Winter is coming.

AFC - 2017 Regular Season



AFC East

Team Owner Ovr Div
Lethal 4-2 0-0
maori Rugger
3-4 0-0
SyrcsePride
5-2 0-0
PacknLipper 1-7 0-0

AFC North


Team Owner Ovr
Div
TStrohbros 5-3 0-0
CCBeaver 1-6 0-0
Ovfd55 5-2 0-0
Luigi 5-2 0-0

AFC South


Team Owner Ovr Div
Vanflank 5-2 0-0
Dardman50 3-4 0-0
Zoufan 6-1 0-0
Nwstudly 3-3 0-0

AFC West


Team Owner Ovr Div
Bizzy 5-2 0-0
Widow 2-5 0-0
Doublenutt 1-6 0-0
OJ jr 3-4 0-0





October 2017

MonTueWedThuFriSatSun
      1
2345678
9101112131415
16171819202122
23242526272829
3031     

Calendar Calendar


The KC Post

Share
avatar
no1xdraftpck
~OG~ will cut you

Posts : 205
Join date : 2011-11-16
Location : MD

The KC Post

Post by no1xdraftpck on Fri Jan 10, 2014 5:35 am

You're Number 1 Source for all Chiefs news and updates!

Welcome folks to another promising season as Dwho kicks off its fourth season! The 2015 season came to an abrupt end for the Chiefs as they suffered a Wildcard playoff loss to the Jacksonville Jaguars. Owner Jared Ross was furious and cleaned house, firing 3 year head Coach Andy Reid and his staff. When asked about the firing coach Reid had this to say: " We came into the season with goals and expectations. We were able to accomplish some of the expectations but didn't come close to achieving the ultimate goal we had set for ourselves. Knowing that, I'm not shocked about the decision, its been a good run in KC".

Coach Reid wasn't the only one asked to leave the team, several high caliber players were excused from team meetings earlier, indicating that they would no longer be members of the team.

Players that left:

CB - D.Robinson - Retired*
CB - M.Jenkins - FA
WR - K.Dorsey - FA*
HB - C.Gray - FA

SS - Q.Demps - Released
LG - M.Reynolds - Released
WR - A,Jenkins - Released
LE - T.Jackson - Released*
ROLB - T.Hali - Released*
MLB - A.Jordan - Released
RE - M.Devito - Released*
WR - D.Bowe - Released*
QB - T.Tebow - Released

HB - J.Charles - Traded (Jags)*
TE - T.Kelce - Traded (Jags)*
FS - E.Berry - Traded (Patriots)*
DT - S.Meeske - Traded (Bills)*

* - Denotes starter last season

Players that arrived:

CB - D.McCray - Trade (Jags)
FS - J.Holder - Trade (Patriots)
HB - S.Vereen - Trade (Jags)
DE - D.Moch - Trade (Jags)
DE - D.Bowers - Trade (Titans)

P - B.Fields - FA
WR - K.Dorsey - FA
WR - K.Britt - FA
SS - T.Polamalu - FA

QB - C.Mosely - Rookie 1st(13th)
LE - D.Stalin - Rookie 1st(23rd)
TE - R.Ambrose - Rookie
CB - D.Provost - Rookie
HB - C.Chubb - Rookie
TE - P.Handy - Rookie
MLB - D.Reve - Rookie
MLB - S.June - Rookie
ROLB - N.Eliaan - Rookie

2016 KC Schedule:

1 - vs. OAK (W) 35-0
2 - vs. NE (W) 31-0
3 - @ WAS
4 - @ PHI
BYE WEEK
6 - vs. HOU
7 - @ DEN
8 - @ JAX
9 - vs. DAL
10 - vs. TEN
11 - vs. NYG
12 - vs. DEN
13 - @ OAK
14 - vs. SD
15 - @ IND
16 - @ PIT
17 - @ SD

Things to note:
- Match up vs. NFC EAST
- 3 Road games to end the season
- Plays division rival SD late, week 14 & 17
- Plays against teams KC traded with during the off-season. ( week 2 - Patriots ) ( week 8 - Jaguars) ( week 10 - Titans )
======================================================
Week 1 Recap: Oakland Raiders @ KC
Final Score: 0-35

The Chiefs enter 2016 with a chip on their shoulders. New head coach , new players , new attitude , how will it translate to the field? How about a 35-0 shutout victory in front of a sell out home crowd in your 1st ever game? Well that's the case for two members of the KC Chiefs. First year Head Coach T.Single and Rookie QB sensation C.Mosley did everything and more to earn the respect of the home crowd and put KC back on the radar.

