Chiefs defeat rival Raiders on Thursday Night Football

Last night, the Kansas City Chiefs once again proved themselves to the world by beating the Oakland Raiders. Prior to this win, the Chiefs were recognized as a good team, but were said to not have a good enough offense to beat the former division leading Raiders. Going into the game, the goal was to gain control of the AFC West. The Chiefs hold the … Continue reading Chiefs defeat rival Raiders on Thursday Night Football

Chiefs bounce back against Oakland

The Kansas City Chiefs played two very different games against the Pittsburgh Steelers and Oakland Raiders. After the Steelers game, it seemed as if the Chiefs were headed on a downward slope, but the Raiders game seemingly restored hope. Against the Steelers, the defense seemed to be the biggest problem for Kansas City, especially the defensive backs. The outstanding receiving core for Pittsburgh netted five … Continue reading Chiefs bounce back against Oakland

Red Friday allows students to wear red and give back to local communities

Last Friday, the halls of Rockhurst were seas of red. It was Red Friday, and the students at 9301 State Line Road were celebrating the return of Chiefs football with the rest of Kansas City. However, for Rockhurst, it was more than just a day of excitement. It was a day to help the less fortunate in the community. Rockhurst was one of 25 locations … Continue reading Red Friday allows students to wear red and give back to local communities

Chiefs start season with biggest comeback in franchise history

Despite a slow start and two key players sitting out, the Chiefs were still able to pull out a win. A strong offensive effort in the second half led to the largest comeback in the franchise’s history. Even though star running back Jamaal Charles sat out, the running back core stayed strong. Spencer Ware had 11 carries for 70 yards, including a touchdown. Besides that, … Continue reading Chiefs start season with biggest comeback in franchise history

Chiefs Season Update

This piece was published in the October 2015 issue of the Prep News ———————————————————————————————————————————– As I anxiously hurried into Arrowhead on Thursday night, I could not help but remember that this could be my last prime time Chiefs game for a while. I did my best to soak in the unbelievable atmosphere resonating from the stadium at night. I will remember everything from the Tomahawk … Continue reading Chiefs Season Update

SLAYMAKER: Chiefs look sharper in week three

The Kansas City Chiefs looked very much like a team determined to win on Sunday afternoon in Miami. Not only did they beat the competitive Dolphins by 19 points on the road, but they did it without key players such as Jamaal Charles, Eric Berry, and Derrick Johnson. As bad as the Chiefs looked during week one, they have seemed to turn it around for … Continue reading SLAYMAKER: Chiefs look sharper in week three

SLAYMAKER: Chiefs missed opportunity in week one

With the Chiefs’ performance on Sunday, Kansas City fans have already started reading analysis of college stars like Marcus Mariota, Jameis Winston and others to revamp the team. While this may seem grim, the reality is simple enough: the Chiefs got beaten badly by one of the worst teams on their schedules. Kansas City entered the season with much more hype than they did last … Continue reading SLAYMAKER: Chiefs missed opportunity in week one