1. Chiefs linebacker Mauga preps to face former team
By AP - KCChiefs.com
"Finally healthy and given a shot to start, veteran linebacker Josh Mauga suddenly leads the resurgent Kansas City Chiefs in tackles nearing the midway point of the season.
Never heard of him? The New York Jets can give you a primer." READ MORE…
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2. Prediction: Chiefs will beat Jets
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"The move to Michael Vick at quarterback might help the New York Jets on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs, but it won't be enough to allow them to win the game. The Chiefs have the league's No. 1 pass defense and are getting better. They lead the league in sacks per pass play and playing at Arrowhead Stadium only helps their rush.
The Chiefs have allowed a league-low 17 pass receptions of 20 or more yards. They yielded such plays by the bushel last season. " READ MORE…
3. Chiefs safety Eric Berry to play against Jets on Sunday
By Randy Covitz - The Kansas City Star
"Chiefs Pro Bowl free safety Eric Berry is expected to play on Sunday against the New York Jets, his first appearance since suffering a high ankle sprain in week two at Denver.
Coach Andy Reid wouldn't say what role Berry would play, or whether he would regain his starting position in place of Husain Abdullah, who is the club's third-leading tackler and has intercepted one pass, returning it 39 yards for a touchdown against New England. " READ MORE…
4. Sheldon Richardson's big-time play, personality is going over well in New York
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
"Sheldon Richardson has never lacked confidence, nor has he ever met a microphone he did not like.
During his tenure at Missouri from 2011 to 2012, the hyper-athletic defensive tackle always knew he one day play in the NFL, and he wasn't shy about telling people. " READ MORE…
5. After the Royals' Blue October, what can the Chiefs do for an encore?
By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports Kansas CIty
"Well, other than the ending, that was fun, wasn't it? OK, Chiefs, you're up. Have at it. No pressure.
"While we're winning a game and they're chanting Royals chants, I see nothing wrong with that," Kansas City punter Dustin Colquitt said. "It would be different if we were losing and we're hearing Royals chants. That's where I would say, like, 'Hold on now, remember us?'"" READ MORE…
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