As for the actual game, the Patriots are well aware of Kansas City’s ability to force turnovers and protecting the ball will be paramount on Thursday.
“They take the ball away in a lot of different ways,” Belichick said of the Chiefs defense. “That’s one of the reasons why they have so many. They have a lot of fumbles. They have a lot of interceptions. They strip-sack the quarterback. They cause fumbles with ball carriers. They intercept passes and they disrupt the quarterback with the pass rush to create some poor throws, tipped balls, things like that. And, the secondary has good ball skills.
“They do it at all three levels. They do it in a lot of different ways, not just one thing, really, that you’ve got to be concerned about. It’s pretty much all of it. So, that’s probably where the numbers come from. It’s not one guy that’s got 25 of them. It’s the D-line, the linebackers, the secondary, the corners, the safeties. They’ve got a lot of production all the way across the board.”
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