But on Sunday against the Chiefs, Porter was invisible. He was not a factor in the Dolphins defensive effort. In fact, in the post-game press box stats for the Miami defense, Porter did not appear. No tackles, no assists, no sacks, no quarterback hurries, no pressures. Porter was a non-factor. He tried both sides of the Chiefs offensive line, going against rookie left tackle Branden Albert and veteran right tackle Damion McIntosh. Several times he lined up so wide that the running back had to take care of his rush, something both Larry Johnson and Jamaal Charles did without problems.Chiefs News Chiefs Update | Chiefs Football at BobGretz.com Credit where credit is due.