It was a rough Sunday again for Chiefs fans. There is no shortage of material out there this morning recapping the game. Let’s get on with it.
Here is your Morning Fix.
“You saw how Bradley came back and made two huge pays for us, one on fourth down and one when we needed to get the ball down the field on the last drive. It’s bouncing back from those mishaps and doing those things that help the team win.”
Both Cribbs and Harrison ran their way into the NFL record books against the Chiefs. Cribbs had two kickoff returns for touchdowns that give him eight for his career, more than any player in league history. Harrison ran for 286 yards, the third best rushing day in NFL history and a team record for the Browns, a mark previously held by the greatest Brown of all.
Will top assistants want to come work for Haley this offseason? Let’s don’t even deal with the damage Haley has done to his reputation with his wild-man coaching routine and his handling of Gailey. Why would a top assistant come to KC when Haley is going to enter next season on the hot seat?
You know who would come? A coach with ties to Scott Pioli; a coach who thinks he could be the interim head coach if Haley gets fired six weeks into the season. Charlie Weis. Romeo Crennel.
“Jamaal again showed he’s pushing to try to be one of the top guys in the league at that position,” Chiefs coach Todd Haley said. “He’s continued to impress me. Those are things we have to grab on to … ”
“It’s just like catching the ball,” Bradley said. “It’s very streaky, and you’ve got to work your way out of it. I had one drop earlier in the game and they came back to me, called my number, and I worked myself out of it.”