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Inspired by the slight chance that the Sox aren't dead this season, we look back at four teams that were left for dead, only to RISE!
touchdowns to boot. That Cowboys team ended up 8-8 and third overall in the NFC East. b) Tony Gonzalez, 2004: With the Chiefs , he led the league in catches with 102, and added 1,258 receiving yards and seven touchdowns for good measure. That Kansas
. ‘ Kansas City Chiefs (@KCChiefs) May 2, 2015 . I know it’s out of character for me to go all negative in the aftermath of the Patriots’ draft
starter that season, passing for over 3,500 yards, 21 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. Belichick promptly traded him away to the Chiefs for a second-round pick. Five years later, Belichick used another Brady backup as trade bait: Ryan Mallett was sent to
setup probably is closer to the good timing enjoyed by the Colts in the Luck situation.) Montana played two seasons with the Chiefs before calling it a career following the 1994 season. Meanwhile, Young went on to lead the Niners to a Super Bowl that same
augment other areas of their team-building process instead of relying solely on free agency as a quick fix. Last year, the Chiefs were one of those aggressive teams, but they also recognized that you couldn’t simply whip out the checkbook and try and
best team-building comparison is to the Chiefs of the early 1990s. Kansas City acquired ..... 17-8 in his two years as a starter with the Chiefs in the regular season, but Kansas City ..... t get to the Super Bowl : in 1993, the Chiefs made it to the AFC title game, but lost
hasn’t played in seven seasons, but he’s as angry as ever at commissioner Roger Goodell. Horn, who also played for the Chiefs and Falcons during his career from 1996-2007, called Goodell “the devil” when discussing the state of the NFL. “Here’s what
was still the oldest starting quarterback to win a Super Bowl . e) Joe Montana : Montana turned 38 in 1994 when he was with the Chiefs , and in his last year as a starting quarterback, he completed 61 percent of his passes, threw for 3,283 yards, and had
Gurley because of health issues. 18. Kansas City — Andrus Peat, OL, Stanford: With Scherff and Flowers off the board, the Chiefs turn to the best available tackle prospect. 19. Cleveland (via Buffalo) — Breshad Perriman, WR, Central Florida: This
yards and 11 touchdowns. His father, Kevin, also played receiver for Kansas State and was a second-round draft pick of the Chiefs . He broke his father’s school records for career receptions and yards. He finished with 6,586 career all-purpose yards
called. The Jets were one of the teams that called. It was a bunch of teams. It was the Steelers, it was Cleveland, it was the Chiefs , it was the Packers , Baltimore — I mean, it was every team as well. Guys were willing to fly down and meet with me