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Q&A with Herm Edwards and Ty Law 9/13

Q&A with HERM EDWARDS - 9/13
Sep 13, 2006, 4:17:54 PM

HERM EDWARDS: “I thought we had a pretty good practice. For the most part, I thought the guys were focused on what we have to get done in Denver. It starts up front on offense and defense and it’s a mindset when you play those guys there. They play great at home, have a great home record. We’re walking into their first home game and their fans are excited about them playing. We’ve got to play very, very well to win.”

Q: How’s Trent Green?

EDWARDS: “He doing OK. He actually went home yesterday and is feeling a lot better. He’s out for this week obviously. From there the doctors will determine how long he’s going to be out.”

Q: What about your new starting QB, Damon Huard?

EDWARDS: “He started a couple of years back and was pretty successful. It’s good to have a veteran quarterback as the backup guy for you. He’s a real steady guy, a smart guy, knows how to handle the huddle. He’s been in that role; that’s been his role in his career so far. He accepts it well; he’s always ready to play when he’s called upon and now he’s called upon. You’ve got to help him, obviously, you can’t put it all on his shoulders. It’s a good thing to know we’ve got a veteran guy like that.”

Q: How hard is to play Denver there?

EDWARDS: “It’s difficult. It’s difficult for this football team. Denver’s played well there and they’re coming off a tough loss where they moved the ball offensively and their defense played great. They just turned it over and you know you can’t turn it over on the road and even at home you can’t turn it over and expect to win. They still had a shot at it (at the end) and that’s a credit to them. We’re walking into a tough place to play.”

Q: Do you sense there are players on this team who are running out of time to win a championship and at the same time you’re trying to retool this squad?

EDWARDS: “You have to try to win with the players you have. We have a bunch of offensive guys that are veteran guys who have done well offensively. You’re trying to win as many games as you can as a coach. I don’t think you worry about retooling or anything. That’s just the process when you take over and that takes care of itself in the draft and acquiring players, but for the most part we’ve got a pretty steady group of guys.

“Yes, there’s a group of veteran guys and there is a window and you’ve got to try and take advantage of that window.”

Q: Your thoughts on the hit last Sunday on Trent Green.

EDWARDS: “It’s one of those deals that when the quarterback goes down basically he’s surrendering himself. I think what happened – and there are a couple of things that happened – is that the guy was pursuing and trying to avoid a block and he got himself in the air and Trent was sliding and he hit him. I don’t think the guy did it purposely, but there’s a rule that you’re trying to protect the unprotected player in our league. The league feels at this point it’s not a foul. We’ve got to move on.”

Q: What about Kevin Sampson?

EDWARDS: “Yeah, he participated in everything. He practiced and he didn’t do anything that he couldn’t do. I anticipate he’s going to play. He’s off the injury report.”

Q: Is it too early to expect that Gardner will play?

EDWARDS: “Yeah, way too early. Now, he practiced and gave us more of a look. He’ll have to be a quick study, a quick read. We’ll catch him up. He’s a big receiver who can run, got good size.”

Q: What’s his role going to be when he gets up to speed?

EDWARDS: “Well, obviously we’re going to try and get him involved. He’s a big receiver who can run. We’ll see where his strengths are in this offense.”

Q: Did you go back and look at tape of the Chiefs playing in Denver the last couple of years and determine why they struggled?

EDWARDS: “Last year they got behind. It’s real simple when you look at last year. One team had 221 yards rushing and threw the ball 18 times and had four penalties. The other team rushed for 74 yards, threw the ball 44 times and had 13 fouls. That kind of sums it up. You can figure out what team won.”

Q: Did you work on stopping the bootleg this week?

EDWARDS: “Yeah, I talked about that yesterday. But that’s not the only thing they’re going to do. First of all you’ve got to stop the run. Like I said, they had 221 yards rushing. It had nothing to do with the bootleg. They ran the ball for 221 yards. It was rushing. You’d better be able to stop them from running or they won’t have to get to the bootleg.”

Q: How do you manage your quarterbacks this week? Does Croyle get more reps and is he a plan B?

EDWARDS: “He’d have to play in the game if something happened to Damon. We have nobody else. He’s going to get reps. Damon’s going to play.”

Q: You pay a lot of attention to road wins, so what is your message to your team? How do you try to get it across that it’s important and how do you do it?

EDWARDS: “You’ve got to do what (Cincinnati) did to us this week. They had the great formula. That’s how you do it. That’s how Marty (Schottenheimer) did it. You’ve got to take the crowd out of it. You can’t get behind. You can’t get behind on the road throwing the ball. You keep the game close into the fourth quarter and you’ve got a chance to win the game. That’s what you’ve gotta do.

“Denver did that (vs. St. Louis). The game was close. They kept it close in the fourth quarter even with all those turnovers. They had a chance to win. If you don’t do that and get behind early and the crowd gets involved and the game becomes a passing game it gets worse. That’s a predictable situation that you don’t want to be in.”

Q: Is it more important to get a lead and play the game on your terms?

