Oct 31, 2013; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Miami Dolphins defensive end Cameron Wake (91) celebrates with defensive tackle Randy Starks (94) after Wake sacked Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton (not pictured) for a safety in overtime in at Sun Life Stadium. Miami won 22-20. Mandatory Credit: Robert Mayer-USA TODAY Sports

KC Headlines: Miami's Walk-Off Safety, Chiefs Recovery, Brett Favre


Dolphins 22, Bengals 20 (F/OT)

Sure, I’ve seen a walk-off sack in overtime before, happens all the time. (Happened only three times.) What a weird and terribly played game. It seems like a lot of the Thursday night games this season have been poorly played in one way or another. Remember the Eagles turned the ball over five times in a loss to the Chiefs on a Thursday night. What a mess.

Anyway, the Bengals loss helps the Chiefs and Broncos question for a top seed in the AFC.


– Consistency is the new trend in the NFL. (Arrowhead Addict)

– How the Chiefs stopped sucking in one offseason. (Deadspin)

– There’s going to be a changing of the guard at Kings of Kauffman. (Kings of Kauffman)

– Ryan Mueller has a chance to be the Big 12’s defensive player of the year. (Jug of Snyder)

– A solid Q&A about Saturday’s game against Tennessee. (Truman’s Tales)

– Reviewing KU’s exhibition game against Pitt State. (Rock Chalk Talk)


– David Ortiz and his larger than life persona carried Boston to another World Series.

– Ryan Dempster was throwing batting practice to Mike O’Malley (Do you have it? GUTS!) at 3 a.m. after winning the World Series. …I want to win the World Series.

– Lady Gaga has a plan, apparently.

– Not one of ESPN’s experts had either the Red Sox or the Cardinals in the World Series.

– There were discussions among Obama aides about replacing Joe Biden with Hillary Clinton on the 2012 ticket.

– GoDaddy has moved on from their racy ad campaign. Bummer.


Brett Farve goes trick-or-treating.

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