Chiefs hire Steve Spagnuolo as defensive coordinator

The Kansas Metropolis Chiefs spent true two days and not using a defensive coordinator.
Appropriate over 50 hours after firing Bob Sutton in the wake of its AFC Championship Sport defeat, Kansas Metropolis launched it employed Steve Spagnuolo as its next defensive coordinator.
NFL Community’s Mike Garafolo first reported the tips.

Spagnuolo spent 2018 out of soccer after serving three years with the Contemporary York Giants as defensive coordinator and length in-between head coach. Amongst the highlights on Spags’ prolonged resume: Giants defensive coordinator (2007-08), Rams head coach (2009-11) and Saints defensive coordinator (2012).
The 59-year-venerable coach also beforehand coached defensive backs and linebackers below Chiefs coach Andy Reid in Philadelphia from 1999 to 2006.
In Kansas Metropolis, Spagnuolo inherits one among the league’s worst defenses statisically. The Chiefs executed Thirty first in yards per sport (405.5) and passing YPG (273.4), 27th in speeding YPG (132.1) and twenty fourth in points allowed per sport (26.3) and 26th in Soccer Outsiders’ Defensive DVOA. Kansas Metropolis boasts a ferocious pass fling with Justin Houston, Chris Jones and free agent-to-be Dee Ford main the payment, nonetheless is lacking in the secondary.
Spags’ Giants defenses from 2015 to 2017 skilled one stellar season in 2016, when it allowed the 2d-fewest points in the league and propelled Substantial Blue to the playoffs, and two underwhelming campaigns wherein they ranked Thirty 2d in yards allowed per sport in 2015 and Thirty first in 2017.

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