All Is Right In the NFL: Chiefs – 2016 AFC West Champs

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Frank Leggio is an operations director living in the Columbus, OH area.He has two sons and a couple of Beagles.He was born in Germany, went to high school in KS and college in CO.
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Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet   All Is Right In the NFL: Chiefs – 2016 AFC West Champs by Frank Leggio This was another fun game to watch. The San Diego Chargers put up a good fight and showed they have some talent. It is unfortunate they had so many injuries this year. However, Philip Rivers did as I expected and produced a couple of interceptions, one in the endzone. That isn’t to say he lost the game for his team, as Kansas City played a strong game in all phases. There…

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Eric Berry: What He Brings To The Team

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Frank Leggio is an operations director living in the Columbus, OH area.He has two sons and a couple of Beagles.He was born in Germany, went to high school in KS and college in CO.
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Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet Eric Berry: What He Brings To The Team By Frank Leggio & Laddie Morse   After his performance in recent games, I started thinking about the value Eric Berry brings to the defensive backfield and the Kansas City Chiefs overall. As a result, I decided to team up with Laddie Morse to take a look at Berry and see if we can put this into perspective. We will be breaking this down into three sections; the numbers, his leadership, and relative comparisons to his player group.  …

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The Chiefs New Team Building Model

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet The Chiefs New Team Building Model   This is not your older brother’s Chiefs. That’s how quickly things have changed at One Arrowhead Way. One minute they’re talking about using the draft to develop and build a team for the long haul… and the next they’re signing everyone in sight and appear to be building to win immediately. It’s obvious, the Chiefs have a new team building model.   It’s fairly well known that through the first three drafts together Andy Reid and John Dorsey have kept…

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Give Peace, and Dee Ford, a Chance

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet Give Peace, and Dee Ford, a Chance We’re spoiled. How could we not be? The early 2000s were rough if you’re into defense like I am. Then along comes Jared Allen in 2004 and we got our hopes up that the team would have a dynamic sack attacker. Tamba Hali arrived in 2006 and gave us more hope that the defense would be able to get to the quarterback with he and Jared Allen doing their best impressions of the 1990s in the form of Derrick Thomas…

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Chiefs: Berry On Berry

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet I sat down to transcribe Eric Berry’s media interview yesterday. Let me know what you think.   How’s it feel to be back?   “Amazing. It’s good to  see everybody. Seeing all my coaches..  all my teammates… you know it’s wonderful to be back in the building…”   How tough was it to stay away (from camp)?   “It was tough man. Just because man… I love my teammates. I wouldn’t trade them for anything. There was a part of me during the… struggle and everything man,…

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Chicago Bears Match-up Plus Game Thread

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet First, consider the Chicago Bears draft. The Bears had a really good draft in 2016 so take a look:   1st  Rnd: Leonard Floyd, outside linebacker 2nd Rnd: Cody Whitehair, guard 3rd Rnd: Jonathan Bullard, defensive lineman 4th Rnd: Nick Kwiatkoski, linebacker 5th Rnd: Jordan Howard, running back 6th Rnd: DeAndre Houston-Carson, safety   While first round OLB Leonard Floyd probably won’t be getting many snaps this season, Guard Cody Whitehair looks to start at left guard for the Bears this year. I recall scouting a few…

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The Annual Crystal Ball Game

Follow @arrowhead_one Tweet I noticed this pattern better than a year ago: that Kansas City Chiefs like to use the 3rd game of the preseason to test-pilot their regular season lineup by playing their starters well into the third quarter. I’ve seen where NFL.com tabs this game as a “Dress Rehearsal” but a year ago, while writing for ArrowheadAddict, I coined this, “The Crystal Ball Game.” While there’s been a lot of talk recently about the need for fans to not over-react to the outcome or quality of preseason games,…

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