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Chiefs Kingdom

  • Marty's Crusade: Chiefs vs Raiders in the 1990s

    Posted Dec 29, 2015

    Marty Schottenheimer did not like the Oakland Raiders...

  • Chiefs Kingdom: The Sack Act 3

    Posted Nov 3, 2015

    Long before sack artists like Justin Houston and Tamba Hali were terrorizing opposing offenses, there was a time when sacking the quarterback generated far less attention. In fact, the play wasn't even recorded as an official statistic. In Kansas City, great pass rushers are celebrated, and remembered. But some might say the statistical void of the game's early days, has obscured just how that tradition started.

  • Chiefs Kingdom: The Sack Act 2

    Posted Nov 3, 2015

    Long before sack artists like Justin Houston and Tamba Hali were terrorizing opposing offenses, there was a time when sacking the quarterback generated far less attention. In fact, the play wasn't even recorded as an official statistic. In Kansas City, great pass rushers are celebrated, and remembered. But some might say the statistical void of the game's early days, has obscured just how that tradition started.

  • Chiefs Kingdom: The Sack Act 1

    Posted Nov 3, 2015

    Long before sack artists like Justin Houston and Tamba Hali were terrorizing opposing offenses, there was a time when sacking the quarterback generated far less attention. In fact, the play wasn't even recorded as an official statistic. In Kansas City, great pass rushers are celebrated, and remembered. But some might say the statistical void of the game's early days, has obscured just how that tradition started.

  • Chiefs Kingdom: The Sack

    Posted Oct 31, 2015

    Before sack artists like Justin Houston and Tamba Hali were terrorizing opponents, there was a time when sacking the QB wasn't recorded as an official statistic. But some might say the statistical void of the game's early days, has obscured just how that tradition started.

  • Chiefs Kingdom: Santos

    Posted Oct 13, 2015

    Chiefs K Cairo Santos had to overcome many obstacles when he moved to the United States at 15 years old. Santos' drive to overcome his hardships would help him after the death of his father and early struggles in the NFL.

  • Santos: Clutch Kick Turn's Season Around

    Posted Oct 13, 2015

    The Chiefs entered week 7 of 2014 at 2-3 and in need of a must win to stay in the race for the AFC West. With seconds to go, Cairo Santos lined up for the biggest kick in his career.

  • Santos: Struggles Force Chiefs to Call in Kicker

    Posted Oct 13, 2015

    K Cairo Santos was 2-4 from field goal range two weeks into the season. Santos' early struggles led to the Chiefs calling on one particular kicker.

  • Santos: Out Kicking the Competition

    Posted Oct 13, 2015

    K Cairo Santos was viewed as nothing more than healthy competition to K Ryan Succop when he entered training camp, but he showed the coaching staff that he could make his kicks and earned a spot on the 2014 Chiefs 53-man roster.

  • Santos: From Tragedy to Triumph

    Posted Oct 13, 2015

    K Cairo Santos went 21-21 from field goal range his junior year at Tulane and earned the Groza Award for best kicker in the nation, but tragedy struck early in his senior season when he learned about the death of his father. Having overcome a new culture and language when he moved to the US at the age of 15, Santos had to fight yet again to overcome the tragic death of his father.