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Offensive Coordinator Brian Daboll discusses preparing for Ray Lewis, Ed Reed and the rest of the Baltimore Ravens' defense ahead of Sunday's game at Arrowhead Stadium.
The Kansas City Chiefs' offense has the tall task of facing the Baltimore Ravens defense this Sunday which, while missing Terrell Suggs, is still one of the top defenses in the league. After practice Friday, Chiefs' offensive coordinator Brian Daboll spoke about game planning against the likes of Ray Lewis, Haloti Ngata and Ed Reed:
"I think there is the leader probably of each group, and those obviously are the three guys. But [Lardarius] Webb I think is a very good corner in the back end and plays inside and plays outside. But you have to be aware of Ed in the back end. You can make a pretty impressive tape of him going back - I'm watching 2008 and 2009 with him the last couple weeks. This guy is a pretty dynamic player and 52 in the middle of it, what more can you say about that guy."
Daboll added that consistency and knowledge of their scheme is one of the Ravens defense's main strengths. He also said that one of the main challenges for the Chiefs' offense will be taking care of the ball. Kickoff is set for noon CT on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium.