The Kansas City Chiefs have themselves a little winning streak. The team’s come from behind victory yesterday moved them to 2-3 and helped them keep pace in the AFC West as the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers both won.
We’ll have a lot to talk about this week…and next as the Chiefs are entering their bye week. Until then, here is your Morning Fix!
“My favorite was the one where he stayed with it and laid out,” Breaston said. “He could have easily given up on it since he got the (pass interference), but he stayed with it. We didn’t get the (pass interference) we got the touchdown. Those are the types of plays that you want to make. You don’t want to settle for being at the one-yard line and getting stopped. It’s a great play by Dwayne.”
“Dwayne continues to make unbelievable plays,” Cassel said. “He’s a guy that I trust with all my heart and the ball.”
“I’m so happy for Jackie,” QB Matt Cassel said. “He’s a guy that never complains and just goes out and works hard. He’ll do whatever you ask him to do. He does special teams and he’s a guy that just grinds and grinds and grinds.
“He’s been through a lot since he’s been here,” head coach Todd Haley added. “He’s one of those guys that is just able to hang on because he’s a special teams player, but you could tell that he always believed he was really a runner and he didn’t like it too much when we relegated him, in our minds, to just a special teams player.”
But just in case the message isn’t coming across, he is standing in front of his locker after the Chiefs’ second win of the season wearing a shirt that screams SWAG! in big block letters. And he just can’t wait to use a line he’s surely rehearsed.
“My last name is Bowe,” he says. “So everything I do, I want it to be un-Bowe-lievable.”
Then, big deficits turned into bigger deficits. This time, the Chiefs turned one into a victory.
“Anytime you’re down like that, the one thing you can’t do is let yourself think that way,” Cassel said. “Then it will go the wrong direction. But it was great to see that people were still into it no matter what the score was. We kept our focus.”