Oct 20, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith (27) and wide receivers Dwayne Bowe (82) and Donnie Avery (17) celebrate with fans after the game against the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs won 17-16. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

AA Sunday Review: Final Week Of Kansas City Chiefs OTAs


Every Sunday morning we do our best to catch you up on everything you may have missed during the week in a series we like to call AA Sunday Review. Here’s some of the best stuff from the past week about your Kansas City Chiefs.

MONDAY: How Much Production Do The Chiefs Need At Wide Receiver? by Lyle Graversen

Going into the draft most fans and draft pundits all had WR at the top of KC’s “needs” list. The perception is that the Chiefs did not get much production from the position last season and did little to address the position in the draft and free agency.

Assessing Alex Smith’s Targets by Drew Clark

TUESDAY: Is Wide Receiver Help On The Way? by Stacy Smith

For now, let’s do some early-summer speculation about which receivers (currently unrestricted or possible camp casualties) might be a good fit for Andy Reid’s offense in Kansas City. The list is short, but here are a couple of players who could make sense for the Chiefs.

Top Five Kansas City Chiefs Quarterbacks by Nick Floyd

WEDNESDAY: Cruising The West Coast, Kansas City Style by Laddie Morse

The Chiefs west coast is a sight to behold as well and when we last checked in it was producing 44 points and 513 yards of total offense without the services of their best player, running back Jamaal Charles.

The Chiefs Defense Will Win Playoff Games by Austin Pitts

FRIDAY: Can The Chiefs Win In The Playoffs With Its Wide Receivers? by Nicholas Clayton

The Kansas City Chiefs have no chance of making serious noise in the AFC and going deep into the playoffs with its current group of wide receivers.

Right?

That’s what the national media and pundit class seem to think.

SATURDAY: The Problem With Jamaal Charles by Laddie Morse

The problem with Jamaal Charles can’t be stated in one short sweet sentence but, I’ll give it a try… here goes: Jamaal Charles is too good.

Thanks for reading, Addicts!

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  • micah stephenson

    I wonder what the “REAL” depth chart looks like for our cbs now. Is S.Smith or M.Cooper the #1 now? Where does Gains fit in at? Will S.Commings play cb or safety? Where will Parker and the and the Van Dikes fit in? Hmmm

    • area

      The front office is definitely gambling with this next season. EB and Abdullah better have good shoes because they need to be everywhere this next year.