Marty Schottenheimer Film: Purchase Your DVD or Digital Copy to Help End Alzheimer’s

Just like you, we were shocked and devastated to hear the news, not long after we saw him at Arrowhead Stadium welcoming Tony Richardson into the ring of honor, that former Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer has Alzheimer’s. We grew up in the 1990’s during the rebirth of Kansas City Chiefs football, thanks to Marty Schottenheimer, and that era will always hold a special place in our hearts, as I’m sure it does for every Chiefs fan, player, and coach who was a part of that. 

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Chiefs vs. Colts – Exorcising Playoff Demons (video)

The Kansas City Chiefs haven’t won a home playoff game since 1994 when Joe Montana led a late touchdown drive against the Pittsburgh Steelers. Since January 11th, 1970 the Chiefs have had 4 playoff wins while the Colts have 4 playoff wins against the Chiefs alone! Chiefs fans are nervous having to face this Colts team for a now 5th time in the playoffs and rightfully so. The Chiefs only have 2 home playoff wins in their history and if they lose yet another one, therapists in the Kansas City metro area are going to be busy come Monday. However, the Chiefs have the MVP of the league in Patrick Mahomes so this isn’t the same Chiefs with the likes of Steve Bono, Elvis Grbac, Trent Green, Matt Cassel, or even Alex Smith. For the first time, in a long time, the Kansas City Chiefs can say they have their very own franchise quarterback and not an attempt to turn someone else’s trash into their treasure. It’s time for the Chiefs to exorcise the demons of playoff failures past and look toward a new and bright future with the most exciting quarterback the NFL has to offer!  Continue reading “Chiefs vs. Colts – Exorcising Playoff Demons (video)”

New documentary pays tribute to former Chiefs coach Marty Schottenheimer

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Chiefs have new found hope in Patrick Mahomes (video)

The date was January 23rd, 1994 as the Kansas City Chiefs played the Buffalo Bills in old Rich Stadium in the AFC Championship for the right to go to Super Bowl XXVIII to take on the Dallas Cowboys. The Chiefs dropped two touchdown passes, one by Tim Barnett and one by Kimble Anders, before Joe Montana was concussed and taken out of the game after hitting his head against the concrete astro turf. This would be the Chiefs last appearance in the AFC Championship game to date. Who would have thought that a 38 year old Joe Montana would be the last this franchise saw of true greatness at that position for another 23 years and counting? Continue reading “Chiefs have new found hope in Patrick Mahomes (video)”

Be a part of our film for Marty Schottenheimer

Just like you, we were shocked and devastated to hear the news, not long after we saw him at Arrowhead Stadium welcoming Tony Richardson into the ring of honor, that former Kansas City Chiefs Head Coach Marty Schottenheimer has Alzheimer’s disease. We grew up in the 90’s during the rebirth of Kansas City Chiefs football ,thanks to Marty Schottenheimer, and that era will always hold a special place in our hearts as I’m sure it does for every Chiefs fan.  Continue reading “Be a part of our film for Marty Schottenheimer”

Chiefs Rewind: MNF at Denver Oct. 17, 1994 (140 Photos)

Kansas City Chiefs head coach Marty Schottenheimer and his quarterback Joe Montana were both winless in Mile High Stadium as they stood at a combined 0-10 inside those unfriendly confines. John Elway had been a thorn in the Chiefs side for years by posting 6 game winning drives against the division rival (1 in each of the last 5 years). It wouldn’t be an easy feat for the Chiefs to overcome with a raucous Monday Night Football crowd, defensive tackle Dan Saleaumua out with a sprained knee, and Derrick Thomas being benched for the start of the game for being an hour late to a team meeting earlier in the week.  However, this would prove to be night that Chiefs fans wouldn’t soon forget as all appeared to be lost after a late John Elway scramble for the go-ahead touchdown, but never count out Joe Montana. Joe showed the world that he didn’t leave the “Montana Magic” in San Francisco and he had plenty left to give to the Kansas City Chiefs. Joe Montana went under center with 0:13 left in the game and found Willie Davis in the corner of the end zone to win 31-28 and end his and Marty Schotteneheimer’s winless streak at Mile High Stadium.  Continue reading “Chiefs Rewind: MNF at Denver Oct. 17, 1994 (140 Photos)”