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Old 08-10-2018, 08:52 AM  
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Preseason Game 1: Who helped and hurt their chances of being a Chief on Week 1?

I'm still in preseason mode, so I wasn't adept at watching the line play yet. Some obvious observations about guys who helped their stock are (in order of observation strength):



Chase Litton is a superstar in the making, and will eventually force us to trade Patrick Mahomes II.

Kelce looks pretty good, but he was probably going to make the team anyway.

T.Y. McGill impressed me and is my dark horse pick for a roster spot.

Jace Amaro looked really good. I think he's our #2 or #3 TE.

Darrel Williams seems like a budding Spencer Ware. Big, tough, and runs hard.

Alex Ellis generally played well, if you discount that last play.

Ben Niemann is going to make the world forget about Luke Kuechly.

In the little that I observed, McKenzie and Wylie were playing well at RG and RT.

Byron Pringle seemed to have quickness.

D. Robinson was going to make the team, but he helped his cause to move up the depth chart.

Kerwynn Williams and Damien Williams both looked good as well, but not as good as Darrel.

Kpassagnon seemed to be our best pass rusher among the non-Houstonian OLBs. That's not a hearty endorsement, but it's an endorsement.



On the other side of the equation:

Armani Watts was lost out there. He looked like a fan who had wandered onto the field.

Our starting line was a sieve, particularly at the tackles, and I worried about Patrick Mahomes II's life.

The CBs were playing soft, but I hope Nelson doesn't do that all year.

Dee Ford still has no instincts.
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Old 08-10-2018, 05:23 PM   #31
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I know he'll make the team, but Dee Ford was complete garbage against the run, as usual.
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Old 08-10-2018, 06:07 PM   #32
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I think Eric Bieniemy hurt his chances at being the playcaller all season*.*obligatory ERMAGEHRD preseason overreaction
Eric's being tutored right now. No way was he on his own last night especially with the dawning of PM2.

Reid better be giving colonoscopies to his o-line if they are to improve and have a chance at protecting Pat.
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Old 08-10-2018, 06:29 PM   #33
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I'm still in preseason mode, so I wasn't adept at watching the line play yet. Some obvious observations about guys who helped their stock are (in order of observation strength):



Chase Litton is a superstar in the making, and will eventually force us to trade Patrick Mahomes II.

Kelce looks pretty good, but he was probably going to make the team anyway.

T.Y. McGill impressed me and is my dark horse pick for a roster spot.

Jace Amaro looked really good. I think he's our #2 or #3 TE.

Darrel Williams seems like a budding Spencer Ware. Big, tough, and runs hard.

Alex Ellis generally played well, if you discount that last play.

Ben Niemann is going to make the world forget about Luke Kuechly.

In the little that I observed, McKenzie and Wylie were playing well at RG and RT.

Byron Pringle seemed to have quickness.

D. Robinson was going to make the team, but he helped his cause to move up the depth chart.

Kerwynn Williams and Damien Williams both looked good as well, but not as good as Darrel.

Kpassagnon seemed to be our best pass rusher among the non-Houstonian OLBs. That's not a hearty endorsement, but it's an endorsement.



On the other side of the equation:

Armani Watts was lost out there. He looked like a fan who had wandered onto the field.

Our starting line was a sieve, particularly at the tackles, and I worried about Patrick Mahomes II's life.

The CBs were playing soft, but I hope Nelson doesn't do that all year.

Dee Ford still has no instincts.
You pretty much covered it except Speaks Gut.
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Old 08-11-2018, 05:07 PM   #34
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If Ellis had made that TD at end of game I’d be curious to see him run with the 2’s.
Was very impressed with Litton and hope he make the #3. Take raw talent over has been’s every day
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