The Kansas City Chiefs offensive success is good for business
By Matt Conner
If an offense is able to generate great numbers, then that means the quarterback was given time to complete those passes and the running back was handed lanes to select. A strong offense bodes well for an offensive line to receive their due, and no single member on the Chiefs o-line deserves the spotlight as much as Mitchell Schwartz.
Schwartz has been named to two second-team All Pro units in his career, but he’s never once made the Pro Bowl. As one of the best right tackles in the game, he’s an ironman, a strong team leader, a reliably great performer and the Chiefs even got him for a song. It was the perfect signing to seal up the right side for what should be a half decade or even more.
During his tenure in K.C., Schwartz deserves at least one Pro Bowl nod (and hopefully more) and a high-octane offense should bring the attention he deserves as long as he maintains his current level of play.
So what do you think Chiefs Kingdom? Anyone that we’re missing here? Do you agree or disagree? Sound off in the comments.