“Can he do it by himself? No; I don’t think anybody can,” the coach says. “… They still have to be able to do some other things. If they win, it’s not going to be because of Tyler Palko. They’re going to win because the Kansas City Chiefs went out and did what they needed to do.”
The elder Palko says the Chiefs will have to design a game plan to support Palko’s athletic ability and capacity to manage a game. More than that, the team will have to trust in Palko’s mind, which has been preparing to scratch this itch for nearly three decades.
“Do I think he can do it? Yeah, I know he can do it,” Bob Palko says. “Is he good enough? We’re about to find out, I guess.”