I think it's obvious that the Chiefs are going to try to get mismatch options. I know that's going out on a limb......]
But I think the best way to make Smith successful is to creat multiple run/pass plays out of similar formations. I highly doubt we'll be a downfield offense, but we'll rely on mismatches and/or PA passes. A guy like Kelce can block very well, and -while not a world beater - can catch passes.
This offense, on pass plays, is going to need the QB to identify mismatches, and get the ball out in rythym. Either by motion, or whatever.
I think Davis can provide some of this deception or play making.
Don't get me wrong, I'm not saying Davis is a great pick or anything, but he's significant enough to teams to at least account for him.
The Chiefs now have enough options in terms of formation where teams can't stack the box on every ****ing down like they did with Cassel/Charles/Hillis. They at least have to be somewhat concerned of pass plays. Assuming of course that our 1st down /2nd down runs are sufficient - which should be given our line.
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