Andy Reid talks challenges faced with changes to opponent

Andy Reid talks challenges faced with changes to opponent

The Kansas City Chiefs play a division rival in the Denver Broncos this week after playing them just three weeks ago. However, this time, they look a little different.

 

 

It was a weird game, the Chiefs and Broncos in Week 14, but aren’t they usually like that when these teams play each other? The Chiefs went up 27-0 on the Broncos last time the two played.

 Andy Reid talks challenges faced with changes to opponent

 

 

And we saw what happened there, they scored 21 straight to give the Chiefs a fight, something no one in their right mind thought would happen.

Kansas City will be up against something totally different this time around, which is crazy because a lot has changed in just three weeks. A lot that the Chiefs won’t really know what to do with.

 

 

 Andy Reid talks challenges faced with changes to opponent

On Monday, the Broncos announced they fired head coach Nathaniel Hackett, offensive line coach Butch Barry and special teams coordinator Dwayne Stukes.

 

 

In a way, we don’t know what the Chiefs will see on Sunday.

“The fact that there could be some changes that take place offensively, defensively, (on) special teams, I’m not sure who they put in that position to determine what goes on and (what) does not go on but there’s always that chance that there’s a sudden change that’s going to take place here, so you’ve just got to be aware of anything and everything,” Andy Reid told reporters.

 

 

 Andy Reid talks challenges faced with changes to opponent

The Broncos gave the Chiefs some fits last time around. Even though the Chiefs have beaten them 14 straight times, they usually always play each other close in at least one of the games they play in a season.

 

 

Nathaniel Hackett hired Jerry Rosburg to help him with play and clock management, and Rosburg is now the guy in charge in Denver as the interim head coach.

 Andy Reid talks challenges faced with changes to opponent

They offered Ejiro Evero, the Broncos’ defensive coordinator, the job but he declined.

Kansas City, even if they don’t really know what to expect, will find a way to get the job done, as we all know.

That’s what Andy Reid does, is get his team ready better than probably any other coach in the league, so I don’t think there will be an issue with that.

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