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The Kansas City Chiefs fired coach Todd Haley on Monday with the team he led to the AFC West title less than a year ago stuck at the bottom of the division following a series of devastating injuries and discouraging blowouts.
The Kansas City Chiefs fired coach Todd Haley on Monday, less than a year after he led the team to the AFC West title, and appointed Romeo Crennel the interim coach.
The Bible reminds us to remember the Sabbath and keep it holy. It makes no mention of football. But on Sundays, Americans are more likely to occupy the couch watching their favorite team than the church pew. Then along comes Tim Tebow, and we can have our faith and football, too.
Nobody knows what will come of the Tim Tebow experiment, not even those scrambling ramblers who came before him.
The Oakland Raiders don't have much time to get over Sunday's lopsided loss in Miami.
Apparently, it's going to take more than injuries to star players to derail the Houston Texans.
Tim Tebow and the Denver Broncos were close to being knocked out again. They haven't flinched in more than a month.
Eighteen games into his NFL career, Tim Tebow remains a riddle, wrapped in a mystery, inside ... a football helmet. His Denver Broncos team keeps winning — five times in his six starts this season — but Tebow also keeps putting up numbers that, for a quarterback, are straight out of the leather-helmet era. In fact, his completion rate this year (45.5 percent) is lower than the league rate in 1947 (47.0).
Forget Tim Tebow for just a moment. It's Miller Time in Denver.