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2010 Look Back – Chiefs Fall Late in Offensive Battle with Houston 35-31

Despite the defeat, Cassel looked impressive

Today it’s game four of the 2010 season as the Chiefs got a big lead, then blew it in a loss to the Texans to fall to 2-2.

“Call me crazy, and most of you already have, but that was the best sign to date. I’ve said that in here a few times. That was the best sign to date for me and what I think of our football team. It really was.”

—Coach Todd Haley on his team’s performance in losing at Indianapolis last Sunday.

Maybe Todd Haley is too content with his team’s play.

They say a team is a complete reflection of their coach.  It translates out onto the field.  They are an extension of the coach.  “Content Todd”

Playing not to lose.  Squandering your QB’s best performance in a Kansas City Chiefs uniform.

The Chiefs offense opened the door for a victory to enter in, however, the defense could not close the door shut on a win, Texans comeback in Reliant Stadium on Sunday.  The Chiefs blew a 31-21 lead in the fourth quarter, in a game which the offensive line dominated the line of scrimmage.  Cassel threw three touchdowns, the run game produced 228 yards on the ground, and everything looked good.  Until the defense choked.

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