Chiefs defensive end Jaye Howard was vaulted from a reserve to a starter following the season-ending week one injury to starter Mike DeVito in September, and his stats reflect that, as he’s recorded 33 tackles and a sack. What’s more, his nine quarterback hurries are only three fewer than teammate Allen Bailey’s in 256 fewer snaps.
Chiefs defensive end Jaye Howard was vaulted from a reserve to a starter following the season-ending week one injury to starter Mike DeVito in September, and his stats reflect that, as he’s recorded 33 tackles and a sack. What’s more, his nine quarterback hurries are only three fewer than teammate Allen Bailey’s in 256 fewer snaps. File photo by DAVID EULITT Kansas City Star
Chiefs defensive end Jaye Howard was vaulted from a reserve to a starter following the season-ending week one injury to starter Mike DeVito in September, and his stats reflect that, as he’s recorded 33 tackles and a sack. What’s more, his nine quarterback hurries are only three fewer than teammate Allen Bailey’s in 256 fewer snaps. File photo by DAVID EULITT Kansas City Star

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