The Kansas City Chiefs may be out of the race, but make no mistake about it, they are in it to win on Sunday.
The Kansas City Chiefs and interim coach Romeo Crennel will do everything they can to beat the Denver Broncos Sunday and that means playing their most experienced players.
“Probably, I’m going to go the way it has been because we feel like the guys that we have been playing with basically have given us the best chance to win,” Crennel told reporters yesterday at his weekly press conference. “I don’t know that making a change now will change that.”
Crennel is likely right. With one game to go, while it might be nice to get a look at some of KC’s younger players on the field, they aren’t likely to be the team’s best option if they want to win. -Patrick Allen (Arrowhead Addict)
The Chiefs are not going to roll over and die, particularly Kyle Orton who wants this game as bad as anyone. Orton refused to talk to the media on Wednesday which is usually the day for quarterbacks around the league to address the media.
Meanwhile the Broncos have maintained all week that it’s not Tim Tebow v. Kyle Orton, it’s the Denver Broncos v. the Kansas City Chiefs. Those words have come out of Tebow’s mouth, John Fox’s mouth, and Champ Bailey’s mouth.
We’re in for a great one on Sunday so keep it dialed in here for continued coverage.