EDWARDS: “Yeah, you’d like to get a lead on the road, but you never want to be more than one score down on the road. You have to stay out of two score situations. When you’re only one score down you’re always in the game. You’re a play or two away. As the game continues to go and you’re the road team it really works in your favor because the pressure is on the home team. Sometimes that’s just what happens; you steal a win and obviously if a team helps you by turning it over a bunch it gives you a chance to go way up. There were more teams that won on the road this week.”

Q: Why hasn’t it worked for Gardner elsewhere in this league?

EDWARDS: “Why it hasn’t worked I really don’t know. I don’t get into what happened at other places. The opportunity that he’ll have here is important and if he takes advantage of it and we can put him in position he’ll have an opportunity to make plays. From there it’s on the player. He has to be consistent if he’s going to stay somewhere. The first year he had a pretty good year and maybe they changed coaches.”

Q: How have you prepared the team for Damon Huard’s start?

EDWARDS: “I really haven’t even talked to the team about it, or to anybody. I haven’t said one thing. You don’t need to. He’s a professional quarterback. He knows his role. He’s been in it most of his career. He knows how to handle his role. This is what these guys do. When it’s there turn to play they’ve got to go in and manage the game. You’ve got to help them manage the game. You don’t put all the weight on them. That’s not fair to the player and everyone around him has to pick it up around him and play well and he has to manage the game around him.

“Just do your job and don’t worry about what he’s going to do. He’s going to give you the call in the huddle and you need to go execute the call. He’s going to throw the ball and you’ve got to catch it. You can’t do anything but do your job.”

Q: You had a terrible run on quarterbacks last year in Denver and now this year you’ve lost your starter. Is there anything you’ve learned from that experience?

EDWARDS: “Yeah, you don’t panic. It was kind of ironic that I was (in NY) for five years and I was talking to somebody and said that basically the only year I had the starting quarterback for all 16 games was the first year. The next four years no quarterback played all 16 games. I’ve been through it. You just understand you might have to play and do things a bit different depending on who your quarterback is. That’s fair to the football team.

“I’m not immune to it. It’s been five out of six (years.) You just deal with it.”

Q: How helpful is it when you’ve got a guy with experience?

EDWARDS: “It helps you and it helps you when your other players are still healthy. The thing (in NY) was very difficult to manage. (The injuries) just kept adding up and they were starters. That meant we had to start playing a lot of young guys and it took them a while to learn how to play. To their credit they played and got better. It’s too bad we couldn’t win a lot of games earlier.”
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Old 09-13-2006, 04:25 PM   #2
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Q&A with CB TY LAW - 9/13
Sep 13, 2006, 4:22:26 PM

Q: To what do you attribute the interceptions that Denver suffered in St. Louis?

TY LAW: “A lot of times it was tipped balls. I don’t think you can blame QB Jake (Plummer) for everything that happened. There were some tipped balls, some dropped balls and the defense took advantage of those. They’re playing well and they’re playing fast, sometimes you just get bad breaks.”

Q: Do you have to be prepared to cover longer against Denver’s offense as a corner?

LAW: “Definitely. When you get two top-notch receivers and a quarterback that can run, you have to be prepared to cover longer than you would normally have to cover.”

Q: Do you think Denver will be at its best on Sunday at home?

LAW: “I think you can always expect the best when you are playing the Broncos because of their scheme. Any running back that you put back there and all of them have talent, they do a great job of picking their running backs, but all of those guys can run and get 1,000 or 1,500 yards no matter who put back there. You are always going to have to be prepared and when you’ve got a veteran wide receiver like Rod Smith who seems to get better with age and now another premier receiver in Javon Walker. You have to be ready to play. They can hit you from so many angles and when they get outside and do the boots and things like that and give QB Jake (Plummer) time to read and time to run, you’re going to have to be ready to play for four quarters.”

Q: Did you feel like it you are expected to be a guy who helps Kansas City turn it around on defense?

LAW: “You know what, I knew any negativity that was talked about the Kansas City Chiefs defense, I felt like I’m going to try and make a difference and try to change it. It’s never as bad as people try to make it. These guys play hard and we’ve revamped some positions and we’re going out there to play. It’s just going to take time and week-after-week we’re going to try to get better, but I did somewhat take it personally to come up here and try and make a difference.”

Q: What did you think about the trade that sent WR Deion Branch from New England to Seattle?

LAW: “It’s business as usual on both ends. I’m just happy that WR Deion (Branch) got what he deserved and he is in a place that is going to win some football games and he’s definitely going to help them. I don’t really have any comment, but I’m happy for Deion.”

Q: Do you think the Broncos will to bring extra pressure with a new quarterback in the lineup for you this week?

LAW: “It’s always that temptation when you’ve got a new guy out there no matter if he’s a rookie or a 10-year veteran because you have to assume that he hasn’t taken as many snaps with that group. I think any team is still going to run their same offense, that’s why you have backups. But the temptation is there and coordinators probably do lick their chops and say, ‘let’s see if he can handle it,’ but it’s up to the players and the quarterback to back the coordinators off of him.”

Q: What are your impressions of QB Damon Huard?

