1. Chiefs-Broncos scouting report
By Randy Covitz - Kansas City Star
"Jamaal Charles carried just twice for 4 yards before leaving the week two game at Denver because of an ankle sprain, but Knile Davis ran for 79 yards and two touchdowns and quarterback Alex Smith scrambled for five times for 42 yards as the Chiefs controlled the ball for 36 minutes. The Chiefs, who rank No. 4 in rushing offense, will be going against the No. 2 defense against the run, though Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall, their leading tackler, is coming off a concussion." READ MORE…
Photo Gallery: SNF Bus at HyVee
The NBC Sunday Night Football Bus was parked at HyVee on Saturday to help the Chiefs and Farmland Foods with collecting food for Harvesters.
2. Chiefs coach Andy Reid sprinkles in college-style concepts to keep opponents off balance
By Terez Paylor - Kansas City Star
"Andy Reid has long been respected for the diversity of his offense, and this season, the Chiefs' coach has not been afraid to add a little spice to his extensive West Coast playbook.
One of the ways Reid and offensive coordinator Doug Pederson have kept teams off balance is by occasionally mixing in "combination" or "packaged" plays, which blur the line of what a run or pass play should be." READ MORE…
3. Mailbag: Will Chiefs go after RG III?
By Adam Teicher - ESPN
"The Chiefs are committed to Smith in both the draft picks they had to give up to get him and the contract extension they signed him to over the summer. They're in no position and no mood to spend another pick or two and fork over money to Robert Griffin III. Smith has met the expectations the Chiefs had when they traded for him. They can always change their mind on this but at this point I don't see it happening." READ MORE…
4. Denver-Kansas City: How Chiefs beat Broncos in a must-win game
By Cory Wire - Fox Sports
"In the impressively competitive AFC -- where 11 of the 16 teams are .500 or better -- we may be watching a developing race that will require teams to win at least 10 games to have a shot at the playoffs. The Chiefs -- currently 7-4 -- should be treating their upcoming contest in Arrowhead Stadium with the AFC West-leading Broncos as a must-win situation." READ MORE…
5. Tennessee Volunteers honor Eric Berry
"Tennessee plans to wear helmet stickers honoring Kansas City Chiefs defensive back and former Volunteers star Eric Berry during Saturday's game at Vanderbilt.
Vols coach Butch Jones tweeted a picture Saturday that showed a red arrowhead with the message "29 Strong VFL" and said it would be added to each player's helmet. Berry wears No. 29 for the Chiefs. The term "VFL" stands for "Vol For Life."" READ MORE…
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