The ‘15 Chiefs Potpourri: A realm of aromas

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Sep 13, 2015; Houston, TX, USA; Kansas City Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters (22) cannot make an interception over Houston Texans wide receiver Keith Mumphery (12) during the game at NRG Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

Jasmine, Bacon and Barbecue

What are your three favorite smells? I’d like to add Marcus Peters to my list.

Marcus Peters has been everything and more then advertised since he arrived in K.C.. While general manager John Dorsey is still waiting for his other first round investments to mature, his first round choice in 2015 has already paid dividends.

But this is not about John Dorsey. This is about the skills, thrills and wills of Marcus Peters. I can see Peters becoming the Chiefs number one corner as soon as 2016. If he continues to progress I can see him taking over as one of the best corners in the league by year three. And… he’s doing and saying all the right things.

The supposed attitude “problem” that he had at Washington appears to be someone else’s problem and the Kansas City Chiefs are reaping the rewards.

Smell wise… “How sweet he is!”