LAW: “I played against him when he was at Miami and just when you think you’ve got him, he’ll come back and beat you. The games that he started, he played like a number one quarterback. It’s going to be interesting to see how the Broncos attack him because it’s not like it’s his first time running the plays. It’s not like he’s a rookie and it’s his first time seeing it all. We’re very confident that he can go out there and get the job done.”

Q: Do you feel that you’re part of a defense that could be consider championship caliber?

LAW: “You can’t really tell from training camp and the first week. We’re still building and you never know if you are going to have a championship defense until that midway point to see how you work together and see how you know your personnel and that takes time, repetition and everything else. It also takes staying healthy and being around the guys that you are out there playing with. That’s what we had in New England. We were fortunate enough to stay pretty healthy, but we played enough games together where we knew where each other was going to be. I think we’re taking the right steps towards that, but it’s too early to tell if you’re championship caliber yet.”

Q: Did you feel the defense made progress last week?

LAW: “It was definitely good progress, but we didn’t do enough to get the job done. You want to see progress, but you also want to win the football game. When we make progress go out there, play well and win the football game, you can be more happy about the performance you had done. We gave up some big plays in the Red Zone that we shouldn’t have given up and it resulted in touchdowns and we lost the football game.”
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Old 09-13-2006, 04:27 PM   #3
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Q: Did you feel the defense made progress last week?

LAW: “It was definitely good progress, but we didn’t do enough to get the job done. You want to see progress, but you also want to win the football game. When we make progress go out there, play well and win the football game, you can be more happy about the performance you had done. We gave up some big plays in the Red Zone that we shouldn’t have given up and it resulted in touchdowns and we lost the football game.”
Good answer.
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Old 09-13-2006, 04:28 PM   #4
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Q: Is it too early to expect that Gardner will play?

EDWARDS: “Yeah, way too early. Now, he practiced and gave us more of a look. He’ll have to be a quick study, a quick read. We’ll catch him up. He’s a big receiver who can run, got good size.”


A quick study?

Interesting considering the knock on him is that he's not smart enough to comprehend the playbook........
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Old 09-13-2006, 04:28 PM   #5
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Does anyone else think the Sampson thing was kind of screwy? All of a sudden he's injured, out of nowhere, goes from probably to out during the week and now all of a sudden is healthy again.
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Old 09-13-2006, 04:29 PM   #6
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Ty Law's got to be salivating over facing Jake the Mistake. I can't wait.
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Does anyone else think the Sampson thing was kind of screwy? All of a sudden he's injured, out of nowhere, goes from probably to out during the week and now all of a sudden is healthy again.
The thought crossed my mind that Herm is panicking and rushing him back too soon. I guess we'll find out.
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It's a lot different hearing Ty Law talk instead of hearing Eric Hicks, 32 defense mouthpiece.
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Old 09-13-2006, 04:31 PM   #9
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The thought crossed my mind that Herm is panicking and rushing him back too soon. I guess we'll find out.
I was wondering something else, like if he was unofficially suspended a game for some reason.
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Q: Is it too early to expect that Gardner will play?

EDWARDS: “Yeah, way too early. Now, he practiced and gave us more of a look. He’ll have to be a quick study, a quick read. We’ll catch him up. He’s a big receiver who can run, got good size.”


A quick study?

Interesting considering the knock on him is that he's not smart enough to comprehend the playbook........
I thought the knock on him was that he couldn't catch chlamydia from a $2 asian whore in the slums of shaolin.
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Old 09-13-2006, 05:53 PM   #11
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In theory, Hali and Allen should be doing the same with regards to the Denver tackles. They're no slouches, but they aren't at Cincy's level, and I thought our guys did alright in that matchup.

We should be able to get some pressure on Plummer from the edges forcing him into some bad throws. The question is whether our secondary, and inparticular Stone Hands Surtain, can take advantage.

The greater question is whether our offense can take any advantage of the turnovers we may force.
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In theory, Hali and Allen should be doing the same with regards to the Denver tackles. They're no slouches, but they aren't at Cincy's level, and I thought our guys did alright in that matchup.

We should be able to get some pressure on Plummer from the edges forcing him into some bad throws. The question is whether our secondary, and inparticular Stone Hands Surtain, can take advantage.

The greater question is whether our offense can take any advantage of the turnovers we may force.

You know, if he could hold on to the ball he'd be a WR instead of CB.

So long as he gets his hands on the ball and knocks it down I'll be content.
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EDWARDS: “You’ve got to do what (Cincinnati) did to us this week. They had the great formula. That’s how you do it. That’s how Marty (Schottenheimer) did it. You’ve got to take the crowd out of it. You can’t get behind. You can’t get behind on the road throwing the ball. You keep the game close into the fourth quarter and you’ve got a chance to win the game. That’s what you’ve gotta do.
The theorists believe that a different model actually exists where you strive to get way ahead before the fourth quarter starts.

Criminy. If your goal is to freaking keep the game close, you're in sad shape.
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The theorists believe that a different model actually exists where you strive to get way ahead before the fourth quarter starts.

Criminy. If your goal is to freaking keep the game close, you're in sad shape.


If you are the KC Chiefs playing at Denver, you're just hoping to keep it close going into the 4th.
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