Morning Huddle – Tuesday

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Good morning Chiefs Kingdom! Grab yourself a cup o’ Joe and get in the Huddle!

Chiefs news for February 7, 2023

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Good morning, AG!

Today in Chiefs history, “Blech!The Chiefs lost to the Bucs in Super Bowl VI.

Charles Dickens was born in 1812, The Beatles arrived in NYC in 1964, beginning the British Invasion, Chris Rock was born in 1966, and Mississippi formally abolished slavery in, wait for it…1995, because of some paperwork or some such.

Chiefs make Mecole Hardman, Clyde Edwards-Helaire injury moves for Super Bowl | Clutch Points

The Kansas City Chiefs’ injuries have piled up before their Super Bowl 57 clash with the Philadelphia Eagles, with the likes of wide receivers Mecole Hardman, JuJu Smith-Schuster, Kadarius Toney and cornerback L’Jarius Sneed among the notable players popping up on the injury report. On Monday, the Chiefs made a couple of key moves with Hardman and running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who has been sidelined since Week 11, placing Hardman on Injured Reserve while activating Edwards-Helaire before the Super Bowl, per James Palmer of NFL Network.

Super Bowl LVII: Chiefs bar Big Charlie’s Saloon closed Sunday | CBS News

A famous Kansas City Chiefs bar in Philadelphia will be quiet on Super Bowl Sunday. Big Charlie’s Saloon in South Philly said Monday on social media the bar will not be hosting a party this year.

Patrick Mahomes is already a Hall of Fame lock | Yardbarker

Patrick Mahomes has bigger things on his mind than thinking about his legacy, so we’ll do it for him. There’s no question the Chiefs QB would be a first-ballot Pro Football Hall of Famer if he retired today.

Chiefs FB Michael Burton says no moment is too big for Isiah Pacheco | Chiefswire

Kansas City Chiefs FB Michael Burton has always known there was something special about rookie RB Isiah Pacheco. It wasn’t just their bond as former Rutgers alumni, but the passion with which Pacheco ran the football which impressed Burton. Pacheco seems to play every snap like it’s his last time touching the football.

Chiefs CBs Trent McDuffie, Jaylen Watson discuss slowing down Eagles’ offense | Chiefswire

The Eagles’ offense led by QB Jalen Hurts produced two 1,000-yard receivers this season in WRs A.J. Brown and Devonta Smith. They also quietly had one of the NFL’s leading rushers in Miles Sanders. Stopping this offense is going to be a tough task for Kansas City, but a challenge that they won’t be shying away from.

Chiefs legend Christian Okoye greeted team in Arizona as they arrived for Super Bowl LVII | Chiefswire

Chiefs legend Christian Okoye also known as “The Nigerian Nightmare” was waiting on the tarmac to greet the team as they arrived. The former NFL fullback played his entire career with Kansas City from 1987-1992, twice earning All-Pro and Pro Bowl selections along with leading the league in rushing yards in 1989.

Nick Sirianni on being fired by Andy Reid: You always have this little chip on your shoulder | PFT

There was less notice paid to the fact that Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni also has a history with the Chiefs. Sirianni was the Chiefs wide receivers coach for the 2012 season and he was let go when Reid was hired in 2013 because Reid wanted to have David Culley in that spot.

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02/07/2023 5:04 pm

Streaming LIVE now …

02/07/2023 3:19 pm

I’m really scared about Hitchens, Niemann, Sorenson and mathieu trying to tackle hurts and their rbs… oh wait..

02/07/2023 10:13 am

Cheapest SB tix down to $3,900 per tix – BEFORE the bull jive “fees”.
If SB tix goes down to $2,000, I’ll go to SB.

02/07/2023 10:09 am

EA Madden game which has predicted the correct SB winner with almost 70% accuracy. EA Madden correctly predicted 13 of the past 19.

Chiefs 31
Eagles 17

Just like I keep typing: Chiefs will win by 10+ points, probably closer to 14+ points.

Reply to  gonzangkc11
02/07/2023 10:44 am

Link? Because the one I saw had the same score, but reversed. And it is 1-3 in the last 4 years.

Reply to  NovaChiefs
02/07/2023 11:14 am

The EA Madden game which has predicted the correct Super Bowl winner with almost 70% accuracy just placed its bets on this year’s game (

I incorrectly read article.
EA Madden predicting Eagles 31 | Chiefs 17

 Chiefs will win by 10+ points, probably closer to 14+ points

Reply to  gonzangkc11
02/07/2023 11:22 am

Last ten years have been a coin flip, 5-5. That 72% (hardly worth bragging about) is built on early successes

02/07/2023 8:47 am

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02/07/2023 8:45 am

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02/07/2023 8:44 am

I never thought I would say this but it has happened. I now expect the Chiefs to be playing football in February. This is amazingly cool and I hope I can continue to say this for the next 10 years.

Severely Concussed
02/07/2023 8:44 am

02/07/2023 8:34 am

We can only hope

9. I think this is one of my pet peeves about the media and playoff football. It comes from a USA Today tweet about the Super Bowl officiating crew. “Get ready for a whole lot of flags on Super Bowl Sunday,” it read. “Carl Cheffers crew leads the NFL with an average of 12.6 flags thrown per game.” Except the Carl Cheffers “crew” is not the crew he worked with during the regular season. Of the seven men on the crew, only side judge Eugene Hall was on the Cheffers crew during the season. It would be wiser, and true, to say one of these two things:

  • Referee Carl Cheffers’ crew marked off the most penalties in the NFL this season, but six of the seven officials on the crew are different for the Super Bowl. So it’s probably not a good indicator of how many flags will be thrown in the Super Bowl.
  • Referee Carl Cheffers’ crew marked off the most penalties in the NFL this season, but because all-star crews are used in the post-season, it might be a better indication of their flag frequency to look at what the Cheffers divisional round crew did in January. When Cheffers (with a different crew than he had in the regular-season, and some different officials than he will have in the Super Bowl) worked the Cincinnati-Buffalo game two weeks ago, there were 10 penalties for 69 yards. Pretty light.

What will happen Sunday? Who knows? But it’s certainly no lock that the crew, 75-percent different than the regular-season Cheffers crew, will be flag-happy.”

Reply to  NovaChiefs
02/07/2023 9:31 am

This gives me some hope.

Reply to  paulkcc
02/07/2023 10:44 am

We did win both of the games he reffed this year.

02/07/2023 6:14 am

Let’s go !!!!

02/07/2023 5:40 am

Happy Tuesday Coffee
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Reply to  ChiefDog
02/07/2023 10:50 am

‘Scuse Me while I offer my services for a ” Mole Check ” … ; )

zulu trader
02/07/2023 5:35 am

Toney says he’s playing and Sneed is out of concussion protocols and will play. Juju’s knee is good to go

We’re looking healthy

zulu trader
02/07/2023 5:33 am

I wonder if the weather is going to be nice for the parade?

zulu trader
02/07/2023 5:31 am

Only 5 days to the end of the season and Super Bowl celebration

zulu trader
02/07/2023 5:17 am

This is the week!

Soak it up; Patrick Mahomes is the best QB in the world!

zulu trader
02/07/2023 5:15 am

We’re going to the Super Bowl
We’re going to the Super Bowl
We’re going to the Super Bowl

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02/07/2023 9:17 am

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Reply to  zulu trader
02/07/2023 10:45 am

We are AT the Super Bowl

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