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KC Chiefs loss isn't a bright spot

Fans and sportswriters are trying their best to find something positive about the 30-27 overtime loss Sunday to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Sorry, but this is still a really bad team that finds ways to lose.

Sure, Tyler Thigpen played well at quarterback. But he couldn't drive the offense to more than three measly points in the entire second half. That's a big failure for a quarterback playing at home.

Yes, running back Jamaal Charles had a lot of strong runs. However, he also didn't perform well in crunch time.

Look at it this way: If Charles can gain 106 yards behind an inexperienced offensive line, why in the world are Chiefs fans shelling out millions of dollars for a long-term contract to Larry Johnson?

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03 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson Picks Charles as Player of the Week

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (25) gets past ...

Maybe I'm getting soft here, but I am going to give out the AFC West player of the Week award for the second straight week despite the fact that every AFC West team that played Sunday lost.

Like last week, when I recognized Chiefs quarterback Tyler Thigpen for his play in Kansas City's loss at the Jets, I am giving the nod to Chiefs' rookie running back Jamaal Charles for his strong performance in the Chiefs' 30-27 overtime loss to visiting Tampa Bay. The Chiefs blew a 21-point lead in the game.

The loss wasn't Charles' fault. The third-round pick from Texas had 106 rushing yards on 18 carries. Charles was playing because of a season-ending knee injury suffered by Kolby Smith on Sunday. Starter Larry Johnson was inactive for the third straight game as punishment by the team for off-field issues. Johnson will serve a one-game NFL suspension next Sunday at San Diego.

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03 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Flanagan: It's not all doom and gloom after Chiefs' loss

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles (25) gets past ...
A young team like the Chiefs obviously hasn't figured out yet how to finish off a game.

That will come.

Next time, maybe Jamaal Charles secures the football and doesn't give possession right back to Tampa with a fumble in the fourth quarter.

Next time, the Chiefs secondary doesn't leave anyone free, not for a second, in the end zone in the closing seconds with the game on the line.

Next time, someone on defense steps up and makes the big play down the stretch, like Page nearly did with what would have been a spectacular interception.

Next time the Chiefs might get a little luckier, too -- the false start penalty on Bryant's missed FG in overtime wound up giving the Bucs another shot at a win.

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02 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Star: Chiefs self-destruct in 30-27 overtime loss to Tampa Bay

The Chiefs self-destructed in the fourth quarter and lost 30-27 in overtime to Tampa Bay today at Arrowhead Stadium.

Matt Bryant’s 34-yard field goal on the first possession of the overtime gave the Buccaneers a victory in a game in which they trailed by as much as 24-3 late in the second quarter and turned the ball over four times.

The Chiefs fell to 1-7 and have now lost 16 of their last 17 games. Tampa Bay improved to 6-3.

The Buccaneers forced the overtime on Jeff Garcia’s 24-yard touchdown pass to Antonio Bryant in the corner of the end zone with 19 seconds left in regulation, followed by a two-point pass to tight end Alex Smith.

Earlier in the fourth quarter, Tampa Bay was on the cusp of tying the game when running back Earnest Graham was hit by Tamba Hali, forcing a fumble recovered by safety Jarrad Page in the end zone with 3:24 remaining in regulation and the Chiefs leading 27-19.

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02 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Three ex-Chiefs glad to be out of Kansas City


Ryan Sims, Michael Bennett and Jimmy Wilkerson are all backup players for the Buccaneers who realize that even though they get limited playing time and in Bennett's case, hardly any, that their NFL lives could be much worse.

All three of them could still be playing for the hopeless 1-6 Kansas City Chiefs, from whence they came before Tampa Bay acquired them, one by one.

Two of them, Bennett, a running back, and Wilkerson, a defensive end, were Chiefs as recently as last season.

Sims, a defensive tackle who was the sixth overall pick in the 2002 draft by Kansas City, came in an offseason trade before the 2007 season.

Bennett arrived in a 2007 mid-season trade. Wilkerson, who like Sims spent his first five NFL seasons with the Chiefs, was signed as an urestricted free agent.

Sims is the happiest of the bunch to be out of Kansas City, where the Buccaneers are playing Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium in a regular season game for the first time since 1986.

"I was just ready to get out," Sims said. "I just felt like I needed to start over."

Working in the defensive line rotation, Sims has six tackles (five solo) and 1 1/2 sacks, in seven games.

"I'll be real fired up. It'll be good to walk out there and vindicate a little bit," Sims said. "I was very negative in Kansas City, that was me, for certain reasons.

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01 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Long week for Johnson includes losing agent

If the situation weren’t bad enough for embattled Kansas City Chiefs running back Larry Johnson, the highest-paid player in team history also has lost his agent.

Johnson, informed Friday by the NFL that he has been suspended for the Nov. 9 game against San Diego for violating the league’s personal conduct policy, lost his representation Monday when Alvin Keels resigned as his long-time agent.

“Larry and I really just didn’t see things working out,” Keels said without elaborating.

Johnson, deactivated the previous two games for violating team rules, will be inactive against Tampa Bay. His suspension by the league, which will cost Johnson about $147,000, comes on the heels of simple assault charges Monday that he spit his drink in a woman’s face at a nightclub on Oct. 10.

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01 Nov 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Williamson: Chiefs' Pollard fined

Kansas City safety Bernard Pollard quietly having an excellent season for the struggling Chiefs, has been fined by the NFL for actions in Sunday's 28-24 loss at the New York Jets.

The NFL fined Pollard $7,500 Friday for unsportsmanlike conduct. Pollard was penalized 15 yards for taunting after a play early in the fourth quarter with the Jets leading Kansas City 21-17. Ultimately, Pollard's penalty did not hurt Kansas City.

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31 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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QB is no snap for Kansas City Chiefs

Through seven weeks of a miserable 2008 season, the Kansas City Chiefs have started three different quarterbacks, lost two of them to season-ending injuries, signed a pair of free agents to fatten the depth chart and, for now, settled on one from that QB factory known as Coastal Carolina University.

"It's kind of been quarterback by committee each game," Chiefs Coach Herm Edwards said.

Before delving too deep into a scouting report on Tyler Thigpen, the second-year pro who will start Sunday for the Chiefs (1-6) when the Tampa Bay Buccaneers (5-3) visit Arrowhead Stadium, a review of his team's history provides some perspective to the KCQB story.

The Chiefs have been playing "quarterback by committee" since Len Dawson walked away in 1975.
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31 Oct 2008 by Ryan Luis

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