Offensive Coordinator- Al Saunders
The Chiefs need a high energy, demanding, and persevering offensive co-coordinator. Al Saunders is completely composed of energy, he will bring a demanding, hard-working identity to the all aspects of the offense, and he will persevere and put the offense in a position to succeed week in and week out. He was the previous Co-oordinator of the Oakland Raiders, and the Kansas City Chiefs Offense That Ranked #1 from 2002-2005. He has experience running teams that opt to the run aspect first, and he has a winning coaching philosophy. Saunders has interviewed for the Chiefs Co-Coordinator position and Crennel would be foolish to not do everything in his power to get him on the staff. In closing Saunders is the logical choice to run the offense in 2013.
Wide-Receiver Coach- Hue Jackson
Some might dis-agree with this, but Hue Jackson is an at the very least above-average position coach rather it be running-back, wide receiver,or quarterback. In 2001, he tutored Redskins Running-Back Stephen Davis, Davis ran for 1,432 yards - setting the Redskins Season Record. From 2004-2006, Jackson tutored Chad Ochocinco and T. J. Houshmandzadeh, he aided them in becoming one of the most prolific wide-receiving tandems in the NFL at the time. In 2005, the Ochocinco-Houshmandzadeh tandem combined to total 175 receptions for 2,388 yards. In 2006, Ochocinco (1,369 yards) and Houshmandzadeh (1,081 yards) became the first pair of Bengals to eclipse the 1,000-yard receiving mark in a single season, all under the tutelage of Hue Jackson. As a Quarterback coach, for the Baltimore Ravens from 2008 until 2009, In 2008, Jackson tutored Joe Flacco, who became the first rookie QB to win two playoff games in NFL history as the Ravens advanced to the AFC Championship game. The guy might be an incompetent head-coach but the credentials don't lie, Jackson could aide in the further development for the likes of Dwayne Bowe, Jon Baldwin, Ricky Stanzi, Matt Cassesl, Jamal Charles- whatever coaching position they want to put him in he would do a great job and he would aide in giving us a more complete, elite coaching staff that could take us further in the playoffs. He also has direct knowledge of the Oakland Raiders defensive roster, and that would be a great in terms of team preparation and increasing the teams probability of defeating the AFC West Division Rival.
Offensive Line/Running Game Coach- Aaron Kromer
Out of all the coaches listed Kromer is by far the most farfetched acquisition, but what can i say im an optimist. Kromer is responsible for developing the likes of Carl Nicks, Jermon Bushrod, and Jahri Evans. He also is responsible for calling and developing the Saints Running Plays, so he has Offensive Coordinator like responsibilities on the team. I feel that the Chiefs being a run first team and Kromer being a coach that has a wide-range of run plays in his arsenal he would be a perfect fit somewhere on the team. I feel that he would be a perfect fit by having the same responsibilities he had on the Saints staff, but making him the Offensive-Coordinator may be the only way to lure him from the Saints. He will not leave the Saints for the same coaching position he has there.So making him the OC in 2013 and then splitting his OC responsibilities making his secondary responsibility the O-Line would be a bold move on the Chiefs behalf.