Aaron Kromer Discusses Kansas City's Offense
Opening statement: “For today’s practice report, we had Turk McBride, left ankle, did not practice. Jonathan Casillas, left knee, limited. Marques Colston, left foot, limited. Drew Brees, ankle, full. Roman Harper, wrist, full. Johnny Patrick, right thigh, full. Devery Henderson with a concussion was full. (We) worked on third down today and it was a good, fast practice. (It) seemed good.”
When you evaluate this opposing defense, what does the offensive line need to do to win these matchups?
“It’s a 3-4 defense. Our last time (facing a 3-4 scheme), against the Redskins, we didn’t run the ball enough against the 3-4. We need to make sure we keep our balance and continue to get the run game going with our passing game. They just need to get locked in to having a balanced game plan and we will be good.”
Does the Chiefs offense get enough credit for being good or does it get overshadowed because they have been playing from behind?
“I agree with what you are saying there. I think their offense is a talented bunch and they don’t get enough credit. They have done a good job on third down other than three turnovers. You would say they have been productive. Their percentage of completions is high, it is just three of their six turnovers came on third down.”
What concerns you most about the Chiefs offense?
“They have speedy (running) backs, big receivers. They are definitely trying to win the matchup battle, that’s for sure. We have to stop the run. We just have to stop the run first and make them one-dimensional. That is always the case and we have to do it this week.”
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