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Did Romeo almost cost the Chiefs that game?

Awesome game, awesome win and it's awesome to be in first place! BUT, I have a question regarding the potential game-winning drive by the Chargers that ended in the Phumble... What was Romeo Crennel thinking on that 3rd-and-18 play by calling an all-out blitz?

If you remember the Chargers were at their own 44-yard line with a 3rd-and-18. The Chiefs apparently sent an all-out blitz allowing Phyllis to complete a 19-yard pass to Patrick Crayton. How in the s*&t did that happen? And why? It just seems to me that we should have been playing a zone on that play and rushing maybe 3 or 4 players. What was Romeo thinking? It probably could and should have cost us the game, but apparently the football gods were smiling on us last night so it didn't matter. Please, Romeo, don't do that again with the game on the line.



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