Not that Tim Tebow needs any more attention, but among the reasons Kansas City disappeared against the lowly Dolphins in a 31-3 loss was the lack of pressure on the quarterback, giving Dolphins QB Matt Moore a Pro Bowl day. To win a crucial division game the Chiefs will have to hit Tebow and disrupt the Denver passing game. The Kansas City Star broke down the Chiefs' problems in the front seven this week:
The team’s nine sacks are the NFL’s lowest total, and the most discouraging thing about it is that this wasn’t supposed to be a weakness. Outside linebacker Tamba Hali was following a Pro Bowl season in which he led the AFC with 14 1/2 sacks, defensive end Wallace Gilberry was emerging as a solid pass-rusher, and rookie linebacker Justin Houston had a high upside. Help was supposed to have arrived for Hali, and quarterbacks weren’t supposed to have it so easy at Arrowhead Stadium.
Date, time: Sunday, November 13, Noon CT
Location: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, Mo.
Radio: Chiefs Radio Network