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Nate is a film analyst at Arrowhead Pride, writing about the Chiefs and the NFL Draft.

Question of the Week: Is the Jawaan Taylor penalty situation a fluke or a real issue?

Zoning in on whether or not the right tackle is breaking NFL rules.

Rookie Check-In: Rashee Rice might be the Chiefs’ best slot option

Kansas City’s second-round rookie got a larger chunk of the work during Sunday’s victory against Chicago.

Question of the Week: Can George Karlaftis and Leo Chenal emerge as elite players?

What impact will these young players have on the Chiefs defense this season?

The state of the Chiefs’ linebacker room after two weeks of play

Kansas City has a good problem on its hands: too many quality linebackers, not enough snaps.

Question of the Week: How much time will Chiefs give Skyy Moore, Kadarius Toney to get it together?

The wide receivers struggled significantly in the Chiefs’ opening game against the Lions. So what happens against the Jaguars?

The hidden long-term concern about the Chiefs’ offense

Travis Kelce’s absence did not just hurt the passing game; it also hurt the run game.

Question of the Week: How much margin for error do the Chiefs have without Chris Jones?

It does not appear like Jones will suit up for the NFL’s season-opener. How does that impact the rest of the team — and particularly, the offense?

What to expect from the Chiefs’ defense without Chris Jones

Kansas City is going to have to begin the season without its star defensive tackle.

Assessing the Chiefs’ running backs after cutdown day

Kansas City’s decisions at the 53-man roster deadline were more than a little surprising.

How Felix Anudike-Uzomah has already differentiated himself as a pass rusher

The rookie from Kansas State may be called upon early, and there are some encouraging signs that he can do the job.