1. Patriots' offense struggling, but Tom Brady offers familiar challenge for Chiefs' defense
By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star
"Just two weeks after he was forced to prepare for one sure-fire, future Hall-of-Fame quarterback in Denver's Peyton Manning, Chiefs defensive coordinator Bob Sutton has gone through the same drill to get ready for another in New England's Tom Brady.
Sutton said you're never going to believe this, but there are similarities between the two. Manning might use more no-huddle, but when it comes to knowledge of the game, both are on point." READ MORE…
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2. Chiefs mailbag: Will Charles' role change?
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
" Here is this week's edition of the Kansas City Chiefs mailbag. To ask a question for a future edition, send it to me via Twitter (@adamteicher) and tag it #ChiefsMail.
@adamteicher: I'm not going to suggest that Jamaal Charles won't continue to be a big part of the Chiefs' plans or that he won't have games in which he gets the ball a lot. The Chiefs didn't give him a new contract so they could start phasing him out. But I think the days are over when they rely on him so heavily week in and week out. I could see Knile Davis most weeks keeping some sort of significant role. " READ MORE…
3. Belichick, Reid have history with franchise Qbs
By AP - Fox Sports
"Tom Brady and Bill Belichick arrived in New England together, one an overlooked sixth-round pick out of Michigan and the other a failed head coach during his first stint in Cleveland.
Over the more than a decade, they've learned together. Grown together. They've won together." READ MORE…
4. Game Preview: Patriots vs. Chiefs
By Pete Sweeney - KCChiefs.com
"According to the Guinness Book of World Records, the magic number is 137.7 decibels.
To give you some perspective, that's louder than a jackhammer (95 dB), a motorcycle (100 dB) and a loud rock concert (115 dB). But most importantly, it's louder than the self-dubbed "12th Man" was at Century Link Stadium in Seattle on December 2, 2013 (137.6 dB)." READ MORE…
5. Philip Robertson to Adjudicate Guinness World Record Attempt
By Rachel Santschi - KCChiefs.com
"To help with the record attempt, the Chiefs have brought in an adjudicator from GWR, Philip Robertson.
"As an adjudicator my role is to ensure that Guinness World Records guidelines are followed in making the attempt and ultimately make a determination on whether a record has been achieved," Robertson explained." READ MORE…
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