The Kansas City Chiefs have been getting plenty of attention on ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown.
Werder was in Kansas City this week and had a segment on the Chiefs bye week player-coaches. It included interviews with Mike Vrabel, Thomas Jones, Brandon Flowers, Brian Waters and Todd Haley.
The Sunday NFL Countdown staff also spent a few minutes answering the question: Are the 3-0 Chiefs for real?
Keyshawn Johnson: "They're as real as a slice of bread."
Cris Carter: "When they hired a young offensive minded coach in Kansas City in Todd Haley, they got it right." Examples: Mike Holmgren, Jon Gruden, Andy Reid and Mike Shanahan.
Tom Jackson: "At some point the QB's got to play."
Mike Ditka: "Are they for real? You better take them for real."
Other than the Larry Johnson incident, I can't remember seeing this much Chiefs talk on ESPN's Sunday NFL Countdown since the 2006 playoff season.