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Old 07-11-2018, 10:02 AM  
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ESPN: NFL's best and worst offensive arsenals: 32-1 weapons ranking

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This has been building one year at a time for the Chiefs, who were relying on players such as Charcandrick West and Jason Avant as meaningful weapons during their playoff run in 2015. It starts with Travis Kelce, who is the consensus second-best tight end in the league behind Gronkowski. In 2016, the Chiefs added Tyreek Hill, who graduated from his gadget return man role as a rookie into a real-deal wideout last season by posting a 75-1,183-7 line. Andy Reid & Co. drafted Kareem Hunt last season, and the running back produced 1,782 yards from scrimmage as a rookie, which was the 10th-best mark for a debuting runner in league history. The Chiefs likely will give him snaps off more frequently with the return of Spencer Ware, but Hunt already is one of the league's best backs.


It's hard to find a team that can say it's paying its fourth-best weapon $16 million per year, and, in part, that's because the Chiefs probably overpaid Sammy Watkins. If we ignore the money and the hype surrounding Watkins coming out of Clemson, it's accurate enough to say that Patrick Mahomes' fourth-best weapon is a 25-year-old guy who averaged just over 80 receiving yards per game in 2015 and turned nine red zone targets into seven touchdowns last season. The upside for Watkins is still as a legitimate No. 1 receiver in an offense that already has two of them.

While we can never truly know whether a young quarterback would develop into a star in any situation, it's hard to imagine what else Patrick Mahomes could ask for than Reid as a coach and this bevy of talent as targets. Every team is susceptible to injuries, and Mahomes will have growing pains, but no offense has as much upside across the board at the skill-position spots as these Chiefs.
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Old 07-11-2018, 12:09 PM   #16
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Instead of double clutching like Alex Smith, throw the ****ing ball to were only the receiver has a chance on your 3 step HITCH.
By George, I think you're onto something there!
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Old 07-11-2018, 12:13 PM   #17
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Instead of double clutching like Alex Smith, throw the ****ing ball to were only the receiver has a chance on your 3 step HITCH.
Yes, I know, our team with a bottom of the league defense would be shelving it's 3rd straight Lombardi, but Alex Smiff
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22. Denver Broncos
With the Broncos investing $25 million guaranteed in new quarterback Case Keenum and trading for new right tackle Jared Veldheer, general manager John Elway was forced to pinch pennies elsewhere on offense. It was no surprise that the Broncos moved on from C.J. Anderson, although the move turns things over to a combination of ineffective veteran Devontae Booker and rookie Royce Freeman. Denver never really addressed tight end, so they'll hope that redshirt rookie Jake Butt can serve as a receiving threat from Day 1. The Broncos used a second-round pick on Cody Latimer in 2014 and a third-round pick last year on Carlos Henderson, but Latimer never broke out before leaving this offseason and Henderson might be on the roster bubble after missing his entire rookie season with a finger injury, leading to the selection of Courtland Sutton with the 40th overall pick. The Broncos will spend another year depending on Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas, both of whom are now on the wrong side of 30.

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Old 07-11-2018, 12:22 PM   #19
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Instead of double clutching like Alex Smith, throw the ****ing ball to were only the receiver has a chance on your 3 step HITCH.
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Yes, I know, our team with a bottom of the league defense would be shelving it's 3rd straight Lombardi, but Alex Smiff
This isn't a bottom tier defense, dumbass
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Old 07-11-2018, 12:45 PM   #21
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Old 07-11-2018, 12:54 PM   #24
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22. Denver Broncos
With the Broncos investing $25 million guaranteed in new quarterback Case Keenum and trading for new right tackle Jared Veldheer, general manager John Elway was forced to pinch pennies elsewhere on offense. It was no surprise that the Broncos moved on from C.J. Anderson, although the move turns things over to a combination of ineffective veteran Devontae Booker and rookie Royce Freeman. Denver never really addressed tight end, so they'll hope that redshirt rookie Jake Butt can serve as a receiving threat from Day 1. The Broncos used a second-round pick on Cody Latimer in 2014 and a third-round pick last year on Carlos Henderson, but Latimer never broke out before leaving this offseason and Henderson might be on the roster bubble after missing his entire rookie season with a finger injury, leading to the selection of Courtland Sutton with the 40th overall pick. The Broncos will spend another year depending on Emmanuel Sanders and Demaryius Thomas, both of whom are now on the wrong side of 30.

So in other words, they have a rookie wide receiver on offense that they hope can carry the team.
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Instead of double clutching like Alex Smith, throw the ****ing ball to were only the receiver has a chance on your 3 step HITCH.

Bingo!
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This isn't a bottom tier defense, dumbass
Really?

Because in the world where I live the defense was #29 against the pass, #25 against the run, and lost their best player in the offseason.
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Old 07-11-2018, 02:03 PM   #29
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Really?

Because in the world where I live the defense was #29 against the pass, #25 against the run, and lost their best player in the offseason.
1) Peters wasn't their best player on defense. He played like crap at times last year. Even at top form, he's behind Houston, Berry and potentially Jones. One could argue that some of the defensive issues was because Peters refused to tackle citing a career choice, IE, he didnt want to get hurt before a potential big contract.

2) The Chiefs overhauled their defense. Berry will be back. OLB, opposite of Houston will be better, whether that comes from a healed Dee Ford, Speaks or Kpassagnon.

3) Ragland started looking pretty damn good at ILB last year. The Chiefs also got Anthony Hitchens, who will be a large upgrade to Derrick Johnson who looked like he was running in quick sand last year.

4) As a group, the CB position will be better. Peters is gone, but he was also the only CB on the roster worth a spot. Fuller's potential is Peters but even if he's not as good, Amerson is a large upgrade over what we had. Plus, Veach apparently thinks he's found two hidden gems in his stable of young CB's.

5) Safety will be a LOT better as well. They will be adding an All Pro back in Berry. They also added Golden, who is under the radar for depth. I'm very high on Watts to take the FS position sometime during the year.

6) Upgraded the NT position with Xavier Williams and Derrick Nnadi, who has elite run stopping potential.

Now, this defense is not likely top 10 but they could end up top 15-20.
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Instead of double clutching like Alex Smith, throw the ****ing ball to were only the receiver has a chance on your 3 step HITCH.
That would just be stupid. What the hell are you thinking? We are not going to waste the prime years of our no. 1 overall pick left tackle by not double pumpkining. Did you not learn from what Cleveland did to Joe Thomas? The audacity of some posters never ceases to amaze me.
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