Top 5 Headlines 11/6: Chiefs Midseason Review

Daily headlines to keep you up-to-date on the latest Chiefs news from local and national media

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1. Midseason report: Kansas City Chiefs

By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com

"In the first half of this season, the Kansas City Chiefs have played one of the NFL's most difficult schedules, lost two Pro Bowlers plus three other starters to injuries, and dropped a home game against the Tennessee Titans, now one of the league's worst teams.

So the Chiefs will happily accept their 5-3 record. "    READ MORE…

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2. Kansas City at Buffalo- Preview

By AP - Fox Sports

"Kyle Orton has received nothing but praise since taking over as the starting quarterback for the Buffalo Bills.

He hasn't dramatically increased the offense's production, nor has that unit taken care of the ball any better since the move was made, but it's Orton's veteran leadership that has the Bills buzzing and seeking a fourth victory in five games Sunday against the visiting Kansas City Chiefs."    READ MORE…

3. Bills' Sammy Watkins, Fred Jackson both hurting

By Randy Covitz - The Kansas CIty Star

"The Buffalo Bills could be without two key playmakers when they face the Chiefs on Sunday.

Rookie wide receiver Sammy Watkins, the club's first-round draft pick from Clemson and the club's leading receiver, was unable to finish practice on Wednesday because of a groin injury. Running back Fred Jackson, who missed the Bills' last game on Oct. 26 against the Jets because of a groin injury, was a limited participant in practice. "    READ MORE…

4. Anthony Sherman, Kansas City Chiefs reach extension

By Chris Wesseling - NFL.com

"The Kansas City Chiefs have locked up one of the NFL's best lead blockers.

The team announced Tuesday that fullback Anthony Sherman has signed a contract extension."    READ MORE…

5. Fired Up Fans: Chiefs Nation knows how to bring the noise

By Sid Saraf - Fox Sports

"When it comes to being loud, Kansas City Chiefs fans take the cake.

Oh, sure, you might hear a bunch of propaganda from the Pacific Northwest about the Seahawks and the 12th Man. And while they might indeed think they're loud, only one fanbase can claim this:"    READ MORE…

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