Chiefs Defense "Buying Into" New System from The Mothership
While the phrase, "It starts up front," usually refers to the offensive line, the same can be said for the Chiefs defensive line; a group that continues to please the team's defensive coordinator Bob Sutton.
"The entire d-line, the Powe/Poe brothers (Jerrell and Dontari), both of them, Powe and Poe, they've both done a good job," Sutton said. "(Chiefs DE)
Mike DeVitohas come in and done a good job; I think the entire group up there has really embraced it."
Coach Sutton spoke more about the "it" factor, after one of the Chiefs OTAs.
2014 Draft: Chiefs At A Glance from The San Diego Union-Tribune
Jadeveon Clowney belongs on the Chiefs.
Long ago, in the 20th Century, the Chiefs made a habit of drafting large, fast, nasty men who loved to play defense. They were enforcers. Go to Canton, Ohio and you'll see five of them in bronze: Bobby Bell, Buck Buchanan, Willie Lanier, the late Derrick Thomas and 2013 inductee Curley Culp.
These 10 NFL Head Coach Firings Are Worst Of The Worst from CBS Sports
1. Marv Levy, Kansas City Chiefs: Levy was the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs from 1978-82. He got fired at the end of a strike-shortened season. In his first four years, before the strike, the Chiefs improved every year -- four wins to seven, eight and nine. Levy went on to have a 112-70 record with the Bills with four straight Super Bowl appearances and is in the Hall of Fame.