jeb Bush. Tyler Bray’s beard! Jaye Howard is not a smiler. A ribbing for Knile Davis.
Arrowhead Pride 7 hours ago

Andy Reid’s food for thought, Week 3 vs. Jets

I have a son who turns two on October 2 and we have been trying to potty train him here and there. Before the game started he went number two in the potty for the first time. Confused and not knowing what to do he stood up mid-poop, wandered around, and sat back down on his potty. Unbeknownst to me at the time, my son was trying to offer some foreshadowing as to how Ryan Fitzpatrick would play that day. The Chiefs Week 3 game against the Jets will be known forever as the Shitzpatrick day in our home. Really Good Cheeseburger of the Week Maclin and Wilson clear out leaving Kelce to burn...
Arrowhead Pride 7 hours ago

Chiefs vs. Steelers will be a great red zone matchup

The Kansas City Chiefs are middle of the road when it comes to their offense in the red zone. But the Chiefs defense? They’re very good in the red zone. In fact, the Chiefs defense’s 23 percent in red zone efficiency is the best in the NFL. It’s not all Ryan Fitzpatrick either. The Jets and Texans were both 0- “We do a good job with that,” Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. “I don’t know why. You always talk about the end line being the 12th man there. Our guys know how to space it out. We worked hard on it at training camp. So much of that is eliminating the seams in there because...
Arrowhead Pride 8 hours ago

Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs news 9/29

Thursday's KC Chiefs news Personnel analysis: Chiefs preferred three-wide and two-tight end sets vs. Jets | The KC Star Dynamic rookie Tyreek Hill continues to get most of his playing time as a slot receiver in "zebra" personnel, rotating with Albert Wilson. I also noticed he is running many of the same package plays that De'Anthony Thomas used to run. Perhaps the club is keeping Thomas, even though he's been inactive every week, because he offers injury protection for Hill, both on offense and as a returner. If Hill — who has also earned the odd snap as a running back — were to get...
Chiefs Gab 20 hours ago

Chiefs at Steelers NFL Week 4 Capsule

SUNDAY NIGHT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (2-1) AT PITTSBURGH STEELERS (2-1) REGULAR SEASON SERIES CHIEFS STEELERS SERIES LEADER 20-10 STREAKS 3 of last 4 COACHES VS. OPP. Andy Reid: 3-3 Mike Tomlin: 3-2 LAST WEEK W 24-3 vs. New York Jets L 34-3 at Philadelphia LAST GAME 10/25/15: Steelers 13 at Chiefs 23. Kansas City QB […]
Arrowhead Pride Sep 28, 2016

Chiefs Podcast: AHPKC on Week 3

Look for the official podcast of Arrowhead Pride every Wednesday throughout the season, the AHPKC Chiefs Podcast can be found on Soundcloud, iTunes, Stitcher and any other number of podcast sites Episode 9 of 2016. All of our prior episodes can be found here. We begin with RSH eating crow on his prediction for Chiefs/Jets. After laughing at him for a good while, we share a trend we've noticed with the Chiefs secondary. Then it's a deep dive into some stats on the defense and Ryan Fitzpatrick. Then it's over to the offense. Should we be worried about their Week 3 performance? Is something...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 28, 2016

Jamaal Charles update for Wednesday, Marcus Peters has the flu

The decision on Jamaal Charles has yet to be made. KC Chiefs coach Andy Reid met with the media on Wednesday for Pittsburgh Steelers week and he said there is a chance that Jamaal plays this week but didn’t commit to anything. He will practice on Wednesday, which is a good sign. No problem with making the Steelers prepare for Jamaal. Here’s to hoping this is the week... Meanwhile, the Chiefs Wednesday injury updates: CB Marcus Peters has the flu and did not practice. Assuming this isn’t some crazy form of the flu, you gotta think he’ll be good this weekend with some rest. LB Tamba...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 28, 2016

Kansas City Chiefs enjoy rare coaching continuity

Watching the Chiefs rebound from their anemic performance against the Houston Texans in Week 2, one thing kept occurring to me as the cameras would occasionally grace the Kansas City sideline on Sunday: the team's coaching continuity. Before, during and after the game, the focus is largely on the players, as it should be. No one buys a jersey that says "Del Rio" or "Pagano". The Chiefs dominated the New York Jets on Sunday and the talking points were all about the players — how Ryan Fitzpatrick served up turnovers, how Marcus Peters has a nose for the ball, how Derrick Johnson looked...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 28, 2016

Can the Chiefs copy what the Eagles did to the Steelers?

