Good morning, Addicts! It’s a cold yet beautiful Tuesday, because the Kansas City Chiefs have to lost in over a month and suddenly appear to be one of the best teams in the National Football League. The Chiefs have the weakest remaining schedule in the NFL and have four of their last six games at Arrowhead Stadium, even more reason to be pumped up through the roof.
Here is the news you need to know…
Chiefs are red hot and charging toward the playoffs – Rob Goldberg of Bleacher Report
"In mid-October, this team had fallen to 1-5 while being completely unable to move the football without the recently injured Jamaal Charles. The defense had been torched by the Green Bay Packers and Cincinnati Bengals, and there was little reason for optimism within the organization."
Andy Reid deserves credit for Chiefs’ turnaround – Joel Thorman of Arrowhead Pride
"For all the trouble we gave Andy Reid during the Kansas City Chiefs 1-5 start, we must now give him some credit for raising this team from the dead. The Chiefs are now 5-5 after winning four consecutive games. Remember where this team was five weeks ago."
Dustin Colquitt is a massive asset for the Chiefs – Adam Teicher of ESPN
"Colquitt’s punts in last week’s win over Denver were overlooked because the Chiefs intercepted Peyton Manning four times and drove him to the bench. But Colquitt was a big factor in the game. He put three punts inside the 10 and another was downed at the 11."
Spencer Ware thankful for opportunity in Kansas City – B.J. Kissel of KCChiefs.com
"So, after an 11-carry, 96-yard performance that included a couple of fourth-quarter touchdowns, Ware wasn’t in a “look at me” mood while sitting by his locker surrounded by smiling and cheering teammates. For Ware, it was more of a “reminiscing and recalling his journey” kind of mood."