Category Archives: Kansas City Chiefs

  1. Chiefs

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    January 20, 2020 by jacklovelace

    As Etta James put it so well: “At last” Now one more.

  2. Cowboy obsession on the yell shows puzzling

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    December 31, 2019 by jacklovelace

    I surf the cable sports channels. I watch only teams I care about and I don’t spend any time on …
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  3. Forget all doubts

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    December 15, 2019 by jacklovelace

    I posted last week I wanted Drew Lock to do well while the Chiefs still won. It was bullshit. On …
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  4. The Chiefs have a “Lock” on my heart

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    December 9, 2019 by jacklovelace

    My NFL sports life used to be simple. The Kansas City Chiefs forever. When I moved to Kansas City in …
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  5. Andy look, a game!

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    October 14, 2019 by jacklovelace

    There are all sorts deep, meaningful comments to about the Chiefs as we diehards go into panic mode. My shallow …
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  6. Tweets from 2019

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    June 1, 2019 by jacklovelace

    Twitter tweets this year:       jack lovelace‏ @claytonlovelace 18h18 hours ago CU-CSU game starts at 8:10. Over at midnight? …
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  7. Pretty please Chiefs request

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    January 14, 2017 by jacklovelace

    A zillion years ago I was a rookie sports editor for the Pittsburg Kansas Sun. As a St. Louis boy, …
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  8. Incredible

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    November 28, 2016 by jacklovelace

    The Broncos score, we are down by 8. Time for bed. Next morning. Holy shit.

  9. Time for a 30 yard penalty

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    September 24, 2016 by jacklovelace

    Targeting in football should not only be an ejection but it needs to be a 30 yard penalty. It really …
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  10. Ruling talk radio

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    September 1, 2016 by jacklovelace

    I am a diehard Chiefs fan trapped in Bronco land. You can imagine my distance from local talk radio. The …
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