The KC Chiefs secondary looked pretty good on Sunday, which was great to see!
Marcus Peters had his first interception since week six, giving him six on the year. Peters likely would have had way more picks this season, but opposing offenses eventually stopped throwing the football his way.
Rivers didn’t get the memo and Peters made him pay with a second quarter interception that would eventually lead to a Chiefs touchdown.
Philip Rivers did throw for 269 yards and two touchdowns, but the secondary did a good job of keeping him at bay early on. Daniel Sorensen picked him off in the end zone on what was one hell of an interception.
Sorensen is one of the best surprises on this team this season. Hopefully this secondary can keep on keeping on because the KC Chiefs will need big turnovers from their defense in order to contend.