Great move RT @AdamSchefter: Chiefs hired former Dolphins assistant Brian Daboll as their offensive coordinator.
2010 Kansas City Chiefs Analysis: The Chiefs have no sense of direction right now. Their overpaid quarterback is terrible; the offensive line can't block; the defensive line is the league's worst; the pass rush doesn't exist; and the head coach is mind-numbingly clueless. Kansas City is easily one of the worst teams in the NFL, and because general manager Scott Pioli has dug this franchise into such a deep hole, it doesn't look like things will improve anytime soon.
Projection: 3-13 (4th in AFC West)
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I can say this you guys make some good points and I know if I was going to war I know who I want on my side #chiefsnation without a doubt..
Still, Ginn could be a part of a package on the first night of the draft next Thursday, as the Dolphins might trade up from the 12th spot. Clemson running back C.J. Spiller is among the players for whom they could make a move.
Safety is the hot spot. Veteran Mike Brown, formerly of the Chicago Bears, is vying for the strong or free safety job with last year's starters Jarrad Page and Bernard Pollard. Brown, a 10th-year veteran, brings savvy, diagnosis skills and won't be fooled the way Pollard was at times last season. Pollard appears the odd man out, considering he was a liability in coverage at times last season and could be used more as an extra run defender on early downs.
"We certainly will not seek a trade for Tony," Hunt said. "I think he’s excited about the changes we’ve made here. I think he recognizes that with Todd as the head coach, we’re going to have an exciting offense and one that will feature the passing game. No matter our starting quarterback, it will be someone who will look his way quite a bit."
Cutler to the Chiefs?
According to Adam Schefter, the Donks were taking a three team trade which would put Cassell in Denver and Cutler in Detroit or Tampa.
Also, the Lions approached the Broncos about a trade for Cutler, trying to dangle Cassel as bait. Once again, Denver debated the deal and opted against it apparently. What made it a moot point was that while all Tampa, Detroit and Denver engaged in trade talks with New Engalnd, the Patriots went ahead and dealt Cassel to the Chiefs.
I find this interesting. Maybe we can sweeten the pot and aquire Cutler who is a much better option than Cassell IMO. What do you think?
There are those who make the case that the Chiefs should retain Herm Edwards, giving him "one last chance" to mold the players he chose into the team he envisioned. But as a Chiefs fan, judging from these last three seasons (each of which was worse than the one before it), I can only wonder - have we not seen enough? Edwards tried to get the job done. Unfortunately, the results are simply not there.
Denver Bronco fan lost a beat with a Chiefs fan, now he had to do this: