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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- If the Kansas City Chiefs could have designed the way they will enter the AFC Championship Game, they would have drawn up their 31-13 divisional-round win against the Indianapolis Colts.
The Chiefs didn't merely beat the Colts on Saturday, they used them as a launching pad. Kansas City will have a full head of steam going into next week's game against the winner of the Los Angeles Chargers and New England Patriots (1:05 p.m. ET, Sunday). The AFC title game will be in Kansas City for the first time.


"It's been a long time coming," Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said. "It's something we feel as an organization we should have accomplished in recent history. Since Andy [Reid] came here, we've had a lot of shots. But finally we get a chance to win that AFC championship and to get to do it at home is so special for us."
The victory was a big confidence boost for the Chiefs, particularly on defense. They played their best defensive game of the season, forcing the Colts to go three plays and punt on each of their first four possessions.
The defense pitched a shutout until the Colts scored an offensive touchdown with less than six minutes left. The Colts scored their first touchdown on a blocked punt in the second quarter.
The Chiefs, who entered the game allowing 18 points a game at home, didn't allow a touchdown in their final regular-season game, a 35-3 win against the Oakland Raiders.
Kansas City made some recent defensive lineup changes that seem to be working. Third cornerback Charvarius Ward and safety Jordan Lucas, who is starting in place of the injured Eric Berry, have played well over the past couple of games.
The Chiefs had been plagued by defensive penalties most of the season but against the Colts they had just one -- a pass interference call against Ward with 41 seconds remaining. They had no defensive penalties against the Raiders.
"You could feel the energy all week," Reid said. "I think some of the young guys are maturing right in front of our eyes and playing well. We added a couple of guys in there. ... Everybody's taking up their game."
With the emphatic victory, the Chiefs buried their many playoff demons. They won at Arrowhead Stadium in the playoffs for the first time since January 1994. The streak included losses of one, two, three and four points.
The Chiefs had lost 11 of their previous 12 playoff games, with four of those defeats coming against the Colts.
They won't have that ugly history hanging over them heading into the AFC title game. They buried it early by rushing to a 17-0 lead in the second quarter.
<img class=" lazyloaded imageLoaded " data-image-container=".inline-photo">Patrick Mahomes completed 27 of 41 passes for 278 yards against the Colts. Jay Biggerstaff/USA TODAY Sports"It is great to get that talking point behind us," Hunt said. "There was a lot of noise obviously out there about it. The fans had a lot of anxiety about it. That's all now in the rearview mirror."
Against the Colts, the Chiefs had to survive some anxious moments having more to do with their playoff history -- they wasted a 28-point, third-quarter lead against the Colts five years ago and an 18-point, third-quarter lead against the Titans last season -- than the way they were playing.
But they finished strong this time. A Sammy Watkins fumble at the Kansas City 20 gave the Colts some apparent life late in the third quarter.
But Dee Ford forced Andrew Luck to fumble two plays later. The Chiefs recovered and were never again seriously threatened.
Every time the Colts did something positive -- their blocked punt, the Watkins fumble and their fourth-quarter touchdown -- the Chiefs answered. They scored a touchdown of their own after each of the Indianapolis TDs.
That kind of resilience had been in short supply for the Chiefs in the playoffs. When things started to go bad, they went bad in a big way.
But with some help from their defense, the Chiefs changed their postseason narrative, perhaps for good.
"All the way around, everybody contributed," Reid said. "It's important this time of year that you do that."
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Chiefs activate offensive lineman Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, cut Ron Parker
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Chiefs defense takes a shit on themselves again.

Bob Sutton has to be fired
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Chiefs defense takes a shit on themselves again.

Bob Sutton has to be fired
In the defense of the Chiefs defense, it was clear they were gassed. They were on the field for basically the entire first half so they had a rough night. That said, how the fuck does everyone see that they are that tired and yet the Chiefs sideline doesn't call a time out to give them a break? The Patriots ran what looked to be 2-3 plays over and over again the whole march down the field in OT. It was more of a sad reflection on the defense than on their offensive brilliance.

Sutton needs to go. If Reid steps up and says he needs to stay, then maybe it's time he goes too (although he's locked in contract wise IIRC). As brilliant as he may be, the same failures are following him around to each team he coaches as well.

Then there's the conversation that needs to happen about Eric Berry. Sounds like he's having surgery in the off season again so hopefully his condition improves but his impact on the field has been about the same as it's been off the field. There's a lot of money tied up in him though.
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Hosuton needs to renegotiate and take a pay cut
Berry needs to renegotiate and take a pay cut.
Ford needs to be franchise tagged and traded.
Sorenson cut

There are 22 free agents as well. Chiefs need to resign a handful of them for vet minimums and hope they draft well.
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I think the vocal majority were asking for it too.
It looks like some players even posted on twitter with Gif's about it...
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KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- The Chiefs took the first step toward assembling their 90-player offseason roster on Tuesday, signing nine of their practice squad players to reserve/future contracts.

Quarterback Chase Litton headlines the group of players signed to reserve/future deals. Several players who spent the season on the team's practice squad after standing out during training camp agreed to contracts. That group includes wide receiver Josh Crockett, linebacker Raymond Davison, offensive tackle Ryan Hunter and cornerback D'Montre Wade. The club also signed linebacker Robert McCray, who the Chiefs placed on the practice squad injured list in October.

Defensive tackle Joey Ivie, offensive tackle Pace Murphy and tight end David Wells also agreed to reserve/future contracts. The trio joined the practice squad as free agents during the season.

Only two players on the practice squad have yet to sign reserve/future contracts. Cornerback Chris Cooper and safety Leon McQuay remain unsigned. Practice squad contracts expire one week after a team completes its season. The contracts for Cooper and McQuay expire on Jan. 27.
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REPORT: Chiefs Interested in Rex Ryan as DC After Firing Bob Sutton



The ​Kansas City Chiefs parted ways with ​defensive coordinator Bob Sutton on Tuesday following their heartbreaking loss in the AFC Championship Game.


Could they already have his replacement lined up?


The Chiefs have expressed interest in bringing aboard ​Rex Ryan to be the team's next defensive coordinator. The former ​Bills and ​Jets head coach is currently an analyst with ESPN, but perhaps the opportunity to coach for this Chiefs team could lure him back to coaching.



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Here’s a name to watch for the now vacant Chiefs’ DC job, per sources: former Jets and Bills’ HC and current ESPN analyst Rex Ryan, who has been approached about other DC openings in recent seasons.

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Ryan is a defensive-minded coach and would be an ideal fit for the KC coaching vacancy, should they extend an offer to him. Ryan last coached in 2016 with the Bills, having spent two seasons as their head coach. Prior to that he was with the Jets for six seasons.


Bringing a defensive coordinator with experience as a head coach could be just what the Chiefs need in order to rapidly revamp their defensive unit, which ranked among the worst in the league in most categories.



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You can laugh at Rex Ryan the head coach all you like. Rex Ryan the DC with Andy Reid running the offense and Patrick Mahomes at QB is terrifying.

If Ryan takes over the defense in KC, then the team will certainly be trending upwards. Perhaps a Super Bowl trip in the 2019-20 season is a realistic target for the Chiefs if they can take the right steps this offseason on defense. Ryan would be an outstanding start.
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