Kansas City Chiefs

November 22, 2013 3:54 PM

Chiefs’ pass rushers are only part of plan to put pressure on opposing QBs

If the Chiefs are going to sack more quarterbacks in the final six games of the season, the responsibility won’t lie just with pass rushers. The secondary also plays a role by creating coverage sacks, even against quarterbacks such as Denver’s Peyton Manning, who got rid of the ball quickly last week, and San Diego’s Philip Rivers, who figures to do the same on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.

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