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Five Lessons from the Chiefs Game
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Here are five lessons we learned from Sunday’s 41-38 win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
“An outstanding team win. It’s been a tough couple weeks. We’ve had some difficult losses, but the true character of our football team came out today. Give the players, coaches and everyone in the organization a lot of credit for battling through and doing an outstanding job.”
“There were a lot of big plays for the whole entire football team. It wasn’t just one guy. There was a number of guys.” Read
“We work on the two minute drill all the time. I know we’ve been in this situation before this season and hadn’t gotten it done. It’s not like it’s an easy task. We did it in Philadelphia and we were able to do it today. It’s a credit to the offensive line and it’s a credit to the position players, receivers and backs making plays.” Read
“He is the definition of a football player. He shows up every day, does his job, and doesn’t ask too many questions, he just knows what to do. You can put him at any position on the football team. He knows everybody’s job and he plays snap to whistle every play.” Read
“He’s amazing. What he’s able to do is crazy. Knowing he’s got that many catches and yards, he’s a great player and it’s been an honor to learn from him.”