Tyrann Mathieu Supports Divisive Chiefs Player: ‘I Ride With My Guy’

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‘I Ride With My Guy,’ Tyrann Mathieu says of polarizing Chiefs player Tyrann Mathieu.

The Kansas City Chiefs are on a three-game winning streak, and this time it was all systems go.

Not only did Patrick Mahomes and the offense finally break out with five passing touchdowns and 406 yards through the air, but the defense came to play as well.

Steve Spagnuolo’s team held the Las Vegas Raiders to 14 points, continuing a string of outstanding performances.

(hashtag)Chiefs defense: 32.6 PPG (2-3) in the first five weeks; 15.6 PPG (4-1) in the last five weeks

Since Week 8, only 12.67 points per game have been allowed during a three-game winning streak.

Steve Spagnuolo deserves credit for making mid-season adjustments as his team improves.

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— November 15, 2021, Mike Obermuller (@obermuller_nyj)

In a matter of weeks, the Chiefs’ defense has gone from being the league’s laughingstock to a fortress.

The franchise has allowed only 12.67 points per game over the last three weeks, and that number has only risen to 15.6 since Week 6.

In that time, KC has gone 4-1.

So, how did this defense go from being one of the worst in the league to becoming one of the best recently?

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Mathieu Expresses His Advocacy for Spags

Tyrann Mathieu, the Chiefs’ veteran defensive coordinator, tweeted a photo of himself and Spagnuolo after the game.

“I RIDE WITH MY GUY!!” the caption read.

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15 November 2021 — Tyrann Mathieu (@Mathieu_Era)

Spags was undoubtedly chastised following his 2-3 start, but the playmaking safety never turned his back on his coach.

The Chiefs’ defensive coordinator has a 12-year NFL career, beginning with the New York Giants and ending with the St. Louis Rams.

From 2009 to 2011, the Rams were based in St. Louis.

Since 2019, he has been under contract in Kansas City.

Spagnuolo is as crafty as they come, and his group has looked pretty stout now that everyone is healthy.

Chris Jones is wreaking havoc again, Charvarius Ward and Rashad Fenton are starting in the secondary instead of Mike Hughes and Deandre Baker, and Juan Thornhill is starting over Daniel Sorensen.

Melvin Ingram, who was acquired at the trade deadline, has proven to be a valuable addition to the defense.

During his postgame press conference, Mathieu addressed the unit’s progress.

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