Spread Game Analyst/Special Projects Coach Brad Childress was asked about his unusual job title and what he actually does for the Kansas City Chiefs.
“I think, number one, trends around the league – what people are doing. I do some advance work. For instance, in our short week against Philadelphia, coach [Reid] said, ‘Why don’t you get a jump on them?’ Because we weren’t going to have much time. We came right back in Monday and practiced with the guys. I could be looking at somebody who’s underperforming, or over performing – if you will – why they’re having their successes. John Dorsey may give me some quarterbacks to look at, which he did when I first came in here, some wide receivers to look at, grade. It’s a little bit of everything, it’s a hodgepodge.”
The fact that Andy Reid has brought in so many smart football minds to work with him is a testament to why this 2-14 team is able to 9-0 heading into their bye week.