5:44 AM EDT, Mon October 20, 2014
Arrowhead Pride 7 hours ago

Alex Smith screams 'F*** yeah!' after Chiefs beat Chargers

The Kansas City Chiefs beat the San Diego Chargers 23-20 on a last second field goal by kicker Cairos Santos. The Chiefs quarterback had one of the best reactions. Here's our full coverage from the game. And here's the GIF version if you're so inclined.
Arrowhead Pride 8 hours ago

Watch Chiefs celebrate beating Chargers: "That was surfing the big wave in California!'

The best post of the week. Andy Reid and his postgame locker room celebrations are just the best thing ever. Here he is talking about "surfing the big wave in California" and Cairo Santos breaking the team down (via the Chiefs on Facebook). Post by The Kansas City Chiefs.
Arrowhead Pride 9 hours ago

Andy Reid on Chiefs kicker Cairo Santos: "He was due for an opportunity like this'

The Chiefs kicker game through in the clutch with the game winning field goal. I wrote this during one of Cairo Santos' three field goals against the San Diego Chargers: Still holding my breath on every Santos FG but he nailed this one. Chargers lead 14-13 — Arrowhead Pride (@ArrowheadPride) October...
Arrowhead Pride 9 hours ago

Chiefs find the best way to beat Philip Rivers is keeping him off the field

The best way to beat Rivers? Keep him off the field. The stat that I am going to look at the most from the Kansas City Chiefs 23-20 victory over the San Diego Chargers is time of possession. The Chiefs held the ball for a whopping 39 minutes compared to the Chargers 21 minutes. That is really the...
Rotoworld 14 hours ago

Donnie Avery missing another game vs. SD - Donnie Avery (WR) Kansas City Chiefs

Chiefs declared WR Donnie Avery, SS Eric Berry, QB Aaron Murray, CB Chris Owens, C Eric Kush, DL Damion Square and OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif inactive for Week 7 against the Chargers.

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San Jose Mercury News Oct 6, 2014

Grading the 49ers' 22-17 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs

Here is how the 49ers graded out in their 22-17 home win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
San Jose Mercury News Oct 6, 2014

Report card: 49ers special teams rebound in mighty fashion to spark 22-17 win over Chiefs

Here is how the 49ers (3-2) graded in their 22-17 home win Sunday over the Kansas City Chiefs (2-3):Pass offense: Brandon Lloyd s 29-yard, air-show catch proved critical on the go-ahead drive and it served as thegame s only third-down conversion after halftime.

Report card: 49ers special teams rebound in mighty fashion to spark 22-17 win over Chiefs

Here is how the 49ers (3-2) graded in their 22-17 home win Sunday over the Kansas City Chiefs (2-3): Pass offense: Brandon Lloyd’s 29-yard, air-show catch proved critical on the go-ahead drive and it served as the game’s only third-down… Continue Reading →

Fake punt helps 49ers beat Chiefs, 22-17

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Colin Kaepernick threw for 201 yards and a touchdown, Frank Gore ran for 107 yards and the San Francisco 49ers converted a fake punt to beat the Kansas City Chiefs 22-17 on Sunday. The 49ers (3-2) turned to a trick play on fourth-and-1 from their own 29 early in the fourth quarter, giving a direct snap to Craig Dahl for a 3-yard run up the middle. Kaepernick directed the offense down field, and Phil Dawson kicked a 27-yard field goal with 8:42 to play for the go-ahead score. Dawson also connected from 55, 52, 35 and 30 yards. read more
San Jose Mercury News Oct 5, 2014
49ers beat Chiefs 22-17

49ers beat Chiefs 22-17

Colin Kaepernick and Jim Harbaugh spoil Alex Smith's homecoming as San Francisco 49ers run record to 3-2 with victory over Kansas City Chiefs

Final: 49ers rally for 22-17 win over Alex Smith-led Chiefs

A daring fake punt, an acrobatic catch and Phil Dawson’s field-goal perfection set in motion a fourth-quarter comeback that produced the 49ers’ second straight win Sunday. In the process, it spoiled Alex Smith’s bid to lead the Kansas City Chiefs… Continue Reading →
Sacramento Bee Oct 5, 2014

Live blog: Updates, insights from 49ers-Chiefs game, noon Oct. 5

The Bee's live blog featuring updates from Matt Barrows and other reporters will provide observations, opinions and other key information from the game between the San Francisco 49ers and Kansas City Chiefs. The live blog begins at noon and will run until well after the game concludes.

Chiefs QB Alex Smith returns to old stomping grounds Sunday

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Alex Smith was booed so many times on his home field at Candlestick Park, he has no idea how he might be received by the old fans when he runs out with the Chiefs to face the 49ers on Sunday. The 2005 No. 1 overall pick, Smith has clearly moved on from his tumultuous tenure with the Niners. Now comfortable and confident in his new job, he’s fresh off last month’s contract extension that could keep him in Kansas City through 2018. read more

Chiefs bring speed with Charles, power with Davis

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — At various times over the past few years, the Kansas City Chiefs have tried to find a bit of thunder to pair with their lightning. Each time, all they really found was a whisper. Thomas Jones, on the downside of his career. Peyton Hillis, a shell of his former self. Rather than provide a complement to speedster Jamaal Charles, they merely offered unproductive carries. But at long last, the Chiefs appear to have finally found their bruising back in the form of Knile Davis, someone who can take the pressure of their All-Pro in a meaningful way. read more
San Jose Mercury News Oct 2, 2014

49ers: Breaking down the Kansas City Chiefs

San Francisco 49ers vs. Kansas City Chiefs at Levi's Stadium on Sunday.

Chandler Jones, Dont'a Hightower limited

FOXBOROUGH, Mass. -- New England Patriots starting right defensive end Chandler Jones injured his right shoulder in Monday's loss to the Kansas City Chiefs and was limited in Wednesday's practice. Jones sustained the injury in the second quarter and missed four plays before returning to the game and being replaced for the final three series. The shoulder could have been a factor that contributed to some of Jones' struggles setting the edge in the running game, as the Chiefs ran to his side with success.

49ers prepare for familiar face in Chiefs' Alex Smith

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Alex Smith arrived in San Francisco with the pressure of being the No. 1 overall draft pick. He got called a draft bust, then turned the tide to win back those same fans who had booed him out of Candlestick Park. Smith got hurt, bounced back, started and was benched, then regained his job and lost it once more. All the while as he adjusted to a new offensive coordinator and system nearly every year. read more

Chiefs' Stephenson returns from 4-game suspension

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Right tackle Donald Stephenson is back with the Kansas City Chiefs. He’s just not back in the starting lineup. Stephenson returned from a four-game suspension for violating the NFL’s policy on performance-enhancing drugs Wednesday, but Chiefs coach Andy Reid said that Ryan Harris remains the starter on the right side and that Stephenson would have to work his way back into the mix. read more

Chiefs Player News

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    Chiefs injury report for Chargers week could make for some interesting secondary decisions

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