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Who’s The Most Dog?

2021 was a year where several big splashes were made by young quarterbacks around the NFL.

Justin Herbert apparently became the most dominant quarterback in the AFC West while still not having made the playoffs.

Joe Burrow led the Bengals to a 10-7 record on a last place schedule to lead the Bengals to a Super Bowl berth. Lucky for him two of those victories came agains Read More>

Why should the Chiefs trade for Daron Payne?

Why should the Chiefs trade for Daron Payne?

By: @ChiefsFan4Lyfe

The 2022 NFL Season is around the corner. Even though free agency, the draft and OTAs have come and gone and we’re also close to training camps, football truly never sleeps. It’s a 24/7 job for the majority in the NFL. Those Championship teams are partly built on these mid-summer preseason acquisitions and roster decisions. Even going into October before the trade deadline. Moves can still be made.

That’s clearly evident for Brett Veach Read More>

O-Line Projected Depth Chart

Offensive line went from a weakness to a strength over the last 16 months. This will create some good competition and some surprising cuts in August. First off, we must assume that a deal will get done with Orlando Brown, or this whole article is trash, and you can stop reading now.
In my opinion, you have five clear cut starters. From left to right, Orlando Brown, Joe Thuney, Creed Humphrey, Trey Smith,
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Setting the Lines

With all the turnover this past year, today we will take a look at stat projections for the key players on offense.
As you know it begins and ends with Patrick Mahomes. In four years as a starter, he averages a whopping 4,677 yards and 37.75 touchdowns. With the loss of Tyreek Hill, it is conceivable there is a slight drop off, but I do not see it. Official Prediction for Mahomes: 4500 yards, 35 touchdowns, and 9 INT.
Travis Kelce. To put it bluntly, he is Read More>

Potential Position Battles for Training Camp

With the Organized Team Activities (OTAs) wrapping up, the 2022 Training Camp is coming up. The Kansas City Chiefs have the luxury of keeping most of their roster stable, with a few exceptions, and a few big departures. Even with those big departures the holes left behind have been addressed. That doesn’t mean the roster is already set in stone and there is no room for competition. The Chiefs have a

Bacon, Egg, and Chiefs : Offseason Sundays in the Kingdom

Hindsight is a powerful thing, especially when you reach an “adult” age and look back on things that you wish you would have done when you were younger. We’re not going to go as far as to classify these feelings as regret – regrets hold their own place in each individual’s hallways of times passed. The things I’m referring to are generally more innocent, pills that are easier to swallow. For instance – I wish I would have taken ____ more seriously, it could have benefitted me now. Or if I would have done _____, I could have gone _____. Not that your life is in

The Kansas City Chiefs are going to be a very balanced team on offense, expect them to rank top 5 in passing and rushing.

The Kansas City Chiefs are going to be a very balanced team on offense, expect them to rank top 5 in passing and rushing.

In 2022, Mahomes without Tyreek

Hill will have Travis Kelce, Juju Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, and Mecole Hardman stretching defensive backfields impossibly thin leaving them mathematically incapable of committing enough defensive backs to stop all four of those elite pass catchers. The Chiefs going to be a very balanced team on offense, expecting to rank top 5 in passing and rushing.