Baltimore Ravens TE Todd Heap was unstoppable against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium in the wildcard round of the NFL playoffs. Heap caught 10 balls for 109 yards -- 10 catches is a playoff and career high for him.
So what happened with the Chiefs defense and defensive game plan that Heap was able to do seemingly whatever he wanted all day?
The Chiefs still aren't sure. Jon McGraw said after the game the Chiefs tried several things to try and stop them which included both he and Eric Berry covering Heap. That obviously didn't work.
Heap said after the game that he and Joe Flacco kept going back to the well because the Chiefs weren't stopping him. He indicated it was a defense situation where the Chiefs scheme just allowed Heap to get open.
Brandon Flowers was among those who mentioned Heap as a key player in the game. He made third down after third down conversion sucking the life out of the Chiefs.
Last time these two teams played in the opening game of the 2009 season, Heap was a key player catching five balls for 74 yards and a touchdown.