With some many different faces on the roster this season, many fans were worried the team wouldn't have any chemistry to begin the season. People bitched and moaned about how silly it was that the Chiefs overturned a lot of the staff & roster. Loyal fans of SB winning QB T.Bray expressed their displeasure with the organizations decision to draft Mosley by burning a sex doll with the name "Mosley" printed on the forehead in front of the stadium before one of the chiefs home pre-season games.

But NOW, the same fans who were mocking Owner Ross and the rest of the organization are the same fans who are selling out the concession stands after the performance put on by rookie QB C.Mosley week 1 against the Raiders. Here's a recap of both teams stats':

QB - T.Pryor - (8/24) 55 yards 3 INT's
QB - C.Mosley - (10/15) 148 yards 4 TD's

HB - D.McFadden - 15 att 37 yards
HB - S.Vereen - 15 att 84 yards
QB - C.Mosley - 4 att 72 yards 1 TD
HB - C.Chubb - 2 att 17 yards
HB - M.Hickman - 2 att 8 yards
FB - A.Sherman - 1 att 11 yards

Total Yards - 115 / 340
Pass Yards - 78 / 148
Rush Yards - 37 / 192
Pass TD's - 0 / 4
Rush TD's - 0 / 1
1st Downs - 8 / 12
3rd down % - 40% / 66%

KC Game Notes:

WR - K.Britt 1st Catch as a Chief went for 22 yards. ( Only catch of day )

TE Rookies' P.Handy & R.Ambrose each had 2 receptions and 1 TD

WR - D.Magee starts season off with 4 receptions 74 yards 2 TD's. ( Magee was Offensive Rookie Of Year and won Best WR award back in 2014.)

FS - J.Holder (Player received in Berry trade) 4 Tackles 1 INT 1 FF

LB - J.Houston - 1st game playing without OLB T.Hali ever in his career. 4 Tackles 1 INT
=======================================================
Week 2 Recap: New England Patriots @ KC
Final Score: 0-31

They're aren't many times where you see a shutout in Dwho so when you get one your season should already feel accomplished. Yeah, try telling the KC Chiefs shutouts are rare, because they just got their second one in a row, this time defeating the New England Patriots 31-0. Truth be told, the game wasn't played to its full entirely, but you take what's given to you and move on to the next game.

The Chiefs were coming off a huge high beating their rivals 35-0 but knew they couldn't take the Patriots lightly. The game started off back and forth, both teams testing each other out. QB Mosley was somewhat quite in the passing game but came up with crucial completions when needed. For the second straight game he's also ran the ball on a QB designed run and gotten a TD. The Chiefs were able to capitalize on their drives, scoring TD's on almost every attempt. The stats looked like this:

QB - N.Vega - (6/11) 92 yards 1 INT
QB - T.Bray - (1/1) 26 yards
QB - C.Mosley - (12/16) 165 yards 2 TD's

HB - S.Ridley - 12 att 65 yards (1 TD*)
HB - D.Barriere - 4 att 25 yards
HB - S.Vereen - 16 att 132 yards 1 TD
HB - C.Chubb - 2 att 8 yards
QB - C.Mosley - 1 att 28 yards 1 TD
FB - B.Wilson - 1 att 3 yards

KC Game Notes:

WR - K.Britt - 3 receptions 32 yards 1 TD (Back to back games)

TE - R.Ambrose - 4 receptions 79 yards 1 TD (Back to back games)

LB - J.Houston - 5 Tackles

DW(Defensive weapon) - D.Moch - 2 Tackles 1 INT

DT - D.Poe - 3 Tackles 1 Sack (Chiefs 1st of year)

Total Yards - 175 / 359
Pass Yards - 85 / 188
Rush Yards - 90 / 171
Pass TD's - 0 / 2
Rush TD's - (1) / 2
1st Downs - 8 / 12
3rd down% - 25% / 83%
=====================================================
Week 3 Preview: KC @ Washington Redskins
2-0 @ 1-1

Redskins:

Total Offense Yards - 1153 yards
Total Defensive Yards - 881 yards
Turnovers: 9

QB - R.G 3 - 737 Passing Yards (1st in league)
HB - L.Good - 179 rushing yards - 6'3" 229 LBS Rookie
WR - D.Loften - 6'6" 242 LBS - 188 receiving yards

