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Know the Enemy Daily Links 11/12: Kansas City Chiefs winning by playing it safe

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Tom Szczerbowski

AFC West


In Focus: Denver Broncos 41, Oakland Raiders 17 - Mile High Report

We're back to look at the advanced stats of Pro Football Focus to highlight the Denver Broncos top three performers on offense and defense from their week ten 41-17 destruction of the Oakland Raiders.

Hochman: Broncos' consideration of Richie Incognito displays worry for O-line - Denver Post

While the Broncos didn't sign the former Pro Bowler on Tuesday, The Denver Post's Mike Klis reported that the team's meeting with Incognito was "productive" — and that the door isn't closed on him.


What #RaidersWeek Means To Me - Bolts from the Blue

Nothing. It means nothing to me at all, and that's okay. It doesn't make me any less a fan or a supporter of the San Diego Chargers. It just makes me a football fan.

Which Chargers’ Team Shows Up This Sunday? - CBS Las Vegas

Was it that long ago that the San Diego Chargers were owners of a five-game winning streak? To many San Diego fans, that may seem like many months ago.


The Chiefs drive of the year: Starring Dwayne Bowe, Alex Smith, and Jamaal Charles - Arrowhead Pride

MNChiefsfan recaps the Chiefs best drive of the year which came last Sunday against the Bills.

Chiefs Play It Safe, and Haven’t Been Sorry Since Week 1 - NY Times

It starts with a methodical offense. Kansas City ranks in the top five in time of possession, average plays run per drive and average time per drive


Armour: NFL not helping anyone by dragging its feet - USA Today

Suspending Rice indefinitely and mothballing Adrian Peterson and Greg Hardy may have appeased disgusted fans and soothed concerned sponsors, and it gave the NFL a quick and easy way to claim it was doing something.

The NFL Should Expand To London. But First: Canada, Mexico And LA. -

Still, if London got first dibs on a team, the NFL would be overlooking a couple of more obvious candidates much closer to home.