By Josh Alper
Wide receiver Jeremy Maclin had some familiarity with the Chiefs’ offensive scheme when he arrived in Kansas City this offseason because of his past working relationship with coach Andy Reid and offensive coordinator Doug Pederson, but he’d never played with quarterback Alex Smith. Maclin says that the two men clicked during the spring and that…
By Mike Florio
The Broncos enjoy a loyal fan base, with 349 consecutive sellouts dating back to 1970. To ensure that the sellouts will continue, the Broncos have introduced a new strategy for moving single-game tickets that go on sale July 8. According to Nicki Jhabvala of the Denver Post, the Broncos will join the variable pricing trend, grouping…
By Josh Alper
We haven’t heard much about wide receiver/kick returner Josh Cribbs since the Colts released him in May, but he says he’s heard from a few teams about possibly coming on board for the 2015 season. Cribbs told Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com said that he’s received inquiries from the Jaguars, Patriots and Chiefs since hitting the…
think about it…
he has only been efficient because hes never had anyone to throw the long ball to?
a game manager means he is dealing with the tools provided.
is it possible were he in a donkey uniform the last two years he would have eclipsed 4000 yards?
i think we underestimate alex.
if he had the same teams as say peyton or brees, he would put up the same numbers. Read more…
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Pretty much every conversation about the Chiefs’ playoff potential centers around their offense.
Even the most cynical fans and analysts see the Chiefs have built a very good defense with a legitimate shot at being scary. There’s no doubt they’ll make some quarterbacks miserable, and there’s a decent shot the run defense shores up enough to keep teams from abusing them on the ground.
But there are a lot of question marks with the offense. After Jeremy Maclin the Chiefs boast a series of “well, if…” players. Those are guys who you have to always Read more…
Jamaal Charles feels “a lot more comfortable” with offensive line
Posted by Josh Alper on June 15, 2015, 7:22 AM EDT
Getty ImagesIn April, Chiefs running back Jamaal Charlessaid that he “definitely” wanted the Chiefs toaddress their offensive line in the draft because of how “crucial” blockers are to his ability to succeed.
The Chiefs drafted center Mitch Morse in the second round, but didn’t otherwise load up on offensive linemen during the process. That left them with largely the same line as they had when Charles said he was looking for upgrades, but the Read more…
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