Andy Reid’s first season in Kansas City as head coach of the Chiefs started with a bang, and ended with a thud.
The Kansas City Chiefs lost an eighth-straight postseason game on Saturday, losing 45-44 to the Indianapolis Colts after holding a 28-point lead in the third quarter.
Andrew Luck threw four second-half touchdown passes and scored on a fumble recovery, leading the Indianapolis Colts from a four-TD deficit to an historic 45-44 comeback victory over the Kansas City Chiefs in a wild-card game Saturday.
Just two weeks ago, the Kansas City Chiefs lost at home to the Indianapolis Colts in a game that sealed the AFC West team’s postseason fate. Can they flip that outcome on the road in the playoffs?
Chip Kelly’s unique way of doing things has been the right formula for the Philadelphia Eagles.
In his first season in the NFL, Chip Kelly has the Eagles at 6-5 and in first place in the NFC East, something not many people expected. Kelly is starting to win over Philadelphia.
It was a memorable weekend in football, both on the college and professional scenes.
Philadelphia is having a good time with Chip Kelly. After losing three straight, the Eagles have won two in a row, are scoring points, and everyone seems to be happy with the Eagles head coach at the moment.
The undefeated Kansas City Chiefs pounded the winless New York Giants 31-7 on Sunday.
If there was a poll taken of Andy Reid’s approval ratings during the last days of his final season with the Eagles, you can almost certainly be assured that it would have been very low. Even Reid’s biggest supporters couldn’t have approved of the 4-12 records, and one of the ugliest seasons in team history.
The Eagles lost a game they could have and should have won last Sunday. They couldn’t contain San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers, who threw for 410 yards, completing 36 of 47 passes without an interception. That was their most significant failure. But what the game amounted to was third downs.
Chip Kelly was direct, accountable and right now seems very patient in dealing with the media and something new Kelly very rarely had to deal with at Oregon—losing.
Chris breaks down last night’s Eagles loss to Andy Reid and the Chiefs, the latest efforts in the House and Senate to defund Obamacare and the Pope’s latest statements on gay marriage and abortion. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday, Beasley Reece for CBS 3, Ray Didinger from CSN Philly, and Comedians, the Sklar Brothers.
Andy Reid returned to Lincoln Financial Field last night, and brought the 2012 Eagles with him.
The loss wasted an amazing effort by LeSean McCoy, who rushed for a game-high 158 yards rushing on 20 carries, including a 41-yard fourth quarter touchdown that put the Eagles within a score of tying the Chiefs.