• Analysis

    Take Your Medicine

    No loss feels good. The Chiefs were on the brink of wrapping the whole season up Thursday night, when we had our collective hearts ripped out as they couldn’t pull it off. How many of us could’ve called the end of this game? How many of you were waiting for the 2-point conversion to come around, because you knew 3 minutes was too much left on the clock because Rivers wasn’t going to risk an overtime debacle? The Chargers could lose last night and be completely at ease with their position in the AFC. They would still be riding high at 10 wins, still have the same seeding possibilities, and…

  • Analysis

    Chargers comeback foreshadows more post-season heartache for KC

    Down 14 points to the Kansas City Chiefs with eight minutes to play, Los Angeles Chargers Quarterback, Phillip Rivers reminded us all that any defense led by Bob Sutton in the post season is destined for absolute failure. In eight minutes, the career of Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Coordinator, Bob Sutton was displayed in full view for those that had a glimmer of hope this team could reach a Super Bowl with an inept coach on the sidelines. This team’s 29-28 loss to the Los Angeles Chargers has managed to drop the Chiefs chances of January success from near certainty, to not likely. In the off-season, Head Coach Andy Reid…

  • Analysis

    Chargers vs. Chiefs: Round 2

    In the few days leading up to this game, there was a lot of hype, as there tends to be when the Kansas City Chiefs and the Los Angeles Chargers meet on the grid iron. The first time they met was Mahomes’ debut. Every one wanted to see who the kid was that took over for Alex Smith. This time, there was a laundry list of reasons surrounding the hype. The battle for the AFC West, the two teams with the best record in the AFC dueling it out, two top quarterbacks operating with third string running backs. Then kickoff came. The game had a slow start. Kansas City was…

  • Hot Takes

    Is Patrick Mahomes the Steph Curry of the NFL?

    Patrick Mahomes is an electric young quarterback, and has spent his first year as a starter shattering records. He has redefined how these young guys entering the NFL are playing, and is consistently improving as a player. Steph Curry had a similar career start with the Golden State Warriors, earning a spot on the All-Rookie First Team in the 2009-10 season. There is already a lot of similarities between these two prodigy style super athletes, and a lot of fans are beginning to take notice. Man, these guys even look like each other: While playing in college, Patrick Mahomes earned an honorable mention All-Big 12 notice for 2 years in a…