In the fourth part of my power ranking series for the Kansas City Chiefs, I will be concentrating on the guys that do all the grunt work at the line of scrimmage.
That’s right, I’m talking about the offensive linemen. The guys that don’t accumulate any stats from game to game, but their impact is still felt whether it’s illustrated in the box score or not. Without any further ado, I give you the best 10 guards, tackles and centers that have ever played for Chiefs kingdom.
Wiegmann was a mainstay along the Kansas City offensive line for nine seasons, which included two different stints with the Chiefs. Although he never made a Pro Bowl with the team, the Parkersburg, Iowa native started every game of those nine years in red and gold except for one, making him one of the most durable centers to ever play for the team.
Wiegmann also played for the Bears and Broncos during his long NFL career, but finished it on a high note as he played his last two season in Kansas City. Although he was very undersized for his day at just 6-foot-2 and 285 pounds, Wiegmann still was able to have much success in the league due to his strong technique and work ethic that he displayed.