“Behind the Lens” is an report sequence that

“Behind the Lens” is an report sequence that aims to spotlight the prime images from the 2017 season as captured by Chiefs’ photographer Steve Sanders and his team.

We started to investigate people pics in February and will proceed to do so through the offseason along with Sanders’ commentary.

Here’s a search at what we’ve lined so much.

No. 12 | No. 11 | No. 10 | No. 9 | No. 8 | No. 7 | No. 6 | No. 5 | No. 4 | No. 3

We’ll go on with No. 2 –

“Superman”

Chiefs vs. Eagles

Day: Sunday, September 17

Focal Duration: 200

Exposure Time: 1/1,5000

Taken By: Jason Bradwell

Steve Sanders’ thoughts:

On the play by itself: “When this transpired – when he took off from the 5-property line – and ‘Superman-ed’ more than everybody to the close zone, it was virtually freakish,” Sanders explained. “You just really don’t see fellas take off from there. That’s a 15-foot extensive jump fundamentally. He took off and just flew by means of the air. One particular of the issues that I seriously like about it is that you can see (Eagles safety) Malcolm Jenkins and the reflection of the sky and the prime of the stadium in his facemask. These guys are tall and Kelce is even now two feet previously mentioned them. He’s ‘Supermaning’ by way of those people guys and he’s not likely to be stopped. They have no strategy what to do to quit him. I imagined it was an astounding picture.”

On capturing the emotion of all people in the image: “Everything just really worked out. Even the men that are hunting on in the history, their eyes are just centered on this male traveling by the air,” Sanders said. “I think they had been even astonished by the athleticism that this took. He just experienced that willpower that he was not going to be stopped.”