Kansas City Chiefs: Visual Breakdown & Analysis of Bob Sutton’s 3-4 Defense

September 14, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Off the top of your head, which offseason acquisition was the most critical for the Kansas City Chiefs? Andy Reid? John Dorsey? Alex Smith? 
The lion's share of Arrowhead aficionados could make solid cases for each respective answer. 
Reid crashed the local pity party like a walrus-whiskered Kool-Aid Man and directed Extreme Makeover: Arrowhead Edition. At the end of the day, he's the trigger man who greenlights or vetoes every major decision. 
Throughout 2013's limited action, the Chiefs' starting lineups have performed infinitely better than their counterparts in last year's season-long slump—a sizable chunk of the credit is attributed to Dorsey. Kansas City's general manager has meticulously scouted talent that, thus far, has snugly fit into Reid's 53-piece puzzle. 
As for Smith? He isn't the best quarterback in the league, but he's more than a run-of-the-mill game manager. His predecessor, Matt Cassel, avoided tossing an intercepti...

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