As the Chiefs’ offense prepares to face the Lions on Sunday, one of the biggest questions is how they’ll block Ndamukong Suh.
The bad news is that coach Todd Haley doesn’t know the answer.
“Some of the problems that Suh presents I don’t know there are answers for, to be quite honest with you,” Haley said. “This guy’s a dominant inside player that can really disrupt the game plan if you let him, and you just got to find ways to not allow that to happen.”
Haley acknowledged that he’s worried about the potential for Suh to put a hurting on Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel.
“I’m very concerned about him getting his hands on Matt, or really any of our guys, because he is a big, strong dude that brings it,” Haley said. “As far as him as a player, he’s one of the bright young stars in the league at a position that doesn’t always get a lot of notoriety. I love the way he plays. I love his intensity, his toughness and his ability to make plays.”
Haley just wishes he knew how to stop it from happening on Sunday.