Dallas Cowboys: What would a 'Dak-friendly' Cowboys offense look like? Dak Prescott says watch Panthers and Chiefs | SportsDay
"I think it just means if you watch a little bit of maybe what the Panthers are doing or what the Chiefs did, just the RPOs, the run-pass options, just allowing me to use my feet if necessary more," Prescott said. "Allow me to go out there and be more comfortable in everything I'm doing."
Super Bowl ratings overall down but strong in Kansas City | The Kansas City Star
Among local markets, Kansas City ranked 10th with a 52.2 rating, which tied Seattle, and a 73 share.
Pederson’s Super Bowl win spotlights Reid’s coaching tree | The Kansas City Star
“He obviously gave me the ability to lead and be myself,” said Pederson, a former NFL quarterback who joined Baltimore’s John Harbaugh as the members of Reid’s coaching tree to win Super Bowls as head coaches. “He taught me a lot through playcalling and the different things that have allowed us to be successful. He’s been a big mentor for me.”
Bears hire Brad Childress as offensive consultant | Windy City Gridiron
Childress brings experience and wisdom to a revamped offensive coaching staff. This hire continues the Bears’ efforts to help quarterback Mitchell Trubisky take a big step in his development as an NFL quarterback.
Kirk Cousins stars in ad with Trump impersonator | The Kansas City Star
In the “oval office,” the Trump impersonator tells Cousins: “Sneaky Alex stole your job so I’m appointing you Secretary of Offense. Now prepare for fire and fury” and he presses a red button on the desk ... which lights up a fireplace.
Next year’s Super Bowl odds led by Patriots, Chiefs in middle of pack | Arrowhead Pride
2019 Super Bowl odds released by Bovada show the Patriots on top of the list despite losing Super Bowl 52 to the Eagles. The Packers and Eagles are tied for second on the list.
Alex Smith's legacy with the Kansas City Chiefs | Arrowhead Addict
I’ll start by explaining what I did in research of this post. I wanted to compare Alex Smith’s production with that of all the Chiefs quarterbacks of the past 30 years. Why 30 years? Well, its a nice even number. Plus, it’s the exact number of seasons since Todd Blackledge started his last game as a Chief. So it’s not only a nice even number but its the period between the season when Blackledge started his last game and when Patrick Mahomes becomes the full time starter.