KANSAS CITY, Mo. New Chiefs head coach Andy Reid may have tipped his hand about what he plans to do about the team's woeful quarterback situation.
At his introductory press conference Monday at Arrowhead Stadium, Reid said, smiling, I've got to find that next Len Dawson, doggone it.
Truthfully, Chiefs fans would settle for far less than a Hall of Famer such as Dawson after suffering through the horrific play of the team's quarterbacks in 2012.
And so would Dawson, the team's radio game analyst.
I would settle for any (quarterback) who can help move the ball a little, Dawson told FOXSportsKansasCity.com. We couldn't move the ball (in 2012). We couldn't get first downs. It's not always the quarterback's fault but maybe that's a good place to start.
The quarterback position certainly will get Reid's attention early on in his tenure in Kansas City. He was asked about it three times at Monday's press conference.
Understandably, Reid wasn't comfortable making any sweeping analysis ...