(11/17/14) The Chiefs DST unit couldn't get off the field in week 11 against the Seahawks, but still came away with a 24-20 win Sunday.
The Chiefs defense stayed on the field for 36 minutes of gametime, and ended up ceding 372 yards of total offense to the Seahawks as a result. However, the Seahawks found the end zone just twice in the game, a good showing for the Chiefs, all things considered. They failed to force a single turnover, however, and came away from the game with just two sacks.
The Chiefs have been a solid DST option of late, having scored at least 9 Fantasy points in four of the last five, so Sunday's game isn't all bad. They face a better matchup in Week 12, with the Raiders on the way Thursday.
Report: Chiefs sign DE Allen Bailey to four-year extension
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com
(11/15/14) The Chiefs have signed defensive end Allen Bailey to a four-year, $25 million extension, a source told Pro Football Talk on Saturday. Bailey was a situational pass rusher in his first three seasons with the Chiefs. In his first year as a full-time starter, Bailey has registered 27 combined tackles and four sacks.
Chiefs keep scoring down again
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(11/2/14) The Chiefs defense, which limited the Rams to just seven points last week, was nearly as effective with another favorable matchup Week 9 against the Jets, allowing 10 points on 364 yards.
But while the Chiefs had seven sacks against the Rams, they had just three in this one. They also no takeaways after returning an interception for a touchdown last week.
Still, if you started the Chiefs DST in Fantasy, you're happy with this performance, as you are most every week you start it. Its matchup Week 10 at Buffalo isn't quite as favorable, but it's been reliable enough for you to start it in Fantasy regardless.
(10/31/14) Chiefs coach Andy Reid told reporters that safety Eric Berrywill play Week 9 against the Jets, according to the team's official website. It'll be Berry's first game action since suffering a high ankle sprain against Denver in Week 2. Reid wouldn't specify Berry's role for Sunday, so it remains if he'll be eased back into action.