Del Rio: 'Full-Speed Ahead' Toward KC
“I don’t know if you call it energy. I thought we played hard the whole night. I thought we broke down on a couple things. We have the guy doubled (on the) 45-yard catch. We have to just be better there. They tried some different pick and wheel combinations and they hit us on one there for about a 33, 34-yard catch where we had handled that same route, same combination earlier in the game and handled it better—we just didn’t handle it well there. We kind of had a couple lapses, whether you call it focus or concentration lapses there, that allows some chunks in getting them some momentum. I think when you couple that with a couple turnovers the next thing you know they’re getting themselves back in the ball game and that’s really what occurred.”
Not a big surprise here, but a reminder for the secondary to utilize more switching like we saw from Chris Harris and Kayvon Webster late in the game.