Going to school at Georgia gave Kansas City third-round pick Justin Houston a head start when it comes to learning the Chiefs’ defense.
Baltimore was hoping to take UCLA safety Rahim Moore, who was taken by Denver with the No. 36 pick. The Broncos should be excited by that fact. The Ravens recognize defensive talent as well as any team in the NFL. If Baltimore liked Moore, he’s probably the goods.
Here at the AFC West blog, we’ve examined the Richard Seymour trade numerous times. Now, they’re they’re looking at it at the AFC East blog. It’s interesting to see it from another perspective.
The AFC West should return to form in 2011 following a surprising 2010 season, provided there is a season to play.
Call it a hunch, but the Kansas City Chiefs are going to have a difficult time repeating as division champions. Heck, they’re going to have a difficult time staying out of the AFC West basement.
Forget who is on the roster, the Chiefs’ offense will be missing one of their biggest components next season in departed coordinator Charlie Weis.
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