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Chiefs o-line continues changes

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07:09 PM ET 11.24 | The Kansas City Chiefs could be facing major change along their offensive line on Sunday against the Denver Broncos. Left tackle Branden Albert is unlikely to play, listed as doubtful. Center Ryan Lilja and guard Jon Asamoah are both listed as questionable. With guard Jeff Allen joining the starting lineup midseason, the Chiefs could employ an offensive line that has just one starter in the same position as the one he started in Week 1. The 1-9 Chiefs host the Broncos.

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November 24, 2012  07:43 PM ET

A regular revolving door, it is.

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November 24, 2012  07:53 PM ET
QUOTE(#2):

The genius of Romeo Crennel at work.

Hope Brady has concussion insurance

November 24, 2012  08:21 PM ET

Considering how badly the O line has played, this might be an improvement.

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November 24, 2012  11:39 PM ET

Hey, who gives a ****? Anybody see that Notre Dame game? Hell yeah!

November 24, 2012  11:54 PM ET

agree with the "revolving door"..........I like comment #5....with the cowboys included.

November 25, 2012  03:37 AM ET

Remember when the Chiefs used to have the best, or second best O line in the league? I miss those days.....

November 25, 2012  09:08 AM ET

In todays game, the Chiefs are only 3 players and a coach away from the playoffs

 
November 25, 2012  10:36 AM ET

A complete overhaul in KC is needed starting with the GM, coaches, and a lot of their players. If I am the GA. QB I am staying in school because I would be afraid of the Chiefs taking me first in the draft.

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