The Kansas City Chiefs offensive line is ranked higher than you think, according to Pro Football Focus
By Joel Thorman ? @JoelThorman on Oct 8, 2015, 8:34a 76
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The Kansas City Chiefs offensive line is either much better than we thought or the rest of the NFL’s offensive lines are much, much worse than I thought. That’s the takeaway after reading this Pro Football Focus article which ranks the Chiefs offensive line 10th in the NFL.
PFF has the Chiefs Read more…
It’s never too early for the NFL Draft! Actually, yes it is. This is too early right now because the season is going on. However, there are plenty of NFL fans are really just draft fans and SB Nation’s Dan Kadar released a mock draft this week.
So, today, we talk draft.
The Chiefs have the 17th pick in Kadar’s mock draft. That make them an average team in the NFL which seems better than the 1-3 talk we’ve been hearing this week. Dan has the Chiefs selecting Michigan State OT Jack Conklin in Read more…
Andy would abandon the pass entirely for a half. Obviously he would have to disguise a few things but…
lets say they go two wide, with a back, but replace the TE’s with linemen.
two TE sets.
i notice our o line cannot pull from one side to the other.
so give the oline 7 strong.
i think i am going to try and find reid’s email addy. i swear its around somewhere. Read more…
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Titans wide receiver Dorial Green-Beckham is back at work after being arrested last week on a warrant for an unpaid speeding ticket in Missouri during Tennessee’s bye week.
Missouri police stopped Green-Beckham on Sept. 30 for driving 65 in a 55-mph zone, and Van Buren police Chief Nick J. McBroom said Tuesday officers found an outstanding warrant from Osage Beach, Missouri. Green-Beckham was arrested before bonding out paying $92.48 for failure to appear over a speeding ticket.
Green-Beckham was given a warning for last week’s stop.
Dismissed from the Missouri Tigers in April 2014, the receiver spent the season Read more…
By Mike Florio
On Monday, MDS pointed out that Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has been sacked 18 times this season. On Monday night, Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson caught him, with six against the Lions. Wilson has now been sacked 18 times through four games, putting him on pace for 72 — and putting both guys in position to…
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