Kansas City was a must watch team all year. They were also a must watch team in the news with a busy offseason that began the week of the Super Bowl. They reached many highs during the season but they also had several low points, unfortunately, both on and off the field. All in all the Chiefs had a very entertaining year start to finish.
As we approach the 2019 NFL Scouting Combine, many people are enthralled in the top 40-yard dash times. I’m here to tell you not to be deceived by the top 40 times. When it comes to players who ran the fastest 40-yard dash in Combine history, many of them had unsuccessful careers. We’re going to take a look at the top 10 fastest 40-yard dash times in Combine history.
Let’s talk about the wonderful tale that is happening in Kansas City in the form of the Chiefs. You can’t say Kansas City without saying Patrick Mahomes, kind of like back in 2015 when you couldn’t say Kansas City without saying Salvador Perez.
The Kansas City Chiefs were a streaky team last year. Although they finished 10-6, they were bounced out of the playoffs in a tough loss to the Titans. Can they find some stability this season with all the new faces in town?
One of the common expressions of the fantasy football offseason is “that guy is on my ‘do not draft list.’” And while some people stick to that list no matter what, there are others who stray from it. For those people that list isn’t a hard and fast rule. Rather, it’s a guideline for who to avoid at their current costs. In other words, it’s not really a “do not draft list.” It’s more of a “do not draft this player at their average draft position (ADP)” list. Sure it’s longer, but it’s a better way to approach fantasy football.