Double Vision: When the men in charge don't agree
But veteran defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham is, well, intense.
"He’s missing a couple screws, but he wants to win," [Detroit LB Larry] Foote said. "So that’s what you want. You want a guy that’s fired up and wants to win."
On the Jared Allen trade and the players the Chiefs acquired because of it:
"I’ve said to Clark Hunt that 10 years from now, this will be the trade that made it all happen."
With all of the attention on so many of our rookies, we on Arrowhead Pride, as well as most fans and the major media, have primarily been focused on the offensive line, the defensive line, wide...
Today kcchiefs.com posted Bob Gretz's review of the second week of OTAs. So many interesting ideas, so many nuggets of information, and so many opinions offered up in this grab-bag makes it...
Since defensive coordinator Gunther Cunningham returned to Kansas City, his defense has been inching back toward respectability. He outlined that much earlier this offseason by shedding light on the improving trend of total touchdowns surrendered by his defenses since 2004.
The Chiefs gave up 50 touchdowns in 2004, 36 in 2005, 32 in 2006 and 28 a year ago. That’s progress, as mirrored by KC’s improvement in total defensive ranking over the same time period – from 31st to 25th to 16th and 13th last season.