Things To Watch For:

- Redskins Scary Pass Attack -
WR - D. Loften - 11 rec 188 yards 1 TD
WR - J.Hunter 6 rec 174 yards 1 TD
WR - W.Welker - 6 rec 133 yards 1 TD

- Chiefs Balanced Rush Attack -
HB - S.Vereen - 216 yards 1 TD
QB - C.Mosley - 5 att 100 yards 2 TD's

- Rookie Showdown -
HB - L.Good - 179 yards 3 TD's
QB - C.Mosley - 413 total yards 8 Total TD's
WR - D.Loften - 6'6" drafted 8th ovr
TE's - P.Handy & R.Ambrose - #1,2 TE's

- Redskins 336 Pass Yards vs. Packers - 4 Pass TD's
- Chiefs allowed 85 Pass Yards (Patriots)
- Chiefs allowed 78 Pass Yards (Raiders)

 Around the League: Games to keep an eye on

1) Seattle(2-0) @ Arizona(2-0)

2) Denver(2-0) @ Giants (1-0)

3) Browns @ Steelers

4) Colts @ 49ers
avatar
bizzyrg

Posts : 1173
Join date : 2012-03-10

Re: The KC Post

Post by bizzyrg on Fri Jan 10, 2014 1:45 pm

- Chiefs allowed 85 Pass Yards (Patriots)
- Chiefs allowed 78 Pass Yards (Raiders)



Thats just mean. smh
avatar
ocwrestler23

Posts : 124
Join date : 2011-07-06

Re: The KC Post

Post by ocwrestler23 on Fri Jan 10, 2014 3:39 pm

I wanna play
avatar
G Waffle19

Posts : 469
Join date : 2012-03-21
Location : Pittsburgh

Re: The KC Post

Post by G Waffle19 on Fri Jan 10, 2014 5:46 pm

im a game to keep an eye on in week 3 against Tosh, why put that pressure on me.
avatar
HittinAgenda
Spokesperson for DWHO's LBGTQ Chapter

Posts : 371
Join date : 2011-07-25
Age : 40
Location : Home

Re: The KC Post

Post by HittinAgenda on Sun Jan 12, 2014 8:59 am

no1xdraftpck wrote:the same fans who are selling out the concession stands


^^ I think this speaks more to the rampant obesity and public drunkenness of the KC fans than DP's always stellar play.  


Nice write-up!  I'm looking forward to adding at least one more shutout to your 2016 schedule.


_________________



[12/04/12 22:00:06] grimlock11 : this 3way is possibly the biggest cluster fuk ive seen since spawnies turned off the lights and played "who's in my mouth"

[02/23/13 20:44:02] @ HittinAgenda: someone look up who has the 14th pick
[20:44:31] G Waffle19 : you do asshole

[05/17/13 12:07:45] @ HittinAgenda: You made your friend gay.
[12:07:56] @ zoufan : Ok it was me



[12/20/13 14:27:05] [b]Boseefus : [/b]like i desperately want to make love to a school boy
 
avatar
no1xdraftpck
~OG~ will cut you

Posts : 205
Join date : 2011-11-16
Location : MD

Week 3 & 4 . Week 6 Preview

Post by no1xdraftpck on Fri Jan 17, 2014 1:22 am

Week 3 Recap: Chiefs @ Redskins
Final Score: 30 @ 33

Total Yards - 434 / 434
Pass Yards - 256 / 249
Rush Yards - 178 / 185
Pass TD's - 1 / 2
Rush TD's - 3 / 1
3rd Down % - 33% / 37%
TO's - 2 / 0


Well all good things must come to an end eventually... That's exactly what happened when the Chiefs traveled to Washington and lost 30 - 33 . Chiefs begin the young season 0-1 on the road, something fans know all too often. The Chiefs lack of production on the road seems to be the Achilles heel of this team. The slow starts on the road is the main reason for concern. Getting down early to opponents of this caliber is not a recipe for success. The Chiefs were forced to play catch - up football most of the game , with a slight opportunity to gain the advantage , ultimately coming up short.

