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According to the Kansas City Star, the Chiefs are planning for running backs Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis to touch the ball a combined 500 times this season. This makes a lot of sense because they have a strong run blocking offensive line and defense and their quarterback has major limitations as a passer. In addition, the last time they won the division, in 2010, they did it by giving Jamaal Charles and Thomas Jones a combined 539 touches, leading the league in rushing and making life much easier for Cassel, who responded with 27 touchdowns to 7 interceptions.
Charles is expected to get the bulk of the touches and could see up to 300 touches, assuming he’s fully recovered from ACL surgery. I project him to rush for 1250 yards on 250 carries, catch 40 passes for 320 yards, and total 8 touchdowns. As for Peyton Hills, I have him at 170 carries for 765 yards, 30 catches for 220 yards, and 8 total touchdowns. Both should be fairly high fantasy picks. My fantasy football rankings wi...
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Head coach Romeo Crennel starts his first full season for the Kansas City Chiefs this season. Crennel is known for his defenses and looks to employ a new offensive philosophy this season, running the ball. KansasCity.com reports that Crennel wants to get running backs Jamaal Charles and Peyton Hillis 500 carries this season. As an entire team last year, the Chiefs carried the ball...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter via ArrowheadPride.com, the Kansas City Chiefs and first round pick Dontari Poe are “not close” to getting a deal done.
“Chiefs and Dontari Poe, the 11th overall pick, right now are not close,” said Schefter, via ArrowheadPride.com. ”The next 24 hours are said to be critical to getting a deal done and typically both sides...
In an interview with GoVolsXtra.com, Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry indicated that his knee is good and he was able to do some drills with players from the University of Tennessee football team.
“I’m good,” Berry said when asked about his knee Friday. “I actually had the privilege to go out (Thursday) and do one-on-ones with guys on the (UT) team. It was...
Take a look back at the roster the Chiefs trotted out for their season finale last year, and then slide it up next to the roster they're expected to field this season.
There may be no team in the NFL that will enjoy such an influx of talented players.
Of course, most of them aren't really newcomers. It just feels that way.
All-Pro running back Jamaal Charles will be back...
Chiefs defensive back Donald Washington has joined what is sadly a large group of players, becoming one of 30 NFL players arrested this offseason. Washington was ticketed for driving under the influence of drugs, possession of marijuana, speeding, and driving without a license (that’s what we call a grand slam). Already on the roster bubble as a depth cornerback and safety, this...
According to ProFootbakllWeekly.com, one NFL observer told them that they expect Kansas City Chiefs second year receiver Jonathan Baldwin to have a big year in 2012.
“The immaturity was a problem in college, and I figured it would hurt him as a rookie,” the observer said, per PFW. “But that freakish ability is going to be a factor at some point soon, you’d have to...
As we count down the final days before the Kansas City Chiefs begin training camp in St. Joseph, here are four players who could exceed expectations in August.
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