Denver Broncos Leave Kansas City Chiefs With What They Need to Succeed In 2010

November 15, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Everyone who follows football knows why the Kansas City Chiefs lost to the Denver Broncos on Sunday afternoon: The defense didn't show up and gave up 49 points. I'm not going to spend a whole lot of time recapping this game in detail.
Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones were never given a chance to get going after the Broncos scored touchdowns on their first four drives. On the Chiefs' opening drive, Charles picked up a first down on a solid second down reception of over 10 yards, but it was called back on an illegal motion penalty on Charles which resulted in a three-and-out.
Again, I'm not blaming the loss on any little things that the Chiefs could have tweaked or making any kind of excuses whatsoever. The Chiefs lost because the defense couldn't stop anything the Broncos were doing.
However, the Charles penalty did contribute to the Chiefs not getting a chance to really utilize the run, in that it stopped them from having any chance to keep pace with the Broncos early. Sh...

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