Rod Streater was an offseason addition for the Kansas City Chiefs that some folks are excited about. And they should be excited about him. Albert Wilson, Chris Conley and Streater are pretty close battling for playing time behind Jeremy Maclin. Wilson and Conley were here last year so they may have the edge but Streater can bring it.
He can bring it just like he did here on this back shoulder catch from Tyler Bray:
PI doesn't phase Rod Streater...— NFL Network (@nflnetwork) August 13, 2016
What a GRAB! #SEAvsKC https://t.co/jVcbUSWXny
First, you need a quarterback who makes that pass. Alex Smith usually doesn’t but Tyler Bray, facing third and 10, did. Bray fired it in there in a spot where only Streater could get it. The Seattle defensive back had no shot at making the play, which is why I love that back shoulder pass so much. Aaron Rodgers is the best at it.