And then there was one…
The Kansas City Chiefs are enjoying the success of being the NFL’s last unbeaten team, and coming fresh off ESPN’s Power Rankings are sitting atop the NFL as the number one team.
Coach Reid on starting quarterback Jason Campbell and the Browns offense,
Well, he’s smart, and he’s accurate. He’s a big guy. If you have the chance to get to him, you better wrap him up. Their receivers (Cleveland Browns) are big, physical guys. You’ve got to make sure you take care of business, make sure you play your kind of football and that’s what we need to do.
Headcoach Andy Reid spoke about how he prepares a team for the spotlight of being a successful football team,
Listen, and I’ve said this from day one, you don’t get caught up in all of that. That’s fluff. The thing that you take care of is you make sure that you respect your opponent, you study your opponent and you get yourself right. You make sure you know the game plan. That’s what you can control. All of this (media) stuff, you can’t control. You can’t control what you guys say or do or anybody else; you control what you can control.
Towards the end of the press conference Reid was asked about Kendrick Lewis and Eric Berry and their chemistry in the secondary,
Kendrick Lewis is a stud. He’s a tough kid and we do ask him and EB (Eric Berry) to do a lot. They work well together. He’s been banged up a little bit and he’s worked through it. When I tell you that, I mean he’s worked through it and hasn’t missed a beat. There has got to be communication back there, they have to be your transmitters back there with everything spreading right and left. Kendrick (Lewis) does most of that, that’s his responsibility and (he) does it well.
As the Chiefs close in on Sunday Coach Reid has his team focused and ready to move to 8-0.
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