KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) The job description alone should scare away all but the most confident of souls.
Must be able to kick an awkwardly shaped ball at least 50 yards. Must generate enough hang-time to enable proper coverage. Must do it all in the midst of thousands of screaming fans, with half a dozen defenders bringing pressure and the game's outcome hanging in the balance.
And the only time you'll receive any attention is when you make a mistake, when you mishandle a snap or shank a punt or hit one right into the end zone instead of spiking it at the 5.
Yes, it's a surprise anybody would be up for such a task.
Dustin Colquitt relishes it.
The veteran punter is arguably the Kansas City Chiefs' most unsung star. He's their inept offense's best friend for his ability to flip field position in a single snap, and their defense's secret weapon in pinning the opponent deep within its own territory.
"When you talk about field position, helping your team," Chiefs coach Romeo Crennel...