Celebrating The Kansas City Chiefs Defensive Renaissance

For close readers we offer a KICK-ASS TKC READER suggestion and a thoughtful report regarding the recent turnaround . . .

Moreover, the insight about recent improvements is better than what we've seen from most sports talkers:

"With all these young defensive backs playing better and more frequently, Sorensen is playing better, too. He’s played a part-time role since Week 8, averaging 29.6 snaps per game — and his grades have gradually improved. His exclamation-point pick-six against Denver is the perfect symbol of Spagnuolo getting much better play out of his secondary just by reshuffling players."

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The Chiefs' Defense Was Historically Awful. Now It's Bailing Them Out.

Ever since Patrick Mahomes's early season slump, NFL watchers have been waiting for the Kansas City Chiefs' high-flying offense to return. The Chiefs have averaged 25.3 points per game this season, tied for 13th - which isn't bad. But after three straight years of finishing between first and sixth, the preseason Super Bowl favorites are well off their usual pace.