What is this?
This is the Chief in the North Newsletter, a dream a decade in the making.
I’m Seth Keysor (or MNchiefsfan if you’ve been around a while), and I’ve been writing about the Chiefs for over 10 years. What started as a hobby to fight “hot takes” became something much more, and I’ve been privileged to write for both SB Nation and The Athletic analyzing what is really happening on the football field and what it all means.
For years, I’ve wanted to try out a direct link between Chiefs Kingdom and myself. No editors, no deadlines, no assignments. Just me and you, talking about football. That’s what this is.
What do I get out of subscribing?
What you’ll get here is in-depth film reviews and some coverage on what it means to be a Chiefs fan. What you get by subscribing is access to anything and everything I write here, from obsessively charting snaps to musing as to why Mike Maslowski’s injury cost the 2003 Chiefs the Super Bowl.
What will this cost me?
The paywall requirements of Substack only let me go as low as $5/month or $30/year, but in an effort to make this affordable for anyone who wants it, here’s a deal for 60% off the subscription price (forever). I’ll be consistently offering deals to make sure price is never an issue. If it is for you, DM me on Twitter and we’ll figure something out. I never, ever want someone to miss out because of lack of funds.
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