John Geliebter-USA TODAY Sports
The Kansas City Chiefs secondary played its most complete game of the year on Thursday night. While the front seven harassed and harangued Eagles quarterback Michael Vick, the secondary pressed well and stuck with its assignments for the most part.
The Chiefs gave up only two big plays through he air, one for a touchdown, and held Michael Vick to a paltry 43.3 percent completion percentage. Vick, who had been above 60 percent passing in his previous two outings, with zero interceptions, looked absolutely lost most of the night, and ended his interception-less streak with two picks.
There are still some concerns with this unit, especially in man coverage where both big plays were given up, but overall is was a much-improved outing for a unit that had been eyed as the weaker half of the defense through the first two games.