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  1. Week 11 GDT: Chiefs @ Rams

    just wondering whether the NFL learned from this one: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cwu7ar3IJcQ or the snow binge where noone knew where the ball was when it was less than a foot from the ground (IND-BUF last year?)
  2. Week 11 GDT: Chiefs @ Rams

    Sucks, but Mexico seems to be worth a trip even without a game. My father spent 2 weeks there businesswise a while ago - really enjoyed it.
  3. Week 11 GDT: Chiefs @ Rams

    And now into something completely different (tip to the hat to our US friends if they recognize that one): Chiefs @ Rams officially moved back to LA:
  4. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    ok, another winning season in the books ... why doesn't the defense play all the time the way they did for the last 6 minutes or so?
  5. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    5 sacks now?? Really??
  6. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    Let me post the obvious ... Chiefs need to score on this drive.
  7. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    Was that a "Touching the Passer" penalty?
  8. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    Grrmmpphh ... defense in its usual style ...
  9. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    Exactly!
  10. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    Dirty Dan on the tackle ...good to see him back
  11. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    Whoops ... Len Dawson's season TD record tied after three plays ...
  12. Week 10 GDT: AZ @ KC

    So Sammy Watkins is out ... other than that nothing surprising Other Inactives: S Eric Berry, OL Kahlil McKenzie, DL Justin Hamilton, DB Josh Shaw, LB Frank Zombo, and OL Mitch Morse.
  13. Looking ahead - 2020 roster preview

    That's basically what I wanted to say. They have the core under contract until 2020 already now. A few resignings and reasonable drafts and the Chiefs should be able to run with the top of the crop for two more years. After that it will become difficult capwise to keep all of the current top contributors.
  14. Read an article today about the Chiefs and how they may be one and done due to their core crew melting away over the years. Didn't really believe it - so I had to take a look forward to the 2020 roster, based on the current contract situation. Tackles 2021 - 72 Fisher, Eric 2020 - 71 Schwartz, Mitchell Guards/Centers 2021 - 66 McKenzie, Kahlil XXXX - 67 Murray, James XXXX - 62 Reiter, Austin XXXX - 77 Wylie, Andrew (ERFA) Quarterbacks 2020 - 15 Mahomes, Patrick II Running Backs 2020 - 27 Hunt, Kareem 2018 - 32 Ware, Spencer 2020 - 31 Williams, Darrell Tight Ends 2018 - 84 Harris, Demetrius 2021 - 87 Kelce, Travis Wide Receivers XXXX - 19 Kemp, Marcus 2019 - 11 Robinson, Demarcus 2020 - 14 Watkins, Sammy Defensive Tackles 2021 - 91 Nnadi, Derrick Defensive Ends Linebackers 2022 - 53 Hitchens, Anthony 2020 - 50 Houston, Justin 2020 - 92 Kpassagnon, Tanoh 2020 - 56 Niemann, Ben 2021 - 44 O’Daniel, Dorian 2021 - 57 Speaks, Breeland Cornerbacks 2021 - 39 Smith, Tremon 2020 - 35 Ward, Charvarius Safeties 2022 - 29 Berry, Eric 2020 - 49 Sorensen, Daniel Specialists XXXX - 7 Butker, Harrison 2020 - 2 Colquitt, Dustin 2021 - 41 Winchester, James In italics those players I think will return on a reasonable contract. On offense, the core building blocks will still be around. The only big name missing obviously is Tyreek Hill. The replacements they found for the OL are proving their worth, and McKanzie is obviously a guy they trust in for the future. Defense, even after the last draft, is a different story. LB and S look ok, but DL and CB need serious attention. However, the Chiefs will have two drafts to fill some of those positions, and the cap should be ok to bring in a few more guys. After 2020, with Mahomes, Hunt, Schwartz and some others (including high priced guys like Watkins, Schwartz, Houston) hitting free agency, that may be a different story. Guess then the team will have to rebuild. But 2018 - 2019 - 2020 ... that's a three year window when they should be able to compete with the top of the crop.
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