The Chiefs traveled to Sun Life Stadium for a showdown with the Miami Dolphins and came home with a convincing 34-15 victory.
Thanks primarily to another fantastic defensive effort, Kansas City earned their first win of the season. Bob Sutton’s defense registered four sacks and has now allowed just one touchdown in the last six quarters, which came via a 16-yard drive.
Andy Reid’s offensive gameplan continues to evolve, with run-heavy playcalling and a lot of two and three tight end sets. The Chiefs were outstanding on third down for the second straight week.
Alex Smith was clutch with 14 of his 19 completions going for a first down and finishing the game with three touchdown passes. One question posed throughout the show: is there anything to Andy Reid’s continued willingness to hand the ball to Knile Davis? Will the gameplan change when Jamaal Charles is healthy?