Good morning, Addicts! It’s a beautiful Sunday and with each passing one, we are getting closer to the real Sunday. The kind where we can all put on our jerseys and sit in front of the television whether at a bar or in the living room, watching the Kansas City Chiefs thrash some fools. With that in mind, here is the latest news from around the web.
Justin Houston believes K.C. pass rush is tops – Hayes Rule of The Ledger-Enquirer
"Houston and teammate Tamba Hali, who plays on the opposite side of Houston on the Chiefs’ defensive line, anchor one of the league’s best defenses with dominant pressure on opposing teams’ quarterbacks. In Houston’s mind, he and Hali make up the best pass-rushing duo in the NFL."
Is Jeremy Maclin the answer for the Chiefs? – Evan Massey of This Given Sunday
"Maclin ended up catching 85 passes for 1,318 yards and 10 touchdowns throughout the course of the 2014 season, and he has a big role ahead of him in Kansas City. He’ll be asked to step up and be a playmaking number one receiver for quarterback Alex Smith, and is hoping to help turn the position around for the Chiefs. Can he be the answer for the Chiefs at wide receiver?"
Cairo Santos vs. his peers – Gary McKenzie of Pro Football Spot
"Cairo Santos was simply middle of the pack against his peers. This doesn’t mean the end of the world for Santos, but he definitely needs to improve upon his overall field goal percentage of 83.3%. There have been a number of very successful kickers who started their careers with roughly the same percentage, and there have been a number of poor kickers who started with roughly the same percentage as well."