I haven’t had a favorite NFL team since the Colts left Baltimore in 1983, but I will be rooting for the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday when they play the New England Patriots in the AFC championship game.
Unlike a lot of Baltimore fans, it’s not because of a dislike for New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick or quarterback Tom Brady, but a respect for Chiefs coach Andy Reid.
Reid has been a head coach in the NFL since 1999 and has an overall record of 207-137-1, but has reached just one Super Bowl, losing 24-21 to the Patriots in 2005.
He has been harshly criticized in the past for overcoaching in the postseason, and there is some truth to that, which is why Reid has...
They deserve a nice bump for their trade for Trent Richardson alone, but how about that win over the San Francisco 49ers on Sunday? This team -- not the Houston Texans -- are officially the one to beat in the AFC South.