Kansas City Chiefs Improve Offense, Look For Postseason Return

The Kansas City Chiefs were one of the teams to make a free agency splash that immediately impacted their team. To go along with All-Pro running back Jamaal Charles, who is prepped to have another monster season, Kansas City signed former Philadelphia wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to give the Chiefs a legit threat on the […]

3 weeks ago by Joe Sudberg

In defense of Alex Smith

The Kansas City Chiefs have had the good fortune of having two Hall of Fame quarterbacks (Len Dawson and Joe Montana) play for the team in their history. Yes, I know Montana’s time in KC had nothing to do with the Hall of Fame, but few teams have had 2 HOF QB’s go through their […]

4 weeks ago by mattfromkc

All Kansas City Chiefs Preseason Games Have Get-in Prices of $5 Or Less

Andy Reid took the Kansas City Chiefs to the Wild Card Round of the 2013 NFL playoffs as the Chiefs posted an unexpected 11-5 regular season record, but year two wasn’t as successful, missing out on the playoff picture completely. With an offense that experienced severe struggles at times putting points on the board, the […]

last month by Joe Sudberg

What are Justin Houston’s options?

“Houston, we have a contract.” Those are words every Chiefs fan is hoping to hear at some point today, guaranteeing that star linebacker Justin Houston will remain a Chief for years to come. Today marks the deadline for signing a long-term deal (3:00 p.m. CT!), so I thought I would take a look at some […]

last month by mattfromkc

Evaluating the Chiefs’ drafts: Who’s still on the roster?

The Chiefs drafted 9 players this year and head into training camp with 24 rookies on the roster. It is difficult to predict how many of those will make the final 53-man roster before the season starts, but it is fun to look back at previous drafts and see which players have thrived and surprised. […]

June 2015 by mattfromkc

Can Alex Smith lead the Chiefs to a Super Bowl?

In the history of the NFL, no position is more important than the Quarterback. In fact, since 1957 when the NFL MVP was first given out, QB’s have won 38 of the 58 total awards. Having an elite QB is certainly looked upon as a necessity to be successful in the NFL, but exactly how […]

May 2015 by mattfromkc

The Chiefs’ opponents new draft picks: Who will they see in 2015?

The past several days have been a whirlwind of college football players being drafted and others who were undrafted being invited to try out for NFL teams. Below is a look at notable draft picks for the 20 teams that the Chiefs will face in 2015, including preseason opponents: Preseason Arizona Cardinals: The Cardinals added […]

May 2015 by mattfromkc
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Marcus Peters: the Kansas City Chiefs’ new Cornerback

The Kansas City Chiefs selected CB Marcus Peters from the University of Washington with the 18th selection in the first round of the 2015 NFL Draft. This selection fills a need for depth in the Chiefs’ secondary, and several experts and sportswriters had the Chiefs selecting a CB in the first round. Below is a […]

May 2015 by mattfromkc

Mock drafts and the Kansas City Chiefs: Who will they select?

The 2015 NFL Draft is drawing increasingly close and is only 2 days away. Mock drafts have sprung up everywhere as experts have provided their opinions, whether those opinions are based on in-depth knowledge or research or simply just the thought that a certain player fills a team’s need. As a Kansas City Chiefs fan, […]

April 2015 by mattfromkc

The Chiefs’ 2015 schedule and early prediction, Part II:

In my previous post, I took a look at the Chiefs first half of the season and gave my predictions, which included the Chiefs going 7-1, with their only loss coming at Green Bay. The second half features one more primetime game and 5 divisional matchups. Here is how I think they will finish the […]

April 2015 by mattfromkc