BJ Kissel

  • joined Oct 31, 2009
  • last login Jan 15, 2014
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Sports writer, analyst, reporter or sideline guy on any given day.

All started with Arrowhead Pride.

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  • MLB Kansas City Royals
  • NBA Los Angeles Lakers
  • NFL Kansas City Chiefs
  • NCAAF Kansas St. Wildcats
  • NCAAB Kansas St. Wildcats
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Meet the most underrated Chief

Which Chiefs player is grading out as the best in the NFL at his position?

The basics of the Chiefs passing game

A breakdown of one of the Chiefs passing concepts within Andy Reid's West Coast offense.

The Houston factor

Looking at what made Justin Houston's performance in Philadelphia special.


Go deep! Chiefs passing attack vs. Dallas

An illustrated breakdown of Chiefs passing attack vs. the Cowboys.


Here's how Chiefs o-line dominated the Jags

BJ Kissel (yes, that BJ) recaps the Chiefs o-line performance against the Jaguars with three plays.


The Chiefs top needs, right now

BJ Kissel discusses the Chiefs needs as we get ready for the draft that's here in less than a month.

4 reasons to like the Chiefs new TE

The Kansas City Chiefs recently signed former Miami Dolphins TE Anthony Fasano to a 4-year, $16 million deal. Is he worth it? Let's take a closer look at his strengths and weaknesses.

The 2013 pass rushers

Taking a closer look at three pass-rushers the Chiefs could be looking at in the upcoming draft.

Breaking down Sean Smith

Chiefs GM John Dorsey has already stated that Sean Smith is a 'perfect fit' for the Chiefs defense. Let's take a closer look at what he means by that.

Breaking down Dunta

The Kansas City Chiefs have added a new piece to their defensive backfield: former Atlanta Falcons DB Dunta Robinson. How does Robinson fit into the Chiefs defense? I went back and watched five games from Robinson last season.


Who's next? Biggest remaining needs

BJ Kissel takes a survey of the Kansas City Chiefs next moves after signing Dwayne Bowe and Dustin Colquitt to new contracts, as well as giving Branden Albert the franchise tag.

The case for Dee Milliner

The Kansas City Chiefs have a need at cornerback opposite Brandon Flowers. Here's the case for the top cornerback in the upcoming NFL draft, Alabama's Dee Milliner.

The case for Alex Smith

With rumors circulating that the KC Chiefs are interested in trading for quarterback Alex Smith, it's time to get serious about what Smith might look like in Kansas City. Is he a fit? What are his strengths and weaknesses?

The case for Nick Foles in KC

One of the many rumors we've heard over the last few weeks regarding the Chiefs QB situation is that Andy Reid could be interested in bringing over his third-round pick from last year, Nick Foles. Well, should he be interested?

The case for a safety

The NFL combine starts in just a couple of weeks and we're talking about three safeties the Chiefs could target this April and they will all be at the 2013 NFL Combine in Indianapolis.


4 safeties to look at

I bet you're tired of talking about quarterback's and left tackle's. So let's talk about four free agent safeties the Kansas City Chiefs could pursue this off-season.

Mardy Gilyard says he's a Chief

The Kansas City Chiefs have signed free agent wide receiver Mardy Gilyard according to Gilyard's twitter account.

The Chiefs top 8 needs

I've taken the top 8 needs for the Chiefs heading into this off-season and put them in order from most important to least important.


No.1 picks not named Geno or Joeckel

Here are three players that could be in-play for the Chiefs with the No. 1 pick that haven't been discussed as much as Geno Smith or Luke Joeckel.

Curley Culp is HOF-bound

Welcome to the Hall of Fame, Curley Culp, who was announced as the newest member of the Pro Football Hall of Fame class of 2013. The Hall of Fame committee made it official, announcing Culp and the rest of the 2013 class.

Not this year: Will Shields misses HOF cut

Denied. Will Shields was eliminated from consideration for the 2013 Pro Football Hall of Fame when the 15 finalists were voted down to 10.

First big decision

With a new regime and possibly a new quarterback, the Chiefs will have a lot of big decisions this offseason. But all those decisions start with the question of Branden Albert's future with the Chiefs.

Pick No. 34

The Kansas City Chiefs have a need at inside linebacker. Meet Arthur Brown, K-State linebacker. I swear I'm not biased to a fellow Wildcat!

My week in Mobile

After a week in Mobile, Alabama covering the 2013 Senior Bowl for SB Nation and Arrowhead Pride, BJ Kissel returns to Kansas City with his final thoughts on the week that was.

TE Nick Kasa at the Senior Bowl

The Chiefs spoke with Colorado TE Nick Kasa following Monday's practice in Mobile for the Senior Bowl.

Meeting of the minds

Among the many great things I've got to see and experience this week in Mobile one of the coolest had nothing to do with the players on the field.

Two fans, a bag of Cheetos and Andy Reid

I had a chance to talk with a couple of Kansas City Chiefs fans today who made the trip down from Missouri to watch the Senior Bowl practices. They also ran into Chiefs coach Andy Reid.


QB-less stock up, stock down report

BJ Kissel with a stock up, stock down report from Mobile at the Senior Bowl.

'Little bit of Shaun Smith in him'

Checking in from Mobile with notes from the South team's walkthrough at the Senior Bowl practices.

South team: 11 notes from day 3

The 2013 Senior Bowl continues with BJ Kissel reporting from Mobile, Alabama. Read on for BJ's report on the South team for day three of the Senior Bowl.

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