Childress and Reid together


PFF examines the Chiefs projected lineup


I always like the analysis done by Pro Football Focus. There are a couple of interesting things in here. - PFF is pretty comfortable with us starting former 3rd round DE Allen Bailey - 7/22 starters are listed as elite, near elite, or "solid starter" (above average) - Only 2 starters: WR Donnie Avery & LG Jeff Allen are rated "below average" - PFF would start Hemingway over AJ Jenkins - Give Geoff Schwartz his money The cap analysis is pretty surface-level, so I've largely ignored it. It seems that even PFF is intrigued with AJ Jenkins progress this season. I'm seeing lots pictures of Jenkins doing offseason workouts (I would too if my roster spot was on the line) so he'll be one to keep an eye on in training camp.

Season started yet?


CBS replaces Shannon Sharpe with Tony G.




23. Kansas City Chiefs - DL Ra’Shede Hageman, Minn With Hageman, I see a player that can line up at any one of the spots in an odd man front. He has played a lot of one technique this season, and has contributed at three and five technique as well. His athleticism will be on display at the Combine. That great workout could mean his future is projected as an end in a three man line, but I prefer him close to the center. Finding consistency is the key.

$6.8 million over?


Kansas City Chiefs (68, $6.8 million over): The Chiefs have no dead money tied up in Alex Smith, so they can do a deal with him to get back to at least even in the salary cap. They also have a few solid young players, like Eric Berry and Tamba Hali, with whom they could convert salary to signing bonus and make cap space.

How Travis Kelce responds to Twitter trash talk


The Worst of Incognito/Martin


Yet to make final judgement.... but Incognito's a piece of shit.