How the Kansas City Chiefs Can Continue Terrorizing Opposing QBs

September 25, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Kansas City Chiefs are 3-0 for the first time in years and now look like a good bet to make the playoffs in a weak AFC. The offense has been average, but it has yet to turn the ball over, and that has allowed the defense to be more aggressive.
The result through three weeks has been overwhelming positive for the defense, and the Chiefs have been arguably the toughest team in the league on opposing quarterbacks. They terrorized Blaine Gabbert, Tony Romo and Michael Vick and lead the league in sacks (15) and sack percentage (11.7 percent) through three weeks.
If the Chiefs can continue to harass opposing quarterbacks, they should continue to pile up wins. If they don't, we'll simply chalk their torrid start up to inferior offenses. The Chiefs still have to face Peyton Manning twice, and everyone knows that getting pressure on a Manning is both difficult and vital.  
How the Chiefs have gotten pressure and how they can continue to do it are two different ...

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