The horrific weather might favor the home team, today might be destiny for the long suffering fanboys and their dreams of second-hand glory.
To wit . . .
SHARE YOUR PREDICTIONS: WILL THE KANSAS CITY CHIEFS WIN TODAY?!?!
Honestly curious to see if anybody will go on record . . . Meanwhile, this post is mostly to clean out these local hype links that expire in a few hours:
Arrowhead Über Alles
A small army of crews worked early Saturday to clear the snow from Arrowhead Stadium and the parking lot.
Jack Frost Favors Kansas City
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- At the end of a long and snowy drive, a warm hotel bed brought relief. Bryan King and his son, Edwin, came all the way from sunny Houston, Texas to watch the Chiefs. "I'm not used to driving in the snow," he said.
Keep The Fanboys Warm
Not A Real Book In Sight
Bob Green's Chiefs pride shows off in a big way in his man cave.
Toy Train Bandwagon Redux
KANSAS CITY, MO (KCTV) -- With less than 24 hours to go before the playoff game at Arrowhead, a Kansas City streetcar is all Chiefs! There are Chiefs Kingdom flags hanging up and on the outside of the red car is a graphic wrap with the Chiefs logos and even some of the players' pictures.
Home Team JuJu
The Kansas City Chiefs are just hours away from their divisional round playoff game and I wanted to send my fellow fans into the game with some good VooDoo. Back in 2015 when the Kansas City Royals were in the World Series, I would text Royals-related prayers about the Royals starting pitcher that night to my buddy Jared.
Kansas City Puppeteer
SPRING HILL, KS (KCTV) -- On Sundays you see them decked out in red and gold, going all out to root for the Chiefs. It can be difficult to picture the most die-hard fans doing anything else. But a Spring Hill teacher's alter ego as a Chiefs superfan comes as no surprise to her students.
Local Faith Misplaced
It's late Friday afternoon, and as I take time to reflect back on the slowest week that was (anyone I have spoken to this week-friends, media members, players-has reported the same), I wanted to bring to light a couple of moments.
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