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Jenkins: Chambers returns to challenge old friends

Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Chris Chambers (11) gets past ...

Whatever the problem, it was between him and the coaching staff, him and the front office. And the problem was big big enough that the Chargers simply cut Chris Chambers loose. Just flat gave him his release, showed him the door.

Presently, however, he's the problem of his former teammates.

“I know they know some things that I do good and I know some things that they do good,” said Chambers, asked about facing a secondary he's practiced against on a daily basis. “The fact is that in practice, they kinda gamble, they kinda sit on routes more, not worried about getting beat too much. You get beat too much in practice, it doesn't hurt, and you go right back to the huddle.

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27 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Chiefs' Charles is AFC special teams player of the week

Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles has an expanded role on offense now that Larry Johnson is gone. But he's still returning kickoffs, and his efforts as a kick returner led him to receive the AFC special teams player of the week award.

Charles returned the opening kickoff for a 97-yard touchdown against the Steelers on Sunday, getting the Chiefs on the board first on the way to an overtime upset of Pittsburgh.
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25 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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USA Today: Rookie Focus: Chiefs' Succop proving anything but irrelevant

Ryan Succop gained the dubious honor of being "Mr. Irrelevant" when he was the 256th and final player selected in April's NFL draft.

He could not have been more relevant on Sunday, when his 22-yard field goal in overtime lifted the Kansas City Chiefs to a shocking 27-24 victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers at Arrowhead Stadium.

The upset of the defending Super Bowl champions ended a franchise-worst 10-game home losing streak for Kansas City and brought national attention to Succop and the solid rookie season he is enjoying for the rebuilding Chiefs.

He has converted 16-of-20 field-goal attempts with a long of 53 yards. He has made all but one of his five tries between 40 and 49 yards and is flawless on all 15 of his extra-point tries.

USA TODAY takes a closer look at Succop:


 Ht.: 6-2 Wt.: 218.

 Hometown: Hickory, N.C.

 College highlights: Played in 50 games at South Carolina, converting 49 of 69 field goal attempts (71%) with a career long of 55 yards. Nailed all but two of his 106 extra-point tries. Finished with 251 points, second-highest total in school history. Had 69 touchbacks on 192 kickoffs. Handled punting and kicking duties as sophomore and junior.

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24 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Covitz: The watershed win

It's still early in the Scott Pioli/Todd Haley regime, but to me, the Chiefs' stunning upset of the Pittsburgh Steelers was reminiscent of the watershed moment of the 1990s.

Remember Oct. 7, 1991? The defending AFC Champion Buffalo Bills, featuring future Hall of Famers Jim Kelly, Thurman Thomas, Bruce Smith and coach Marv Levy came into Arrowhead Stadium for a Monday-night game.

Now, the Chiefs weren't the decided underdogs in that game the way they were on Sunday. Heck, they might have even been favored.

The Chiefs were in their third year under general manager Carl Peterson and head coach Marty Schottenheimer and already had posted two winning seasons in KC and went to the playoffs in 1990.

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24 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs are looking GOOD!

The reason i show this is because. CHIEFS BEAT THE STEELERS. Im so happy that i thought id spread the joy to and show you what good teamwork looks like.     ( hope everyone has a happy thanksgiving)
22 Nov 2009 by Flint Graves

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Chiefs stun Steelers in OT

Kansas City Chiefs celebrate after the Chiefs' overtime ...

Kansas City, MO (Sports Network) - Ryan Succop kicked a 22-yard field goal in overtime, as the Kansas City Chiefs erased a 10-point halftime deficit to stun the Pittsburgh Steelers, 27-24, at Arrowhead Stadium.

The game-winning boot was set up by a 61-yard passing play between Matt Cassel and Chris Chambers on third down.

Cassel finished 15-of-30 through the air for 248 yards and two touchdowns for the Chiefs (3-7), who snapped a 10-game losing streak at home. Jamaal Charles opened the scoring with a kickoff return and his two-yard grab drew Kansas City even with 4:54 to play in fourth quarter.

Pittsburgh quarterback Ben Roethlisberger completed 32-of-42 passes for 398 yards with three touchdowns, but was picked off twice before exiting the game in the extra session after being struck in the head by the knee of Derrick Johnson.

Rashard Mendenhall had 80 yards on 21 carries for the Steelers (6-4), who have lost two straight.

22 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Harris: Experience becomes issue for Chiefs' Haley

Of the 32 current head coaches in the NFL, Todd Haley is the only one who didn't play college football.

College playing experience didn't appear to be a prerequisite to becoming an NFL coach until former Penn State standout Larry Johnson publicly mocked the fact that Haley played golf and not football in college.

It was an unnecessary distraction for Haley, an Upper St. Clair grad whose 2-7 Kansas City Chiefs host the 6-3 Steelers today at Arrowhead Stadium.

"I knew it was a big job coming in,'' said Haley, a rookie NFL head coach and the son of long-time Steelers and New York Jets director of player personnel Dick Haley. "I don't think it's for the faint of heart.

"Obviously, we're going to be judged on wins and losses. We've got two wins that's not enough. But as far as working every day and seeing what we have, it's continuing to improve and move in a positive direction. We're in the beginning of trying to turn this team into a winning team.''

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22 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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PFT: Vrabel out indefinitely for Chiefs

Chiefs linebacker Mike Vrabel is expected to miss this week's Chiefs game.  According to the Kansas City Star, he might miss the next few as well.  (Can hear the jokes in the comments already.  Vrabel is on the Chiefs?)

It's been a tough transition for Vrabel and fellow former Patriot Matt Cassel in Kansas City.  The team has won two games and both players have struggled.
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20 Nov 2009 by Ryan Luis

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