The continuing evolution of this offense has to be at the top of Reid’s offseason list of priorities if he’s serious about his squad being a viable Super Bowl contender in 2016. Third down and red zone situations make or break the best offenses and it’s obvious there’s still plenty of room for growth in Kansas City. Can Andy Reid, Brad Childress and Matt Nagy help this bunch become a more efficient offense? Time will tell.
Are you comfortable with the new marching orders for Kansas City’s offensive staff (with twin offensive coordinators)? Will 2016 be the year that Andy Reid gets third down inefficiency under control? Is clock management another factor inhibiting the potential of this offensive group? Use the comment section below to weigh in on the discussion. As always, we appreciate your readership and support.
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