Like it or not, Kansas City's favorite pro franchise still isn't at full strength today because of the pandemic.
Accordingly . . .
We share this TKC game day rundown regarding some of the headlines impacting the team today . . .
The Kansas City Chiefs have released their list of inactive players for Sunday's game against the Cincinnati Bengals. Running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) and cornerback Deandre Baker will both be inactive for the game.
A sterling rookie season has Kansas City Chiefs star center Creed Humphrey riding high on his team's eight-game winning streak, with Pro Bowl alternate honors in just his first year in the league.
Kansas City wide receiver Josh Gordon has had an underwhelming season since joining the Chiefs in early October, but last Sunday he might just have dropped his biggest chance to become a significant member of the offense.
The Kansas City Chiefs will put their 8 game winning streak on the line Sunday afternoon when they play the Cincinnati Bengals. The Chiefs will need to find a way to slow down Cincinnati quarterback Joe Burrows who threw for 525 yards last week. Chiefs defensive lineman Chris Jones says Burrows can be a game-changer.
I am amazed with how the media gurus have now jumped on the Kansas City Chiefs' bandwagon. I must admit after watching the Chiefs play the Titans in Nashville, I thought winning the AFC West this year might be a stretch. This is one of the best coaching jobs Andy Reid and his staff have done.
The Kansas City Chiefs (11-4) go for a ninth win in a row Sunday when they visit the Cincinnati Bengals (9-6) in Week 17. This pivotal AFC tilt is set for 1 p.m. ET from Paul Brown Stadium. Below, we look at the Chiefs vs.
With the end of the regular season finally coming into view, the Kansas City Chiefs are finally seeing some scenarios in which they can figure out their way to coveted postseason positions. Specifically, the Chiefs (along with others) have the conference's top seed in their sights but only K.C.
Developing . . .