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Old 05-16-2013, 02:17 PM  
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Teicher: Chiefs put emphasis on blitz during first week of offseason practice

Chiefs put emphasis on blitz during first week of offseason practice
By ADAM TEICHER
The Kansas City Star
If there’s one thing evident from the first week of Chiefs offseason practice, it’s that new defensive coordinator Bob Sutton plans a pressure defense.

The Chiefs blitzed early and often during the week’s three practices, bringing players from a variety of spots.

“That’s been Bob’s M.O. when he was at the Jets,’’ coach Andy Reid said Thursday. “I understand that defense and I know the confusion it can present to offenses. He has good players to do it with. He’s getting his plan in place. We’re not all the way there yet on either side of the football or special teams, for that matter. We’ve got a ton of work to do ahead of us. That’s what we’re trying to do, make steps forward each day we come out here.

“You win games in this league on defense. Winning teams normally have the good, good defenses. Listen, we’re in shorts right now. But it’s good to see them with the energy they have and bring to practice.’’

The defense puts pressure on the safeties, including Eric Berry, to make sure everyone is lined up in the proper place.

“There’s a lot of stuff going on,’’ Berry said. “You’ve just got to make sure you know what’s going on.’’

“The fun part is that we’re grasping it. You can have a lot of moving parts and not be able to do it. Right now, we’re getting it. They’re teaching it very well.’’

First week is finished

The Chiefs are finished with practice for the week, but have three more sessions planned for next week. The Chiefs have 10 more offseason practices remaining, including a three-day mini-camp in early June.

They will then break until July, when they will head to training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph.

“This was a good first week. Guys get to see the improvement they made throughout the week,” Reid said. “Today I thought was a better, smoother operation on offense and our defense was flying around, doing what they can do. Coverage-wise, I think they’re doing a great job with that.’’

Like video games for Reid

Reid is Berry’s third head coach since the safety joined the Chiefs as a first-round draft pick in 2010. Berry said one thing stands out about his latest head coach.

“(Coaching is) fun for him,’’ Berry said. “It’s not just a job, it’s not just a routine. It’s really, actually fun for him. The same way I sit at home and play video games and I’m into Madden and stuff like that, he’s the same way out here, just having fun, cheering on his players.’’

Bowe suffers from cramps

Wide receiver Dwayne Bowe limped off the field at one point late in practice and did not return. But Reid said Bowe merely had leg cramps.

Rookie running back Knile Davis was excused from practice to attend a rookie event sponsored by the NFL Players Association in California. One rookie from each team attends.

Reid said he had no problem with Bowe’s recent comments expressing confidence in the Chiefs and their offensive abilities.

“That’s an important part of it,’’ Reid said. “Confidence is a big part of playing this game … that you believe in yourself, No. 1 , believe in the guy next to you and then believe in the system. You get those three things done and you end up doing a decent job.’’

Chiefs make scouting moves

The Chiefs hired Will Lewis as director of pro scouting and Marvin Allen as director of college scouting. Lewis spent the last 13 seasons with the Seattle Seahawks, the last three as vice president for football operations. Allen has been a scout for the New England Patriots and, more recently, the Atlanta Falcons.

The Chiefs also hired Randy Ball and Trey Koziol as scouts. Ball is a former head coach at Missouri State. Koziol has been a scout for the past five seasons with the Tennessee Titans.
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:18 PM   #2
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:18 PM   #3
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So I hear Tony the TE is hurt again.

Shocker there...
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:19 PM   #4
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:22 PM   #5
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Reid is going to look like a genius just by not being conservative on offense and defense.

Seriously, our previous coaches sucked so bad they wasted the talent on this team.
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:22 PM   #6
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I hope that means that the offense will be comfortable in blitz protection this year as well.

Our blitzing and defending the blitz has been shit for the most part
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:22 PM   #7
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Reid is going to look like a genius just by not being conservative on offense and defense.

Seriously, our previous coaches sucked so bad they wasted the talent on this team.
yep

we haven't had decent Offensive coaching since Vermeil
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:25 PM   #8
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we haven't had decent Offensive coaching since Vermeil
Not true! Herm played to win the game!
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Old 05-16-2013, 02:36 PM   #9
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Not true! Herm played to win the game!
indeed!! that is where we learned that "you can win games with field goals"
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indeed!! that is where we learned that "you can win games with field goals, or at least try"
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indeed!! that is where we learned that "you can win games with field goals"
As long as there is a competent person there to tell you how much time is on the clock...
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Chiefs put emphasis on blitz during first week of offseason practice
By ADAM TEICHER
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If there’s one thing evident from the first week of Chiefs offseason practice, it’s that new defensive coordinator Bob Sutton plans a pressure defense.

The Chiefs blitzed early and often during the week’s three practices, bringing players from a variety of spots.

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Like video games for Reid

Reid is Berry’s third head coach since the safety joined the Chiefs as a first-round draft pick in 2010. Berry said one thing stands out about his latest head coach.

“(Coaching is) fun for him,’’ Berry said. “It’s not just a job, it’s not just a routine. It’s really, actually fun for him. The same way I sit at home and play video games and I’m into Madden and stuff like that, he’s the same way out here, just having fun, cheering on his players.’’

You know, this is really a good sign in a coach, or really, any profession.

Last year we got to watch that giant toad of a coach standing on the sideline, waiting for a fly to get close enough to whip out his tongue for a snack, then going back to his eyes-half-closed posture to wait for his next niblet to get into range. No life at all in the mofo.

We may still have a toad, but I think this one is more like a Frogger, fighting his way through traffic to the pizza place on the other side of the road...
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I love that Andy liked the "Big Red" comments. Let Bowe be himself- pioli tried to muzzle him. Players walked around scared that if they said something or used the wrong bathroom they would be fined or benched. What a complete turn around.

I coached for years and if your players are scared to make a mistake- then they make more of them. Maybe the suffocating pressure had something to do with the endless blooper reels of turnovers the last few years??

Big Red is doing a great job so far- the players respect him already and know he is not going to take anything less the FULL effort and hard work.
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