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Chan Gailey returns to Atlanta with Chiefs

Chan Gailey could practically have a reunion of his last coaching staff at Georgia Tech this weekend.

Tech’s former head coach will be in town as offensive coordinator of the Kansas City Chiefs, who play the Falcons on Sunday. Seven of his nine assistants also will be in town. But what they are doing speaks to the itinerant nature of the profession.

Two moved to Kansas City with him. Three were retained by Georgia Tech. One looked for a job for six months before getting hired at Georgia State, which will begin Division I-AA play in 2010. And the last is still looking for a job.

“The whole dynamic of old staff being let out and the new staff in, that’s a story,” said John Bond, Tech’s former offensive coordinator who now has the same job with Georgia State.

Reunions, though, aren’t on Gailey’s agenda this weekend, other than with his family. He scarcely has had time to keep tabs on his old team. Trying to improve a young offense that ranks 27th in the NFL in yards per game is a more immediate task.

“I think they’re 2-1, aren’t they?” Gailey asked Wednesday about his former team. “I watched a few snaps of them the other day. That’s about it.”

That said, Gailey, with typical grace, spoke well of his former employer, which fired him in November. At Tech he was 44-32, but 0-6 against rival Georgia.

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17 Sep 2008 by Ryan Luis

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USA Today: WR Bowe a rare bright spot in Chiefs' offense

Kansas City Chiefs coach Herm Edwards views 2008 as pivotal for second-year receiver Dwayne Bowe, who has superstar potential if he doesn't stumble.

"The second year is always a critical year," Edwards says. "There is all kind of stuff you deal with because expectations have become even higher. You put a lot of pressure on yourself to better your first year."

In Bowe's case, he has a tough act to follow. He thought he would do well after being drafted by Kansas City in the first round in 2007, but even he says his rookie production was "kind of shocking."

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16 Sep 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Winless Chiefs have tried 4 QBs without success

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Tyler Thigpen, right, avoids ...
Sun Sep 14, 2:53 PM
Who says the Kansas City Chiefs don't have a quarterback?

They have one with an injured shoulder and one with a sore neck, one with low expectations and one with high hopes.

The one with low expectations is probably headed back to reserve wide receiver status.

Or is he?

Nobody, including head coach Herm Edwards, seemed to know on Monday what might happen next on Kansas City's chaotic quarterback carousel.

One thing does seem certain — Brodie Croyle, the projected season starter, will be out a second straight week with a shoulder injury he sustained in the opener at New England. Damon Huard, the reliable 35-year-old backup, came in and almost engineered an upset over the Patriots, and then started on Sunday against the Oakland Raiders.

But Huard came out in the first half of the 23-8 loss with what the team called "mild head trauma" and what he calls a stiff neck. Edwards said Monday he did not know whether Huard or No. 3 QB Tyler Thigpen would start at Atlanta on Sunday.

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15 Sep 2008 by Ryan Luis

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MVN: The Chiefs Are Who We Thought They Were–Take That Hand Off That Panic Button

Kansas City Chiefs coach Herm Edwards watches a replay during ...

My, how quickly the fans have turned on our beloved Kansas City Chiefs. When people asked me a few weeks ago why I was so brutally honest to readers, often warning people about overly optimistic outlooks and the dangers of drinking too much of the Kool-Aid, I always responded with the following simple response: “Because when fans have unrealistic expectations about their team, they start to get pissed off when those unrealistic expectations aren’t met.”

Well folks, here we are two weeks into an 0-2 season. The Chiefs weren’t supposed to be 2-0.  They aren’t even supposed to go .500. To quote Dennis Green: “They are who we thought they were.”

Folks, WE ARE REBUILDING! Have we as fans already forgotten that the goal of this season is to build for the future and not to be so concerned about winning every single football game? I would rather lose a football game in which our young, mistake-prone players were given a chance to develop than win a football game in which old, stopgap veterans kept young players off the field. Given that the Chiefs only trailed by six points at halftime, I truly believe that Damon Huard would have won the game for the Chiefs. But who cares? What good does Huard do for us two years down the road? Nothing. What good does Tyler Thigpen do two to three years down the road? I don’t know, but if he’s any good, then the answer is “a lot” and the only way to find out is to put him in game situations and see how he fares.

