Chiefs embarrass the Steelers, advance to AFC Divisional Round

For a team known for waving yellow towels, a white towel should have been waved tonight. From start to finish, the Pittsburgh Steelers stood little chance against the electric Kansas City offense, and ultimately fell to the Chiefs 42-21 in the Wild Card round at Arrowhead Stadium, Early on, it was a defensive battle back … More Chiefs embarrass the Steelers, advance to AFC Divisional Round

Defense comes up clutch as Chiefs edge Broncos 28-24

To think, the Kansas City Chiefs got Melvin Ingram in a trade… for a sixth round pick. In a week where the Chiefs’ defense was heavily criticized for their Week 17 effort against Cincinnati, they stepped up big time, and with a 28-24 victory over Denver, they can’t finish any lower than the second seed … More Defense comes up clutch as Chiefs edge Broncos 28-24

Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl favorites as playoffs draw near

Can you believe it, folks? Week 18 is upon us. And as the playoffs draw near, the latest sportsbook odds are out for the Super Bowl. The Green Bay Packers are the current favorite to win the Super Bowl, according to Tipico Sportsbook, at +350. The Kansas City Chiefs are second at +480, with the … More Green Bay Packers, Kansas City Chiefs Super Bowl favorites as playoffs draw near

Steve Spagnuolo addresses defensive concerns

Sunday saw the Kansas City Chiefs’ eight-game winning streak snapped at the hands of the Cincinnati Bengals. At the center of that controversial game was the defensive play-calling by Steve Spagnuolo, which allowed Tee Higgins, Ja’Maar Chase, and Tyler Boyd to absolutely carve up the Chiefs’ secondary. “Hindsight’s 20/20, right? That’s always the case,” Spagnuolo … More Steve Spagnuolo addresses defensive concerns

Royals cancel 2022 FanFest due to rising COVID-19 cases

The Kansas City Royals have announced via their official website that they would be cancelling their 2022 FanFest for the second straight year. It’s been cancelled yet again due to the increasing rates of COVID-19, especially with the new variant cases surging, The omicron variant of COVID-19 has continued to rapidly spread across the Kansas … More Royals cancel 2022 FanFest due to rising COVID-19 cases

Mismanagement, controversial calls, bad defense doom Chiefs

If you watched the Chiefs-Bengals game on Sunday afternoon, you’d actually be surprised the final score was 34-31. Judging by the porous defense, mismanagement of the final minutes by coach Andy Reid, and controversial officiating, many felt it would have been way in favor of the now-AFC North champion Bengals. Just in the final two … More Mismanagement, controversial calls, bad defense doom Chiefs

Buck O’Neil, Jim Kaat among others (finally) inducted into Cooperstown

For six legendary ballplayers, the long wait is finally over. As per the results of this weekend’s special selection committee meetings, Bud Fowler, Gil Hodges, Jim Kaat, Minnie Minoso, Tony Oliva, and Buck O’Neil have all been elected to Cooperstown, and will be officially inducted on July 24 along with any players voted in by … More Buck O’Neil, Jim Kaat among others (finally) inducted into Cooperstown

Salvador Perez makes Royals’ history yet again!

The face of the franchise is continuing to leave his mark in the history books. Royals catcher Salvador Perez has won his fourth career Silver Slugger Award, which sets the record for the most in franchise history. On top of that, Salvy’s fourth award makes him just the second catcher in baseball history to win … More Salvador Perez makes Royals’ history yet again!

When “cancel culture” and “accountability” collide

On Monday, the sports world stopped and watched as Las Vegas Raiders coach Jon Gruden resigned after only three and a half years into his 10-year contract in his second stint with the team. And the reasons why were unexpected, to say the least. Originally, an investigation into the workplace of the Washington Football Team … More When “cancel culture” and “accountability” collide