Chiefs Release Depth Chart


The Kansas City Chiefs have released their first depth chart for the 2012 regular season.

Here is how things look heading into the first matchup of the year vs. the Atlanta Falcons.


WR Steve Breaston, Jon Baldwin, Devon Wylie

LT Branden Albert, Donald Stephenson

LG Ryan Lilja, Jeff Allen

C Rodney Hudson

RG Jon Asamoah

RT Eric Winston

TE Kevin Boss, Tony Moeaki, Steve Maneri, Jake O’Connell

WR Dwayne Bowe, Dexter McCluster, Terrance Copper

QB Matt Cassel, Brady Quinn, Ricky Stanzi

RB Jamaal Charles, Shaun Draughn, Cyrus Gray

RB: Peyton Hillis, Nate Eachus


RDE Glenn Dorsey

NT Anthony Toribio, Dontari Poe, Jerrell Powe

LDE Tyson Jackson, Ropati Pitoitua, Allen Bailey

ROLB Andy Studebaker, Edgar Jones

RILB Derrick Johnson, Cory Greenwood

LILB Jovan Belcher, Brandon Siler

LOLB Justin Houston, Brandon Siler

RCB Stanford Routt, Javier Arenas

LCB Brandon Flowers, Jalil Brown, Jacques Reeves

FS Kendrick Lewis, Travis Daniels, Tysyn Hartman

SS Eric Berry, Abram Elam


P Dustin Colquitt

K Ryan Succop

KO Ryan Succop

PC Thomas Gafford, Cory Greenwood, Andy Studebaker

KC Thomas Gafford, Cory Greenwood, Andy Studebaker

H Dustin Colquitt, Brady Quinn, Ricky Stanzi

PR Javier Arenas, Dexter McCluster, Devon Wylie

KR Javier Arenas, Dexter McCluster, Devon Wylie

The most interesting thing here, is the RB position. The Chiefs have two groups of running backs, something I have never seen before. Group one features Jammal Charles, Shaun Draughn and Cyrus Gray, while group two shows Peyton Hillis and Nate Eachus.

There are also no FBs listed.

Clearly the Chiefs view Hillis and Eachus as FB options. This makes sense. Hillis has played full back and Eachus stepped up and played a little FB in the preseason.

The fact of the matter is, the Chiefs probably don’t plan on using a traditional FB very often. They may often line up with Hilliis in the FB position and Charles behind him but make no mistake, both of these guys are running backs. The same goes for Eachus.

The other notable move here is Jonathan Baldwin is listed behind Steve Breaston. Still, I think when all is said and done, Baldwin will out-perform Breston this season.

Lastly, Dwayne Bowe has regained his starting WR slot.

What do you think Addicts? Are you surprised by KCs unique double RB depth chart?