Thomas Jones and Dexter McCluster Help Kansas City Chiefs’ Offense Go

June 7, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

With the majority of pieces in place, fans can begin to discern what portrait the puzzle makes. 
Some key off-season acquisitions are sure to change the makeup of Kansas City’s offense.  There are two in particular that fans will get to know very quickly.   
Acquisition 1: Dexter McCluster
The most appealing thing about McCluster, his versatility, can also cause him to get lost in the shuffle. 
He reminds me of the Dick Vermeil/Al Saunders offense that drafted Kris Wilson, an undefined H-Back/fullback/tight end hybrid.  Wilson is a very different athlete than McCluster, but the offense saw him as a dynamic player to be incorporated into an offense unconventionally. 
With the retirement of Vermeil and departure of Saunders, Wilson proved an expendable commodity who has since faded into relative anonymity.  Some fans and critics of the Kansas City draft fear a similar fate for McCluster.

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