The NFL is a copycat league. In Week 3 the Eagles were able to hold the Steelers to a measly three points. Can the Chiefs copy what the Eagles did against the Steelers? I watched the Steelers-Eagles game to see if I could find out how the Eagles did it. The Eagles Forced the Steelers to be One Dimensional The Eagles did two things to force the Steelers to go pass heavy. They got a big lead early They constantly stuffed DeAngelo Williams at the line of scrimmage Williams had eight rushing attempts for 21 yards. Of those eight attempts I saw five of them were stuffed for two yards or less....
Arrowhead Pride Sep 28, 2016

Chiefs’ Marcus Peters named AFC defensive player of the week

Marcus Peters has been named the AFC defensive player of the week for nabbing his 12th and 13th career interceptions last Sunday against Ryan Fitzpatrick and the New York Jets. That marks the third career two-interception game for Peters, who leads the NFL in interceptions since the start of the 2015 season. Peters has back to back games of two picks. He didn’t win the AFC defensive player o the week for his picks against the Houston Texans two weeks ago likely because the Chiefs lost. Against the Jets, the Chiefs were able to pull it out with ease, 24-3. This marks the second career...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 28, 2016

How will the Pittsburgh Steelers handle the Chiefs’ Marcus Peters?

The Pittsburgh Steelers have a decision to make: To go at Marcus Peters or not to go at Marcus Peters. OK, it’s probably not that simple. The Steelers probably won’t just shut down half the field because Peters, who plays on the left side of the defense, has four interceptions this year. The Steelers have the most prolific combination in the league in QB Ben Roethlisberger and WR Antonio Brown. Peters has not been the Revis-like shutdown corner where no passes are completed on him. He gives up yards and touchdowns but his speciality is eventually getting one (or two or 13) back. How...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 28, 2016

Week 4 NFL odds: KC Chiefs are underdogs against the Pittsburgh Steelers

The Week 4 NFL odds say the Kansas City Chiefs are underdogs against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Several odds outlets have the Chiefs as 5.5-point dogs while another has them at six points. The Chiefs should be underdogs in Pittsburgh. I’m sure everyone who looked at the Chiefs schedule saw this Sunday Night Football matchup in Pittsburgh and said the Chiefs will lose this game. There are a few things working against the Chiefs: The return of LeVeon Bell, who was suspended three games to start the season. He will add a boost to the offense. The Steelers are coming off a blowout loss to the...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 28, 2016

Arrohweadlines: Kansas City Chiefs news 9/28

Wednesday's KC Chiefs news Streaming with Mr. Smith | The Ringer Smith doesn't have fancy rules for dishing out recommendations; he watches and reads everything he can, then shares his thoughts with whoever he thinks will like hearing what he's learned. And his taste is certainly eclectic: "I'm watching The Expanse right now," Smith said last month, referencing a little-known space opera that premiered in December. "Please don't print that. People will think I'm a geek. It's on Syfy. OK, you can put it in, but my brother recommended it." Steelers head coach Mike Tomlin shines light on...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 27, 2016

Steelers expect to give Chiefs a healthy dose of LeVeon Bell

Le’Veon Bell is returning to the field on Sunday night after a three-game suspension and that’s good news for the Pittsburgh Steelers. You know who it’s bad news for? The Kansas City Chiefs. “We are going to let practice be our guide in terms of that division of labor,” Steelers coach Mike Tomlin said Tuesday via the Steelers website. “His level of conditioning is not a concern to us. A guy that is highly conditioned over a 12 month calendar. We have seen him every day, he has been a part of us, and he has been in the building. He is up to speed on what we are doing from a...
Arrowhead Pride Sep 27, 2016

Geoff Schwartz talked about fast food Friday with Chiefs and gaining 17 pounds in 3 days

Geoff Schwartz has a podcast and he talked about the time in Kansas City with the Chiefs that he gained 17 pounds in three days. I tallied up his meals it’s pretty remarkable, really. Listen to his podcast here. He started at 332 pounds. Friday Breakfast: Kolaches “Dough balls stuffed with eggs, bacon and sausage.” Lunch: Fried chicken, pizza, fried shrimp, lasagna ... “The tradition is slowly dying in the NFL but you have fast food Friday ... people are going away from this more and more because of health reasons. It’s not a good meal to have two days before the game.” Dinner:...

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