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15 Sep 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Kansas City's QB trio struggles

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Tyler Thigpen recovers the ball ...

Tyler Thigpen rolled to the left to avoid the rush, then fired a pass in the direction of Dwayne Bowe. The ball caromed off an Oakland defensive back's helmet and flew 15 yards back to Thigpen, who just missed catching his own pass.

It was that kind of day for Kansas City's quarterbacks.

The Chiefs tried three quarterbacks in place of injured starter Brodie Croyle against Oakland on Sunday. None was any better than the next, leading to boos from the home crowd and a 23-8 loss to the Raiders in Kansas City's home opener.

"We got embarrassed at home in our home opener," Chiefs coach Herm Edwards said.

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14 Sep 2008 by Ryan Luis

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Line of Scrimmage: Could 0-16 Happen In 2008?

Oakland Raiders head coach Lane Kiffin (L) is congratulated ...

Oakland Raiders head coach Lane Kiffin (L) is congratulated ...

We're just one year removed from the first 16-0 regular season in NFL history, and I can say with little equivocation that we won't see that type of perfection again for a long, long time.

Parity still reigns supreme in this league, and it takes unbelievable talent and at least a tad of good fortune to get to even 13 or 14 wins.

In the same way, it's not often that we get to talk about the prospect of a team losing them all. Miami got to 0-13 last year before avoiding the indignity of the NFL's first 0-16 campaign in a win over the Ravens. Before that, no club had lost their first baker's dozen of games in the preceding 20 seasons, and only one team - the 2001 Lions - lost as many as their first 12 during that span.

What I saw on Sunday afternoon made me think history might be upon us, however.

The state of Missouri alone could set football back about 50 years. If it wasn't for the title-caliber Missouri Tigers, in fact, it might be prudent for someone to strip the state of its license to hold football games.

We'll start on the western part of the state in Kansas City, where a once- proud Chiefs franchise looks intent on challenging the 1992 Seahawks' record for fewest points in a season (140). They're only slightly ahead of that pace after Sunday's 23-8 loss to the Oakland Raiders at Arrowhead.

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14 Sep 2008 by Ryan Luis

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The Kansas City Chiefs have gotten a lot of national attention this week for what happened to a certain New England quarterback. What's been less discussed is how the Chiefs are moving forward without their own starter.

The Chiefs will try to put Week 1 behind them Sunday when they play host to the Oakland Raiders, another team looking to move on from a tough opening game.

Kansas City nearly pulled off a monumental upset Sunday, losing to New England 17-10 after the Patriots stopped the Chiefs near the goal line in the last minute of the game. But that wasn't the main focus of the contest. Chiefs safety Bernard Pollard hit Tom Brady in the knee midway through the first quarter, causing the league MVP to tear his ACL.

Brady will miss the season following surgery to repair the knee. Pollard was apologetic after the game, insisting the hit wasn't dirty.

Lost amid that was the vicious hit Kansas City starter Brodie Croyle took in the third quarter of that same game. Croyle – injury-prone throughout his brief career – will miss two to four weeks with a separated shoulder. Kansas City plans to move forward with a two-quarterback system for now.

Veteran Damon Huard gets the nod against the Raiders, but 24-year-old Tyler Thigpen should see plenty of action as well.

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11 Sep 2008 by Ryan Luis

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The Kansas City Chiefs organization lost a treasured member of its history today as Chiefs Hall of Fame LB Sherrill Headrick passed away at the age of 71.

Headrick, the hard-nosed linebacker from Waco, Texas, was a member of the organization from ’60-67. He earned the nickname “Psycho” from his teammates for his rambunctious nature and style of play between the lines. Headrick was named to five All-AFL squads (’61-62, ’64-66) and appeared in 108 regular season contests as one of the league’s best middle linebackers.

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10 Sep 2008 by Ryan Luis

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