1. Chiefs' Reid remembers a late-season miracle in Philly to make the playoffs
By Jeffrey Flanagan - Fox Sports
"As grim as the Chiefs' playoff odds seem to be, coach Andy Reid has been in this situation before when he was coaching the Eagles.
"I don't remember the year -- there are too many of them -- but it was in Philadelphia and we needed someone to lose against a pretty good team in the last game and it happened," Reid said Monday. "I remember they had the score on the stadium scoreboard before the game and I remember being in the locker room and the place erupted before the game." READ MORE…
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Kansas City Chiefs vs the Pittsburgh Steelers on December 21, 2014
2. Keeler: Justin Houston is Chiefs' MVP of 2014
By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports
"If chaos was art, Justin Houston would be its Monet.
Mad Number 50 has racked up at least one sack in 12 of the Kansas City Chiefs' 15 games this season. At one point, he had a streak running of six straight contests with at least one takedown. When that ended, a few weeks later he started up another merciless streak, one running through five straight tilts so far." READ MORE…
3. 3 in the Kee: For a flawed, depleted Chiefs roster, 9-7 or 8-8 feels about right
By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports
"Admit it: If they'd have told you after Titans 26, Andy Gang 10, that you'd still be playing for a shot -- albeit a very, very, very, very, very, very long one -- at a postseason berth in Week 17, Kansas City Chiefs fans, you'd have bitten on that one. Hard.
Or if somebody told you (to coin a documentary promo) the Chiefs (8-7) would basically be without Derrick Johnson, Mike DeVito and Eric Berry for most of 2014 and yet still could finish with a winning record, you'd probably have snatched that one up, too." READ MORE…
4. Chiefs need plenty of help to return to playoffs
By AP - News-Press Now
"The Kansas City Chiefs did their playoff aspirations no help on Sunday.
Nor did they help out their fans trying to figure out what it'll take to get them in." READ MORE…
5. Kansas City Chiefs – TeamReport
By Thomas Reuters - Global Post
"Jamaal Charles took the handoff and banged into the middle of the line. The Steelers banged back, first by linebacker Lawrence Timmons, who stopped Charles' progress and then safety Will Allen came up and finished off the play, keeping Charles from falling forward for the first down.
"A touchdown; that's what we were trying to do," said Reid. "Hindsight, you say we probably should have kicked it but I knew a couple things there and I felt like we had a lot on the game sheet."" READ MORE…
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