August 24, 2012; Kansas City, MO, USA; NFL referee Craig Ochoa (73) speaks with Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel (7) during the second half of the game against the Seattle Seahawks at Arrowhead Stadium. Seattle won the game 44-14. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-US PRESSWIRE
You run the Kansas City Chiefs.
How long are you playing the starters against the Green Bay Packers this Thursday?
This question was brought up on my visit to 610 Sports today. Danny Parkins would keep most of the starters out of this game completely. Carrington Harrison and I figured having them play a series or two would be best. Romeo Crennel's past history suggests the starters will see two series of action.
It's important for the Chiefs to end this preseason on a positive note but not important enough to expose anyone to potential injury in a game that doesn't count. The Chiefs starters should play a maximum of two series on Thursday and you hope they put up a scoring drive in one of those series'.
Romeo Crennel has been fairly traditional in his approach to the preseason, which is why I'm thinking one or two series' for the starters.
That's my take. What's yours?
How long should the Chiefs play their starters on Thursday night?
Don't play them at all (181 votes)
One series (726 votes)
One quarter (856 votes)
First half (277 votes)
Entire game (132 votes)
2172 total votes