Kansas City Chiefs Offensive Preview & Predictions



Kansas City Chiefs

The era of Patrick Mahomes was officially started in 14th March wat the start of 2018 league. The Chiefs sent Alex Smith quarterback to Washington in the argument for cornerback Fuller Kendall and third-round 2018 pick.

In some ways, the inevitable conclusion provides a high cap number to Smith after trading the picks of initial two rounds to Buffalo for an opportunity to draft and move up Mahomes last spring. For one franchise that made the playoffs almost three times from 1998 to 2012 and touched the postseason in 4 of 5 years of Smith, it is a risk.

It is particularly risky because the defense Kansas Chiefs was terrible last season and before cornerback Peters Marcus (the best player) sent packing during offseason. It sounds a kind of pressure on offense and Mahomes to decrease the margin of error because Kansas City seeks 3rd straight West AFC Crown.


The excitement level of Tony room for the first game at the stadium of AT&T as a broadcaster instead of one player can bust open dome of Jerry Jones before halftime. One may do worse than to bet on this one with two explosive offenses. The Chiefs may come out on top with one late field goal of Harrison Butker. The popular pick on Chiefs is 34 – 31.

Offensive Preview

Turning the wheels over Mahomes can be a calculated risk. Andy Reid is the most gifted passer ever coached. The progress of Reid will be exciting to see to fit in the playing style of Mahomes that include several deep shots.

During one cameo as a starter in the previous year’s finale, Mahomes interestingly made a few titillating throws several other quarterbacks NFL can’t. He is apparently an elite talent, but his procedure of game at elite levels and limit revenues are difficult to predict at this moment.

Mahomes will have assistance. Tyreek Hill is the widest receiver and the fastest player in the league. The big right arm can be an idyllic target for the players of Mahomes. Hill is not a polished course runner, but he must get a chance to run under deep balls and show the sign of peace to dejected defenders.

He will be paired with Sammy Watkins (free-agent signee). Production of Watkins in the last 2 seasons is 44.5 yards and 2.9 catches in each game in his 23 appearances for the Rams and the Bills.



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