Under Linehan, Rams had fallen from "Greatest Show on Turf" to "Greatest No-Show in NFL," John Clayton writes.
With teams being so close on talent, schedules have become a huge factor in the hunt for playoff berths, writes John Clayton.
A loss Saturday would likely put a stamp on Dick Vermeil's tenure in K.C., John Clayton writes as he previews Week 16's top games.
Instead of settling for an easy field goal to force OT, Dick Vermeil made a gutsy call in the Chiefs' incredible win over Oakland.
Dick Vermeil says he might want to return after this season. Whether he does will depend on how much better the revamped Chiefs' defense is in 2005.
A shoddy run defense and injuries on offense have contributed mightily to the Chiefs' 0-2 start.
The Chiefs improved to 7-0 on Monday night, but there are plenty concerns over an offense that sputtered.
The Rams and Steelers should parlay easy schedules into high seeds in the playoffs.
A smooth schedule and a reconfigured defense give Kansas City the look of a playoff contender.
In what could be his last year with the Chiefs, coach Dick Vermeil is eyeing another Super Bowl title.
The Chiefs made strides to improve this offseason. But it might not be enough in the NFL's toughest division.
Dick Vermeil is one of the most vocal proponents of allowing all 53 players on a roster to remain active on game day.
Even though the Chiefs made incredible strides at season's end, there are still a number of question marks surrounding this year's squad.
Dick Vermeil and Trent Green are looking for better things in their second seasons in Kansas City.
The group of free agents at running back and wide receiver is fairly thin.