Chiefs head coach Herm Edwards said he received the best compliment from one of the game officials when he told Edwards his teams don’t quit.
That’s exactly what Edwards wanted to hear. That’s what they do, play hard, adjust to the other team and dominate in the 2nd half. They did it again in San Diego, turning a 16-6 halftime deficit into a 30-16 win.
The defense did their part helping create 17 points off of turnovers and Damon Huard continues to play well in the second half. Huard 17 of 29, 284 yards and two touchdowns. Dwayne Bowe continuing to make an impact with 8 catches, 164 yards and a touchdown.
The Chiefs even their record at 2-2.