Although the Chiefs have won only once in five games this season, the players have “got to stay positive, even on your dark days,” says linebacker Justin Houston. “Right now it’s real dark for us. But we’ve just got to stay focused and stay positive.”
Although the Chiefs have won only once in five games this season, the players have “got to stay positive, even on your dark days,” says linebacker Justin Houston. “Right now it’s real dark for us. But we’ve just got to stay focused and stay positive.”
Although the Chiefs have won only once in five games this season, the players have “got to stay positive, even on your dark days,” says linebacker Justin Houston. “Right now it’s real dark for us. But we’ve just got to stay focused and stay positive.”

After 1-4 start, Chiefs’ mental toughness will determine their fate

October 13, 2015 03:34 PM

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