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BJ mainly covers the Chiefs for SB Nation Kansas City but will touch up on some other subjects as well. He grew up in Kansas City and graduated from Kansas State in 2006, following a quick stop at Central Missouri State. He played baseball for the Mules for two years and was a member of the 2003 National Championship team before heading to Manhattan to finish his career. He ranks 7th all-time in relief appearances for the Wildcats. BJ got his degree in Electronic Journalism from Kansas State in 2006 and is currently living with his wife in San Diego. She's a former captain of the K-State Volleyball team and is currently coaching in San Diego.

Least competitive team ever

This is the worst season in Kansas City Chiefs franchise history.

Chiefs 3rd down woes

Inside the numbers on the Kansas City Chiefs' performance on third down situations in 2012.

If you're doubting the QB's, go with a pass rusher

Many pundits and analysts have said this isn't a great draft for teams needing a quarterback. If that's the case then you can't go wrong with a pass-rusher.

Chiefs on track for No. 1 pick

The Kansas City Chiefs must win two of their final five games to NOT get the top pick in April's draft.

When to say when

How long will it take for the Kansas City Chiefs to hold someone accountable for this mess?

Mel Kiper's surprising pick for Chiefs at No. 1

ESPN draft expert Mel Kiper has a surprising No. 1 overall pick choice for the Kansas City Chiefs.

'Moral victory' should not exist for Chiefs

The Chiefs need to reject the idea that they won any moral victory against the Steelers.

The story of an athlete's road to recovery

One young athlete shares her story of dedication to her teammates and the cost she paid for doing 'whatever it takes' to get back on the court.

Bold moves in an attempt to champion progress

It may be too little, too late for Romeo Crennel and Scott Pioli but they really threw themselves under the bus with these moves on Monday.

Could a Sean Payton splash save Pioli's job?

It's not likely but it's worth discussing if a big-time coaching hire could save Scott Pioli's job in Kansas City.