Quick Take: Chiefs at Dolphins

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Chiefs QB Brodie Croyle: While Kansas City's running game appears to be on track, the Chiefs would like to see more consistency out of Croyle, who has yet to throw a touchdown in 23 attempts. Then again, the third-year QB has yet to throw an interception, either.

Chiefs RB Dantrell Savage: The rookie out of Oklahoma State is only 5-foot-8 and 182 pounds, but he is proving to be hard to take down. With Johnson and Kolby Smith playing well, Savage could be a compliment in a versatile Chiefs backfield.

Ted Ginn as main threat: The second-year Dolphins WR has been taking advantage of his opportunities this preseason, creating separation from DBs and showing that he is willing to go over the middle and make tough catches. Look for Ginn to build on the chemistry he is establishing with new QB Chad Pennington.

Ricky Williams rolling: Williams is backing up a big training camp with some nice numbers in the preseason -- most notably a 4.9 yards-per-carry average through two games. Williams ran hard in the red zone for his first touchdown last week against the Jaguars and continues to give the Dolphins coaching staff confidence.

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