KC Headlines: Chiefs are 3-0, Yost’s Fate in Moore’s Hands, Rex Photo Bombed

Sep 19, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs head coach Andy Reid waves to fans as he leaves the field after defeating the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field. The Chiefs defeated the Eagles 26-16. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports


Chiefs 26, Eagles 16

CHIEFS! 3-0!!! What is going on?!

An amazing defensive performance, featuring five forced turnovers, led the Chiefs to the win. KC’s offense did little for most of the game, but put together a huge eight minute drive in the fourth quarter that ended in a field goal, essentially winning the game for the Chiefs.

It was a crazy night. We’ll have more on the game later today.


- David Glass says Ned Yost’s fate is in Dayton Moore’s hands. (KC Kingdom)

- Keeping Ervin Santana proved to be worth it. (Kings of Kauffman)

- More on how good the Royals pitching has been. (Royals Review)


- The 49ers/Seahawks rain delay got better ratings than ‘Monday Night Football’ and ’60 Minutes.’ That’s not a good thing.

- An excellent story on former high school phenom Korleone Young. A lot of Kansas City related stuff in here.

- Andy Reid and Donovan McNabb deserve better from Eagles fans. Says a Jets fan.

- John McCain writes his own op-ed in response to Vladimir Putin’s op-ed that was published in the New York Times. Cain calls Putin a quasi-dictator. That should help out relations with Russia.

- Jason Lisk takes a great look at the blacklisting of Kerry Rhodes.

- Texas has already talked to Nick Saban about replacing Mack Brown as head coach. Charlie Weis is ready for him.



Topics: Kansas City Chiefs, Kansas City Royals, KC Headlines

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