KANSAS CITY — Even for a 12-time Pro Bowler, football can be a humbling game.
Champ Bailey was admittedly humbled here Sunday. His Denver Broncos beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 35-28. But on the Chiefs’ final, do-or-die drive that started at their own 8-yard line with 3:32 remaining — and ended on the Broncos’ 13 yard line with 1:46 remaining — Bailey was not part of the Broncos’ secondary.
Rookie Kayvon Webster was out there at cornerback as was seldom-used veteran Quentin Jammer and the usual Chris Harris. Champ Bailey was not.