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Kansas City Chiefs: Eric Berry needs a long-term deal

For the first time since 2010, the Kansas City Chiefs won the AFC West title. It’s safe to say that five-time Pro Bowl free safety Eric Berry had a big hand in the team’s 12-4 season. How big? The seven-year pro finished second on the club with 77 tackles. Show More Summary

Five players Kansas City Chiefs should target in the 2017 NFL Draft

1 of 6 | NEXT » The Kansas City Chiefs are so close, and yet so far from winning the Super Bowl. The Chiefs finally won the AFC West this year for the first time during Andy Reid’s tenure. While they have found a lot of success under Reid, they have won just one playoff game in his four seasons. Show More Summary

Marquette King and Travis Kelce, who once taunted each other, are now BFFs at the Pro Bowl

Patching up friendships is the real reason the Pro Bowl still exists. Only six weeks after Travis Kelce and Marquette King engaged in a war of dances, words, and fire-emoji Tweets, the two AFC West rivals showed they’re back on friendly terms at the Pro Bowl. Show More Summary

Chiefs just keep finding ways to break fans’ hearts in the NFL playoffs

Kansas City is 1-9 in its last 10 postseason games, and some of those losses have been doozies. This season was supposed to be different. The Chiefs rallied to an AFC West title behind a dominant defensive effort and an explosive offensive attack. Show More Summary

Chiefs say Justin Houston, Spencer Ware back this week

The Chiefs closed out the regular season without having linebacker Justin Houston or running back Spencer Ware on the field because of injuries, but the week off that came with the AFC West title and No. 2 seed in the conference has treated them well. Coach Andy Reid gave an update on the team’s injured…

Chiefs' win, Raiders' loss sets AFC playoff bracket, with Kansas City as AFC West champs

With the conclusion of the second set of Week 17 games, the six-team seeding for the AFC playoffs has been set. Going into the day, the big question was in the AFC West, where the Oakland Raiders could have finished as high as the No. Show More Summary

Jack Del Rio: We didn’t run it enough in Week 17

The Raiders went into Week 17 with a chance to clinch the AFC West with a victory over the Broncos, but they went down in a 24-6 loss that will send them to Houston for the Wild Card round of the playoffs. On Monday, Raiders coach Jack Del Rio pointed to a poor game on…

John Elway: QB was biggest concern last year, but not this year

The Broncos won in Week 17 to keep the Raiders from winning the AFC West, but their own playoff hopes went up in smoke thanks to three losses over the previous three weeks. The team produced just 23 points in those three losses, which led to questions about whether the Broncos would start Paxton Lynch…

Chargers fire coach Mike McCoy as team weighs possible L.A. move

2 months agoNews : NY Daily News

The Chargers fired Mike McCoy following a second straight last-place finish in the AFC West and a third straight season out of the playoffs.

Chiefs win AFC West, claim AFC’s No. 2 seed

The Chiefs pulled away from the Chargers Sunday and won, 37-27. The win gives the Chiefs their first AFC West title since 2010 and makes the Chiefs the No. 2 seed in the AFC playoffs. They won’t play next week and await the highest-seeded survivor of the AFC’s wildcard round. The Chiefs needed to win…

Chiefs topple Chargers and clinch AFC West title

Alex Smith threw for two touchdowns and ran for another, and the Kansas City Chiefs clinched the AFC West title and a first-round playoff bye with a 37-27 victory Sunday against the Chargers in perhaps the final NFL game in San Diego.  The Chiefs (12-4) clinched the division with the win and Oakland's...

Chiefs' win, Raiders' loss sets AFC playoff bracket, with Kansas City as AFC West champs

The Chiefs’ Tyreek Hill was a blur during his punt return touchdown. (Getty Images) With the conclusion of the second set of Week 17 games, the six-team seeding for the AFC playoffs has been set. Going into the day, the big question was in the AFC West, where the Oakland Raiders could have finished as high as the No. Show More Summary

There could be plenty of Raiders fans in Denver

As the Broncos finish a season that won’t end with a playoff berth for the first time since 2010, they’ll be hosting a Raiders team playing for an AFC West title and a first-round bye. As a result, the Broncos should be bracing for plenty of Raiders fans to show up for Sunday’s game. The secondary…

Winning AFC West a distinct possibility for Kansas City Chiefs

The current regime for the Kansas City Chiefs has been very successful, but they have yet to win a division title in their four years. Despite finishing with a winning record in each of Andy Reid’s four seasons in Kansas City, the Chiefs have yet to finish first in the AFC West during his tenure. Show More Summary

KC seeks AFC West title; Chargers face possible SD finale

What totally different experiences the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers could have Sunday afternoon at Qualcomm Stadium        

Chiefs seek AFC West title vs bottom-dweller Chargers

Chiefs seek AFC West title vs bottom-dweller Chargers        

Raiders look to wrap up AFC West title

Raiders look to wrap up AFC West title        

Chiefs’ doinked field goal win vs. Broncos put both teams on different paths

Kansas City’s overtime win in Week 12 altered the entire AFC West. The reigning Super Bowl 50 champion Denver Broncos will sit out the postseason after being eliminated from playoff contention last week. To pinpoint the moment when everything...Show More Summary

NFL 2016: What is Mike McCoy’s future with the San Diego Chargers?

It’s safe to say that NFL owners have not shown a lot of patience this year. Is Mike McCoy of the San Diego Chargers about to learn this lesson as well? It was three years ago that the one-time offensive coordinator of the AFC West rival Denver Broncos took over for Norv Turner. Show More Summary

Kansas City Chiefs vs. San Diego Chargers Betting Odds, Analysis and NFL Pick

The Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) will try to put themselves into position to win the AFC West title and earn a first-round bye in the playoffs when they visit the San Diego Chargers (5-10) as solid road favorites Sunday. The Chiefs suddenly...Show More Summary

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