Chiefs rookie QB - C.Mosely had his first career taste of a loud opposing home crowd. He seemed rattled, not himself, and it showed resulting in his first interception of the season. The Redskins had a good gameplan around Mosely. They were able to shutdown his 1st read majority of the time which caused him to take chances with the ball elsewhere. One bright spot of the game: QB - Mosely continues to torch opponents with his blazing speed. Racking up 81 rush yards and 2 TD's. Giving him a career total of 259 yards and 6 TD's in just 4 games.


Player Spotlight:


QB - C.Mosely - (14/21) 256 yards 1 TD 1 INT
QB - R.Griffin III - (14/21) 261 yards 2 TD's

RB - S.Vereen - 11 att 36 yards
QB - C.Mosely - 5 att 81 yards 2 TD's
RB - C.Chubb - 3 att 61 yards 1 TD
RB - L.Good - 19 att 102 yards 1 TD
QB - R.Griffin III - 4 att 8 yards
RB - F.Barclay - 3 att 64 yards
RB - T.Hickman - 2 att 10 yards

TE - R.Ambrose - 5 rec 78 yards
WR - K.Dorsey - 2 rec 39 yards
TE - D.Carr - 4 rec 64 yards 1 TD
RB - L.Good - 3 rec 25 yards
WR - D.Loften - 3 rec 78 yards


It was the first loss of the season , first loss for new head coach , first loss for rookie QB Mosely, but most importantly an opportunity to learn from mistakes. Next week they face another NFC East opponent; the Philadelphia Eagles. Can they shake off this loss and play a more consistent game in Philly. Or will the road atmosphere get to Mosely and the Chiefs?

======================================================

Week 4 Recap: Chiefs @ Eagles
Final Score: 44 @ 27

The Chiefs were anxiously awaiting the new week so that they could move on from their loss a week ago in Washington. Its wonderful how much a team can change in just one week. Going into the game without their starting RB - S.Verren ( lost to injury week 3 ) , some questioned whether they were capable of coming out here with a win. Well those who questioned can just " shud da fuq up " because the Chiefs came into Philly and walked out with a 44 - 27 win.


Coming off a bad week, QB C.Mosely had to shake it off and earn the win for his team. No starting RB meant an opportunity for RB - M.Hickman to earn his 1st career start in the NFL. He made the best of his opportunity grabbing 123 yards and 1 TD. "Hicks, showed some real guts out there. He ran every play hard and finished his runs into tacklers. I liked the amount of effort he showed in this game and with RB S.Vereen still most likely out for week 6's game VS. the Texans Hickman should get the start again." - Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach said after the win.


WR - K.Dorsey stepped up his play, hauling in 5 receptions for 112 yards and 1 TD. QB - C.Mosely was able to spread the ball around hitting targets such as WR K.Britt ( 5 for 76 yards) and TE R.Ambrose (6 for 56 yards).

Chiefs Defense - 4 Interceptions , 1 Sack

Rookie CB - D.Provost - 1st Career INT (Known for best hands on team)
======================================================

Week 6 Preview: Texans @ Chiefs ( stats as of 1/15 )

Texans - (2-2)
Wk1 - 14 @ Jaguars 32
Wk2 - 22 VS. Arizona 38
Wk3 - 24 VS. Patriots 17
Wk4 - 34 @ 49ers 31
Wk5 - Against Denver

Team Ranks:
23.5 points per game (21st)
220.5 pass yards per game (20th)

Team Leaders:
QB - R.Gonzalez - (60/108) 993 pass yards 8 TD's 10 INT's
HB - M.Smith - 48 atts 205 yards
HB - D.Mileson - 33 atts 127 yards 3 TD's

WR - L.Fitzgerald - 17 rec 287 yards 1 TD
WR - A.Johnson - 15 rec 218 yards 3 TD's
TE - O.Daniels - 14 receptions 266 yards 3 TD's

What Chiefs need to do to win:
- Secondary must be on their toes facing deadly WR duo (AJ/Fitz)
- Keep the run game going - (1st in Rush Yards Per Game)
- Don't beat yourself - Limit the amount of bad decisions you make, and brush off the ones you do.
- Contain HB - M.Smith early.
======================================================

Around The League:(As of 1/15)
5 Teams left undefeated - 2 most surprising(sort of) Browns & Jets

Interesting off-season for both of these teams. The Browns organization had a shake up in the GM position which led to Tosh overseeing the team. Meanwhile, after finding internal peace and happiness, Zuke was suddenly introduced as the new Jets GM. Fast forward to week 5 of the season and both these owners have found no jet lag taking over their teams. Both are undefeated and can be 5-0 going into week 6. No matter what happens here on out, its a pretty remarkable start considering where these teams were this time last season.


