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Old 06-30-2011, 11:28 AM  
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The Chiefs developed faster under todd Haley than anyone expected. Now comes the hard part.

With a much tougher out of division schedule this year — they face the Colts, Steelers, the NFC South, and the AFC East — the Chiefs will have a lot of work to do if they want to repeat their 2010 record. They are up next in our team checklist series.

1. Find an offensive tackle

Take a quarterback with shaky pocket presence, put Barry Richardson at right tackle, and hope. That doesn’t sound like much of a plan.

The Chiefs surprisingly passed on tackle in the draft. They have no depth behind Richardson and left tackle Branden Albert. Perhaps Matt Light of the Patriots could be an option.

2. Fortify defensive line.

Scott Pioli has work left to do here. Shaun Smith and Ron Edwards are free agents. Rookie sixth-round pick Jerrell Powe is probably the best nose tackle on the roster. They can get by with their defensive ends and Glenn Dorsey can move inside, but they need another veteran in the middle. Re-signing Edwards makes sense.


3. Make a quick decision on Brian Waters.

The Chiefs drafted Rodney Hudson and reportedly want to promote guard Jon Asamoah. That has led to speculation the team could cut five-time Pro Bowl guard Brian Waters. If they are going to do it, they should do it quickly. Waters has been one of the classiest guys in the league for a long time.

4. Add a wide receiver to play a big role.

Adding first-round pick Jonathan Baldwin was a start. But who is this team’s third receiver? (Or No. 2 if Baldwin takes time to develop.)

The best current options include Jerheme Urban and Verran Tucker. Don’t forget Dwayne Bowe is on the last year of his contract. Signing a solid second-tier free agent wideout like Steve Breaston who worked under Todd Haley in Arizona makes a lot of sense.

5. Find quarterback insurance.

With Brodie Croyle expected to leave, rookie fifth-round pick Ricky Stanzi is the presumptive backup. Expect him to get veteran competition.

6. Get the ball to Jamaal Charles more.

Few players were more effective on a per-play basis last year. It’s time to give Charles more plays.

7. Get Kermit an appropriate uniform.
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:30 AM   #2
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:30 AM   #3
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:31 AM   #4
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:32 AM   #5
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1. Tyson Clabo or Ryan Harris
2. Trade for Sammie Lee Hill. Punch anyone in the face that mentions Dorsey moving to NT.
3. Cut/Trade Waters and start Asamoah.
4. Sign Steve Breaston.
5. Sign Drew Stanton
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:33 AM   #6
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Punch anyone in the face that mentions Dorsey moving to NT
That was my only reaction to the article.
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:37 AM   #7
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1. Tyson Clabo or Ryan Harris
2. Trade for Sammie Lee Hill. Punch anyone in the face that mentions Dorsey moving to NT.
3. Cut/Trade Waters and start Asamoah.
4. Sign Steve Breaston.
5. Sign Drew Stanton
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Old 06-30-2011, 11:43 AM   #8
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Get another offensive tackle. Everything else I don't give a shit about. Still nervous about NT, but they're not going to sign a veteran in the middle worth a shit, so doing the Smith/Edwards/Powe thing is the most sensible course of action
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I still think we need another RB. Jones is done. We squeezed everything he had left out of him last season. Not going into the season with another dependable back is a really bad idea IMO.
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Old 06-30-2011, 12:03 PM   #10
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weird they didn't mention the vrable LB hole
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weird they didn't mention the vrable LB hole
That's where Justin Houston and Studebaker get involved.
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Old 06-30-2011, 12:07 PM   #12
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That's where Justin Houston and Studebaker get involved.
And hopefully Cameron Sheffield.
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And hopefully Cameron Sheffield.
Maybe Sheffield will back up Hali.
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2. Fortify defensive line.

Scott Pioli has work left to do here. Shaun Smith and Ron Edwards are free agents.
Resign both, and they should both come cheap, for depth.

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Rookie sixth-round pick Jerrell Powe is probably the best nose tackle on the roster.
Probably. But I like the combination of the 3. Between them, as long as we rotate and keep them fresh, could be respectable.

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They can get by with their defensive ends and Glenn Dorsey can move inside...
****ing stupid idea.

Anyone who thinks Dorsey is a NT is huffing gold paint...

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4. Add a wide receiver to play a big role.

Adding first-round pick Jonathan Baldwin was a start. But who is this team’s third receiver? (Or No. 2 if Baldwin takes time to develop.)
We don't need to be pro-bowl deep at WR.

The Pack have two legit WR's (no one that absolutely scares you, just 2 guys who can get open and catch the ball) and a TE who can catch.

With just two legit WR's and a respectable TE (which I think all will agree ToMo is at this point) that should be enough targets for Casshole to throw to and take pressure off the running game.

Having that stud slot is a luxury. One we might luck into if McCluster ever develops.

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5. Find quarterback insurance.

With Brodie Croyle expected to leave, rookie fifth-round pick Ricky Stanzi is the presumptive backup. Expect him to get veteran competition.
Ok, completely agree here.

I love Stanzi as a developmental 3rd QB but definitely think we need a seasoned vet to b/u.

With the defenses we'll (hopefully) play this year I see no way Matty doesn't miss some time.

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6. Get the ball to Jamaal Charles more.
Shut the **** up.

We don't need more Charles. Charles role was clearly perfect last year. His average was out-****ing-standing per carry.

Give him the same time and a better spelling HB...
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Old 06-30-2011, 01:26 PM   #15
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Perhaps Matt Light of the Patriots could be an option.
I almost stopped reading here... but... football news is far and few between.. so I push on.
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