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Know the Enemy Daily Links 9/11: Will Roger Goodell survive Ray Rice saga?

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AFC West

Broncos

Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs: First look - Mile High Report

The Denver Broncos (1-0) take on the Kansas City Chiefs (0-1) in Week 2. Let's see who's hot, who's not, and take a first look at matchups.

Von Miller's sluggish Game 1 fuels fire - Denver Post

Von Miller missed his goal. He wanted a breathtaking performance Sunday and ended up gasping for breath.

Chargers

Don't Panic: The San Diego Chargers have fixable problems - Bolts from the Blue

The sky isn't falling after the San Diego Chargers lose to the Arizona Cardinals.

San Diego Chargers place C Nick Hardwick on Injured-Reserve - Bolts from the Blue

The San Diego Chargers placed starting Center Nick Hardwick on season-ending Injured-Reserve due to a neck injury, ending his season and likely his career.

Chiefs

Emmanuel Sanders re-visits that time the Chiefs almost signed him in free agency - Arrowhead Pride

Remember that time the Chiefs were about to sign free agent WR Emmanuel Sanders before he signed with Denver? Ah, the memories...

Chiefs’ history vs. Peyton Manning is sad - ESPN

There’s no shame in losing to Peyton Manning. He’s won almost 70 percent of his regular-season games since arriving in the NFL, so he’s hurt a lot of opponents for a lot of years.

NFL

Jon Stewart calls out the NFL's massive hypocrisy in the Ray Rice case - Vox Media

Jon Stewart mocked the NFL for its absurd hypocrisy in a segment on The Daily Show last night.

Goodell Under Siege - The MMQB with Peter King

The cries for Roger Goodell's resignation are reverberating across the football world after the AP reported the league office had indeed received the second Ray Rice video. At least one owner isn't sure the NFL commish will survive the saga.

Special Addition - Non-football article

New York Pauses to Remember 9/11 Anniversary - New York Times

It is important to take a moment to remember that fateful day in United States history where so many innocent people gave their lives. RIP and we will never forget.