Quarterback Jason Campbell said he doesn’t want to know about the Chiefs’ result, win or lose. Punter Shane Lechler said he plans to keep a close eye on the Chiefs game.
“I’m going to watch,” Lechler said. “I watch every game on Sunday. Yeah, I do. I’m a football fan, so I watch all the games, as many as I can, no matter what it is. College football, it doesn’t matter, NFL, I watch all the games. If it’s on, I have to check it out.”
“Wallace is another great example of a guy that has bought in from Day One and has worked hard, is very coachable, very passionate about being a part of this team,” head coach Todd Haley said. “He’s developed and has gotten better, and (Sunday) obviously he had some real big plays for us.”
“He’s stacked a bunch of really good games together, but that game in particular was a true all-pro effort,” said Chiefs coach Todd Haley, in a rare moment of lavishing praise on an individual player.
“I don’t think there’s a team we can play that we can’t be physical (against) and have a chance,” Chiefs coach Todd Haley said. “We’re just not there yet. (Tennessee) in particular prides itself on being a tough, physical team, and they have for a number of years. You see it down in and down out. If you don’t come to play and come ready to be in a physical battle, you’ll have real problems.
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