1. Quietly, the Chiefs' Andy Reid is making a case for NFL Coach of the Year
By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports Kansas City
"Sentiment favors Mike Pettine, common sense favors Bruce Arians, and both are understandable: The Browns look feisty, the Cardinals look superb. Arians' Arizona bunch posted a 7-1 mark through the first half of the season despite playing three tilts without quarterback Carson Palmer and missing a half-dozen critical defensive players at one point or another. In the angriest, most physical division in football, the Birds are the toughest dudes on the baddest block.
But as we hit the NFL's back nine and start to seriously consider the race for Coach of the Year, keep this in mind: It's not as if Andy Reid lives in the NFC South." READ MORE…
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The Kansas City Chiefs visit the Buffalo Bills in week 10 of the 2014 season.
2. Chiefs cornerback Ron Parker impresses against ex-Clemson star Sammy Watkins
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
" NFL players can be an unforgiving lot, so whenever somebody messes up on the field — a fumble, a dropped interception, whatever — you can bet they take their share of razzing.
Chiefs cornerback Ron Parker knows this all too well. He'd made the mistake of dropping a late interception a week ago, and ever since his teammates didn't mind dropping the occasional reminder." READ MORE…
3. Chiefs' win would have been impossible without Andy Reid
By Sam Mellinger - The Kansas City Star
"The Chiefs came here to the cold and the wind and the rain of upstate New York and they got beat. They were outplayed. Beaten at the line of scrimmage. Outgained by almost a hundred yards.
This is a game the Chiefs have lost dozens of times before, and would've lost once more if not for three stubborn factors in their favor: Turnovers, defense and Andy Reid." READ MORE…
4. Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles shows he's tough as well as fast
By Vahe Gregorian - The Kansas City Star
"Over and over again by now, you'll have seen the replays of Jamaal Charles prancing through vast prairie for a 39-yard touchdown on a fourth-and-1 misdirection pitch early in the fourth quarter Sunday at Ralph Wilson Stadium.
"You get him in open space like that," quarterback Alex Smith said, "and he does the rest."" READ MORE…
5. Chiefs smash through barrier by rallying for win
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"The stat sheet shows the Kansas City Chiefs scored just 17 points and registered only 278 yards Sunday against the Buffalo Bills and those seemingly dubious achievements are usually hardly worth celebrating.
As stats sometimes can be, those numbers are misleading. The Chiefs actually climbed a mountain in beating the Bills 17-13 at Ralph Wilson Stadium. They smashed through a barrier by rallying to win for the first time after trailing by double digits since Andy Reid arrived as coach and Alex Smith as quarterback last year." READ MORE…
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