The Kansas City Chiefs are back at practice after taking the weekend off, and it appears there will be a change to the starting lineup come Monday night. Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star reported that Eric Fisher was back at right tackle during the practice, in day in which all Chiefs players were practicing, including Donald Stephenson.
After watching Jah Reid play the first two weeks of the season, Fisher needs to get back on the field. While Reid did the best he could against J.J. Watt and Von Miller, he allowed a ton of pressures that broke down numerous plays. Somewhat shockingly, the rest of the offensive line has actually played very well. Also, it is great news that Stephenson is back at practice so quickly. Stephenson had been dealing with a finger injury going into Week 2 and then had his leg rolled up in against the Denver Broncos on Thursday night. With Stephenson back, Kansas City might have a legitimate line for the first time all season. Another note is head coach Andy Reid, who spoke to the media on Monday and talked about moving forward, per Herbie Teope of Chiefs Digest.
It’s now Week 3, so the time is now to move on. Kansas City is a very good, healthy team in a conference without a superpower. The Chiefs begin to focus on the Packers now.