AA Radio: Broncos Week

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The crew returns this week to discuss all things relating to the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the Denver Broncos. It’s the biggest thing happening in the NFL this weekend and the guys at AA Radio — Jason Seibel, Kris Kilduff, Kenny Cember and Andrew Kulha — break it all the way down. From covering potential on-field matchups to how the game will affect the entire AFC playoff picture, the guys cover it all.

In addition to breaking down every aspect of the impending Chiefs vs. Broncos matchup, they also discussed the Dwayne Bowe arrest and the signing of wide receiver Kyle Williams.

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Topics: Kansas City Chiefs

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  • berttheclock

    I’m posting this on this thread only due to the mention of the arrest of Bowe and the pickup of Kyle Williams. My comment speaks to the leadership of Alex Smith. AS has refused to be drawn into the Bowe situation. Plus, after the Niners loss where Kyle Williams fumbled against the Giants, Alex Smith refused to say anything negative about Kyle Williams. In fact, his response was that it had been a team loss and he was critical of his own play. A leader will never throw fellow team mates under the bus, nor, will he even discuss any negative aspect reporters try to trap him into answering.

    But, there was a comment by a poster at sfgate, this morning, concerning Alex Smith. The article regarded the problems the Niners have had in their passing game. Injuries to various wide outs have hurt and the remaining receivers appear to lack needed speed and separation skills. But, criticism is, also, being placed on Kaepernick. Some believe he lacks maturity and tries to hard to make the big play. One example was last week against the Panthers when the Niners put five out and emptied the back field. Someone noted CK tried to stay in the pocket to hit one of the 3 receivers going deep and refused to look at the two running short and more open routes. He was sacked.

    However, what struck me was the comment about Alex Smith being benched last year when Kaepernick was promoted. It was noted he did not go to the bench and pout. He went to the bench as a coach and used his time to support and mentor Kaepernick and keep him under control. Even from the bench, he showed leadership.

    • Jason Seibel

      Great observations, Bert and I’ve screamed this at everyone who will listen. Smith will never be Manning, Brees or Brady. He just won’t. But what the guy lacks in his arm strength and “big numbers” he more than makes up for in leadership. Through his ups and downs in SF, last year when he was “benched” was his defining moment as a football player and a leader. And I’ll bet a lot of those haters in SF would love to have them a little Alex Smith right about now.

      • RepOurChiefs

        Im buying my AS11 jersey off his leadership abilities and character alone. The team, Alex and Reid. The underdog trifecta.

  • Erik Hild

    I thought you all had a good discussion. Bowe’s weed smoking shouldn’t be a distraction as I am sure he’s not the only player hanging out with Mary Jane. Also he could use this as a chance to prove himself. I think Dontari Poe will be a huge key to the chiefs defensive success this week. If he can fill up running lanes and create pressure on Manning up the middle the chiefs can win. Also does anyone know if Champ Bailey and Duke Ihenacho will play Sunday? As always GO CHIEFS!!!!

    KC wins 27-24

    • Jason Seibel

      Thanks for listening, Erik! We appreciate it. Just curious, do you listen on the site or do you have an app on your phone? Trying to gauge how the show is getting out to people.

      • RepOurChiefs

        Im an over the road driver Jason and I use my phone app to listen while driving.

      • Erik Hild

        I listen using the site. Go Chiefs

  • RepOurChiefs

    And im a native New Yorkn so the addition of K.Cember is a plus for me. We New Yorkns are fire filled so as you can see, we make passionate Chief fans!

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