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It has been over a half-century since the Motown boys have won the NFL title. The year was 1957, or long before any player currently in the league was born. Some of their parents were not even walking the Earth when quarterback Tobin Rote replaced the injured legend Bobby Layne led the George Wilson coached Lions to a 59-14 title game victory over the Cleveland Browns. There was no Lombardi Trophy then; Lombardi was still an assistant coach with the Giants in that season, still two years away from taking over as head coach of the Green Bay Packers.

With newly drafted players on the field, the Chiefs have shifted into high gear - Kansas City Star

Astonishing speed may be something McCluster is used to, but it’s something the Chiefs have been desperate for in recent years. The Chiefs were one of the NFL’s slowest teams the last few seasons, and there were disappointing highlights to prove it.

LenDale White, a 235-pound Titans running back, outran the Chiefs’ defensive backs in a 2008 game.

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Kevin from Omaha wants to know if I think Kansas City running back Jamaal Charles will have a big season. BW: I was at Charles’ last game when he had 259 yards against Denver. I’m a big believer in him. The kid is dynamic. He is a game breaker. I think he will be even more dangerous in 2010 because he is experienced and wiser. Plus, having Thomas Jones in his backfield is going keep Charles fresh. I expect a tremendous year from this third-year pro from Texas.

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