He caught one big ball, that desperation touchdown toss, along with three other shorter tosses, and he finished with nine carries for 61 yards.
"The real advantage with guys like that is the mismatches that are created when the defense looks at him and says, 'There's a running back,'" Haley said. "Even last week he made a couple plays, the defense switched into a sub group even though there's only two receivers on the field, and that's what it's all about. You gain the advantage."
Kansas City's certainly willing to take any advantage it can get.
"Throughout the beginning of last week, we were kind of timid," Palko said, "and we caught our stride the end of the week and we headed into Chicago with a lot of confidence. I think it'll be the same this week, just understanding the offense and tying up loose ends."
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