Welcome to our weekly rundown of AA content focused on Chiefs news and analysis heading into Week 11.
Welcome to our first ever Arrowhead Addict Weekly Review filled with all the news and analysis you might have missed over the last week from our list of insightful contributors. Despite the bye week, the Chiefs have been busy this week making roster changes—from injuries to additions—and there’s the whole thing known as Raiders Week that we’ve had to prepare for as well.
Here’s a rundown of the best of what AA had to offer readers this week. This should help you catch up and get ready for Sunday night’s big game.
The Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio decided to present Laurent Duvernay-Tardif’s medical outfit as a part of the story of a wild 2020 season.
Both Andy Reid and Brett Veach reached terms on five-year extensions, which means the stage has been set for a Chiefs dynasty, says Stephen Dudas.
Speaking of cornerbacks, Bashaud Breeland is on his third straight cheap one-year deal. It likely won’t stay that way this spring for the veteran.
The Chiefs signed young cornerback Deandre Baker to the practice squad, so we took a look back at what scouts were saying a year ago.
Ellen Mathis took us on her weekly tour of the AFC West with her signature wit and insight.
The Chiefs are reportedly bringing back a familiar face to help bolster the line.
Lyle Graversen took a closer look at the Chiefs’ reasons to remain confident coming out of their bye week.
With the Raiders waiting to host the Chiefs on Sunday night, Jordan Mannix took a great look back at the biggest games in the storied rivalry.
Former Chiefs lineman Jeff Allen joined the AA podcast this week for a look ahead to Week 11.
Travis Steffen dove into Sunday’s matchup to detail why it’s a bigger game than you might believe.
Byron Smith counts down the Chiefs’ remaining games and ranks them according to toughness.
We had a couple film studies this week from Travis Steffen and they’re always worth a deep dive. This one shares the overlooked value of Rashad Fenton in the secondary.
A look ahead to the 2021 NFL Draft begins with this rundown of offensive line prospects who could be a good fit for Andy Reid’s offense.