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PFT: Decision to keep Larry Johnson not paying off


The Chiefs won a grievance this offseason that enabled them to avoid paying Larry Johnson his previously guaranteed 2009 base salary.

But Johnson worked hard all offseason, and impressed the new Chiefs staff enough to keep him as a starter anyway, despite his lofty salary.

The team could be regretting that decision now. 

Johnson is dead last in yards per carry among the league's top 50 rushers with a 2.4 average.   He's getting the ball a lot (fifth in the league in attempts) and not going very far.

Kansas City's offensive line bears much of the blame, perhaps most of it.  But the Chiefs need a runner that can break tackles or make people miss, and Johnson hasn't been that guy since Herm Edwards gave the ball to him 416 times in 2006.  They could pay someone a lot less to run into the defense and fall.
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14 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Chiefs legends urge patience

Len Dawson gets an up-close look at the Kansas City Chiefs every weekend, and the current Chiefs radio analyst and former quarterback said the team's turnaround won't be quick.
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"I know it's going to take time when I look at the talent that they have, and I look at the other teams they're playing against and the talent that they have, the things that they're capable of doing," Dawson said Tuesday. "Kansas City is not in that position right now.

"There's no mystery about why teams win. They have people, people that play together, work together and have the same goal set. They keep talking about people are going to play hard, but anybody can play hard. I want them to play smart, and they're not playing real smart right now."
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14 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: It's not just Jared Allen

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That's bad enough for Chiefs fans to have to see Allen at the top of the NFC sack list with 6 1/2. But another familiar name, Tampa Bay's Jimmy Wilkerson, is second at 5.

The decision to allow Wilkerson to walk to Tampa as a free agent a couple of years ago was, in its own way, even more horrendous as the one to trade Allen to Minnesota. Wilkerson is as good a person and as hard a worker as anyone who ever walked through the Chiefs' locker room. Beyond that, he's a versatile defensive lineman who has pass rush skills. He came to the Chiefs as an underclassman who would take time to develop but the Chiefs evidently couldn't see the potential.

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14 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Teicher: Running game with LJ has ground to a halt

The last couple of seasons haven’t been happy ones for running back Larry Johnson, but he hasn’t seen hard times like these.

Johnson is again far down the NFL’s list of top rushers, only with numbers that reflect futility more than a lack of activity.

With 93 carries, he is fifth among backs, but only 26th in yardage.

His per-carry average of 2.4 yards is the lowest among the league’s top 50 rushers.

Johnson had perhaps his roughest game of the year in the Chiefs’ 26-20 overtime loss Sunday to Dallas. He had just 37 yards, once a quarter’s worth of work for Johnson.

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13 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Whitlock: Chiefs don’t have talent to pull off upset of Cowboys

It was weird and sad, Kansas City’s 26-20 overtime loss to the Dallas Cowboys.

The Chiefs wore throwback Dallas Texans uniforms in tribute to their AFL heritage.

Cowboys fans filled half of Arrowhead Stadium, long considered one of the toughest places for an opposing team to play.

The Cowboys committed every conceivable error in what appeared to be an intentional attempt to give the Chiefs the game and force owner Jerry Jones to fire embattled head coach Wade Phillips.

At no point Sunday, even when the Chiefs held a double-digit lead in the second half or after they won the overtime coin flip, did I believe the Chiefs would upset the Cowboys.

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12 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Florio: Week Five Morning Aftermath: Cowboys 26, Chiefs 20 (OT)

For a long while on Sunday afternoon, it sure looked like the Kansas City Chiefs, who were playing as the Dallas Texans of yesteryear, would find a way to defeat a franchise they never faced during their AFL days -- the Dallas Cowboys.

The Chiefs, whose status as a horrible franchise hasn't gotten nearly the attention it deserves, had lost 27 of 29 games entering Sunday's "legacy" contest.  Though many of those failures didn't happen on the watch of the new regime, Scott Pioli and Todd Haley are stuck with those numbers, just like Lions coach Jim Schwartz was saddled with a 19-game losing streak when he only had been employed for only two of them.

After holding a ten-point lead for a large chunk of the game, the Chiefs gave up 17 unanswered to the visitors, who finally took the lead on a 59-yard touchdown pass from Tony Romo to Miles Austin with less than 2:30 remaining in regulation, only three plays after a 53-yard field goal try by the Chiefs was blocked.
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12 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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FH: Should Chiefs Have Gone for Two?

With less than 30 seconds left in a home tilt against the Dallas Cowboys, the Kansas City Chiefs had the opportunity to win their first game of the season -- which would have also been the first win of Todd Haley's head coaching career. After a Dwayne Bowe touchdown, the Chiefs trailed by the Cowboys 20-19 with a conversion on the way. They could have converted a two-pointer and won the game. Instead, they opted to kick the extra point and tie the game.

The Chiefs eventually lost in overtime to the Cowboys, so let the second-guessing begin. Should Haley have gone for the 2-pointer and the victory?
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11 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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Babb: Red Zone exclusive: Q&A with former Chiefs RB Priest Holmes

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The Chiefs could probably use Priest Holmes about now, and the former outstanding running back admits now that he would be tempted to make another return to the NFL if not for a few recurring reminders of why he left. Holmes, who’s now 36, set numerous team records during his seven seasons with the Chiefs, including becoming the franchise’s all-time leading rusher. “Records are made to be broken,” Holmes said Friday, but they’re also made to be remembered. Holmes will be honored today at Arrowhead Stadium, shortly before kickoff.

In advance of his return to Arrowhead, Priest and I shared a table for 15 minutes Friday at the Kansas City Power & Light District. He discussed the Priest Holmes Foundation, how he thinks he would react if he played for Chiefs coach Todd Haley, the Chiefs’ fall from NFL relevance in the time since Holmes retired, and the fact that Larry Johnson is approaching that team rushing record.

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11 Oct 2009 by Ryan Luis

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