Garcon was a full participant in practice Thursday after missing the last two games with a hamstring injury. He has just four receptions for 54 yards and zero touchdowns this year after hauling in 765 yards and four touchdowns last season.
“If they lose, it’s certainly not the end of the world, especially in the AFC West,” Dierdorf said. “Now if they get manhandled, that would certainly take away a little bit of your confidence. But if they go to Indianapolis and pound the ball against the Colts and come out with a win, then who knows what could happen. They could really catch fire.”
“Compared to where he was the year before, (Bowe) showed that sense of urgency,” Haley said. “The players respond how you coach them. If you enforce the idea and make it clear that that’s the way it’s going to be, generally guys get on board or they jump off.”
The rest of courtside looked like the Chiefs’ locker room. Bowe posed for photos, and Haley, wearing a fashionable skull cap, greeted fans. Prime real estate for the coach, but Chiefs lineman Brian Waters wasn’t jealous that Haley had better seats than his second-row view.
“He was willing to spend the money,” Waters explained. “I wasn’t.”
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