Spencer Ware is a gem, folks. He’s evidence that John Dorsey has assembled one of the finest scouting departments in the NFL. He’s a budding star who’d likely be a highly-productive starter elsewhere in the league.
On Saturday afternoon, Ware was split out wide at one point in the game. His versatility is impressive, to say the least. He’s so good in fact, you almost forget that he shares a backfield with Jamaal Charles, Charcandrick West, Knile Davis and Darrin Reaves. His presence on this football team gives this offensive group another consistent playmaker to rely upon.
You’d be hard pressed to cite a better 1-2 punch than Charles and Ware will be in 2016. If someone could just convince Reid that Ware was the one-stop shop for all of his short-yardage situations, Ware would be the ultimate fantasy sleeper. He’s a gritty runner who always seems to churn out another yard or two after initial contact. It’s exciting to see him continue to grow as an NFL player. Kansas City is truly lucky to have him (and the man who brought him to town — Dorsey).
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