Team Stats!(As of 1/15)

Total Yards Per Game:
- Bengals - 490.3
- Vikings - 472.8
- Bears - 467.3
- Buccs - 455
- Redskins - 435.8


Pass Yards Per Game:
- Buccs - 370.3
- Vikings - 358
- Lions - 331.8
- Steelers - 325.8
- Bengals - 318.3


Rush Yards Per Game:
- Chiefs - 187.3
- Saints - 184.3
- Bengals - 172
- Bears - 162
- Titans - 159.5


Defense Yards Per Game:
- Bills - 219
- Dolphins - 227
- Broncos - 243
- Chiefs - 257
- Jaguars - 275


Recap of the 1st Round Draft Picks:

1st - Titans - QB - K.Taylor - (14/20) 183 yards 1 TD 3 INT's 94 rush yards 3 TD's
2nd - Cardinals - MLB - S.Ryan - 19 Tackles 2 Sacks 3 INT's
3rd - Jets - MLB - D.Burns - 13 Tackles 2 Sacks 1 FF 1 INT
4th - Eagles - CB - Lyons - 21 Tackles 1 FF 1 INT
5th - Lions - DT - C.Dancy

6th - Patriots - TE - J.Kilgo - 14 rec 289 yards 2 TD's
7th - Vikings - HB - T.Conley - 78 atts 375 yards 7 TD's
8th - Ravens - RG - J.Bodison
9th - Raiders - CB - W.Kescoli - 6 Tackles
11th - Lions - FS - T.Serratos

12th - Panthers - RE - E.Shorter - 11 Tackles
13th - QB - C.Mosely -
14th - Colts - LT - C.Hostrup
15th - Texans - LT - H.Schlachter
16th - 49ers - WR - N.Mann - 18 rec 540 yards 2 TD's
17th - Packers - MLB - J.Molina - 8 Tackles 1 INT

18th - Broncos - HB - J.Ashanti - 17 atts 129 yards 2 TD's
19th - Cardinals - ROLB - C.Holt - 11 tackles 1 INT
20th - Redskins - SS - G.Saint - 22 tackles 1 Sack 1 INT
21st - Redskins - WR - D.Loften - 19 rec 384 yards 1 TD
22nd - Giants - C - R.Harsly

23rd - Chiefs - LE - D.Stalin
24th - Rams - DT - S.Freeis - 7 Tackles 2 Sacks
25th - Cowboys - LOLB - R.Duckett - 1 Tackle
26th - Packers - WR - I.Simek -
27th - Giants - QB - R.Barber - (89/138) 1294 yards 9 TD's 6 INT's

28th - Saints - RG - U.Harvey
29th - Seahawks - TE - E.Alexander -
30th - Seahawks - HB - M.Jones
31st - Buccs - DT - S.Corbett - 5 Tackles 1 Sack
32nd - Buccs - LE - D.Hutchins - 8 Tackles 1 Sack
avatar
HittinAgenda
Spokesperson for DWHO's LBGTQ Chapter

Posts : 371
Join date : 2011-07-25
Age : 40
Location : Home

Re: The KC Post

Post by HittinAgenda on Fri Jan 17, 2014 12:15 pm

BEST LEAGUE EVAR!!!!!


_________________



[12/04/12 22:00:06] grimlock11 : this 3way is possibly the biggest cluster fuk ive seen since spawnies turned off the lights and played "who's in my mouth"

[02/23/13 20:44:02] @ HittinAgenda: someone look up who has the 14th pick
[20:44:31] G Waffle19 : you do asshole

[05/17/13 12:07:45] @ HittinAgenda: You made your friend gay.
[12:07:56] @ zoufan : Ok it was me



[12/20/13 14:27:05] [b]Boseefus : [/b]like i desperately want to make love to a school boy
 
avatar
bizzyrg

Posts : 1173
Join date : 2012-03-10

Re: The KC Post

Post by bizzyrg on Fri Jan 17, 2014 3:36 pm

EVAAAAAARRRRRR!!!!!!!!

Good work DP. (or HD) LOL

Sponsored content

Re: The KC Post

Post by Sponsored content


    Current date/time is Mon Oct 23, 2017 3:49 am