By Curtis Crabtree
Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Tyson Jackson has struggled to live up to his billing as a top 5 draft pick during his first four seasons in the NFL. Jackson has seen two different head coaches and two different defensive coordinators with two different ideas of how to utilize the No. 3 pick in the… Read more…
Yeah i agree i think dorsey would have excelled in the new sheme. I believe he was dradted more as a penetrating dt..
I don't mean to be a downer but the Royals have me skeptic of all sports right now. Hearing news about Jackson sounds the same to me as William Bartee, Eric Warfield, Marc Boerighter, Jonathan Baldwin etc... These guys all looked great in practice and were poised to have an outstanding year only to disappear once the seaon starts.
The d-line needs him to step up so I hope this translates to the field on Sunday.