Kansas City Chiefs: An Offensive Line Analysis

March 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the addition of what should be two new starters, I thought I would give you a few facts that the public is not aware of, along with some personal reflection on my part.
The Chiefs have made some positive moves this past week, but the team knows a lot more has to be done. They need a right tackle and depth.
I thought I would expand a bit and give some statistics you will rarely see anywhere.
First of all, this OL was bad last year, but that's in the past.
Lets look at the starters at this point.
Albert did not have the greatest of seasons in this year's rankings. His overall ranking was in the bottom 20 percent among offensive tackles in the league. He gave up seven sacks and 18 QB pressures playing left tackle. He was also guilty of being called for 13 penalties—that was more than any tackle in football.
I think a lot of the problem with Albert was that he played hurt. He started the year injured bu...

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