“I didn’t know if that was going to work, but I didn’t know what else would have worked at that time,” he said this week during a calmer time. “I did know that if we’d kept playing the way we were playing in the first half, we were going to lose that game. I had to do something.
“Fortunately, we responded.”
The Chiefs gave up 89 points in the season’s first two games, but since the rant the defense has been a different animal. As a mater of fact, since halftime in Indianapolis, the Chiefs have allowed just one touchdown in 10 quarters.