Chiefs Have Plenty of Adversity, Need More Wins
KANSAS CITY (AP) -- Little has gone right for the Kansas City Chiefs this season.
There were blowout losses to start the season, injuries to key players and even the fans got a tongue-lashing from offensive tackle Eric Winston after there were cheers when embattled quarterback Matt Cassel was hurt last week.
Sounds like a good time to hit the road.
The Chiefs visit Tampa Bay on Sunday in search of their second win of the season. They get a bye week after that before hosting Oakland, and then have two more games on the road.
That should give a team that's closed ranks behind Winston and backup quarterback Brady Quinn a chance to focus on itself, away from the suddenly volatile atmosphere of Arrowhead Stadium.