Points-a-Plenty for Chiefs Defense, Special Teams
Associated Press - December 20, 2013 5:52 am
Panthers 28, Chiefs 16
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) – Chiefs coach Andy Reid keeps track of what he calls “miscellaneous points.”
Kansas City has a league-leading 11 touchdowns from defense and special teams with two games still to play in the regular season. That’s the third-most in NFL history.
Reid says that you don’t expect to score those touchdowns, “but you strive to get them.” And they’re a big reason why Kansas City is 11-3 and headed to the playoffs. The Chiefs host Indianapolis on Sunday.