TAMPA, Fla. While elusive Kansas City tailback Jamal Charles occupies virtually every waking thought of Tampa Bay Buc defenders this week, theres another facet of the Chiefs offense that couldnt be more tantalizing.
The Bucs would love to help Kansas City keep killing its drives by turning the ball over in droves.
Through five games, the Chiefs have committed a mind-boggling 19 turnovers 10 fumbles and nine interceptions and are on pace to threaten the all-time turnover record of 63 by the 1978 San Francisco 49ers.
And with a turnover differential of minus-15 more than twice as bad as the next-worse NFL teams (Philadelphia and Dallas) theyre easily on track to shatter the NFLs dubious differential mark of minus-32 set by the 1965 Steelers.
Thats certainly a huge reason why Kansas Citys record stands at 1-4 heading into Sundays 1 p.m. contest against the 1-3 Bucs at Raymond James Stadium. Last week, the Chiefs undercut an outstanding defensive effort against the Baltimore ...