Offseason Chiefs chatter: Assessing team needs
The Super Bowl hasn’t been played yet so the time for free agency chatter is still a bit premature. Although, with the team likely doing it’s year-end wrap up on the 2016 season, now is a perfect time to assess the needs of the team in the blogosphere. This is likely the strongest 53-man roster the organization has boasted since the Dick Vermeil era at Arrowhead. There are few, if any, glaring holes in Kansas City’s player personnel. Team general manager John Dorsey has done a fantastic job of overhauling the talent at One Arrowhead Drive.
No team is perfect, though, and the Chiefs are no exception. Though scarce, there are spots where the Chiefs could stand more depth or a clear upgrade among their starters. Today, we’ll take a look at the weakest position groups on the roster and determine which of them might warrant an influx of talent. I’ll give you fair warning — you may be surprised which positions I’ve chosen.
If all hearts and minds are clear…