Kansas City Chiefs

AFC West | 0-0
  • Passing Yards
    30th
    203.4 PYPG
  • Rushing Yards
    6th
    127.8 RYPG
  • Yards Per Game
    27th
    331.2 YPG
  • Arrowhead Pride

    Arrowheadlines: Kansas City Chiefs News 6/29

    Sometimes The Good Die Young from Sports Illustrated [originally published on Nov 7, 1983] Last Sunday, Oct. 30, Joe Delaney's team, the Kansas City Chiefs, played the Denver Broncos. And in Shreveport, down the road from Haughton, where Joe was reared, the Louisiana State Fair was in its last day. The signs said: IT'S YOUR FAIR—SO BE THERE, and for sure a goodly number of folks came out. Had he lived, Delaney last Sunday would have celebrated his 25th birthday while playing against the Broncos. But on June 29, 1983 he died, a gentleman and a hero, in Monroe, at Chenault Park, around two in the afternoon. Joe Delaney: Remembering the Player, the Hero, the Legacy from Chiefs.com Wednesday marks

  • The Cheat Sheet

    NFL: 3 Bold Predictions for the Philadelphia Eagles in 2016

    The Philadelphia Eagles have been one of the more successful teams in terms of their win-loss record over the past 15 years. Since 2000, the team has fallen below the .500 mark just three times, with the most recent coming in 2015 as they finished 7-9 overall. While the Eagles haven’t been bad by a long shot, they also haven’t found much playoff success. Over that 15-year span, the Eagles made just one Super Bowl, losing back in 2004. The start of the 2016 season marks a new era for the Eagles though, as they threw in the towel on Chip Kelly, and turned things over to former Kansas City Chief’s offensive coordinator Doug Pederson. Things weren’t always great for Kelly, but as their head coach,