Your February 10th, 2019 News
On Friday, it seemed highly likely that Matt House would leave the Kentucky Wildcats to join the Chiefs in the NFL ranks. However, the winds are starting to blow back in Kentucky’s favor. Matt Jones of Kentucky Sports Radio is reporting that it is now likely that House will remain at Kentucky as the defensive coordinator.
Kentucky screwed everybody, apparently. We must now hate them now
The Patriots have lost defensive line coach Brendan Daly, according to a report from Jim McBride of the Boston Globe. Daly will reportedly take a new position with the Kansas City Chiefs and reunite with former boss Steve Spagunolo. Spagnuolo recently became the Chiefs’ new defensive coordinator, 10 years after hiring Daly to be his defensive line coach upon taking over the St. Louis Rams in 2009
After earning overall grades under 64.0 in each of the first four seasons of his NFL career, Kansas City Chiefs’ Dee Ford turned in a career-high 87.7 overall grade in 2018. He also improved his career-high pass-rush grade from 65.9 (2016) to 91.1 (2018).
The NFL.com columnist recently listed the teams with the biggest Super Bowl window in the National Football League, and Schein believes the Chiefs have it best right now for obvious reasons (that all start with Patrick Mahomes). Not only do the Chiefs have one of the best quarterbacks in the game (if not thebest) in Mahomes, a winner of the NFL’s MVP award at the age of 23, but they have him in the middle of his rookie deal. They’re paying pennies on the dollar for elite production at the single most important position in the game. It’s a general manager’s dream come true.
Ron Wolf, former general manager of the Green Bay Packers, was famous for wanting to pick a new quarterback every single year in the draft. You simply never know what you can uncover or what you will need at the central position in the game. Bill Belichick has embodied this same idea by drafting a new young quarterback every few seasons to sit behind Tom Brady. While Brady is the starter, Belichick is clearly not content to rely on Brady to stay healthy. He’s sunk several early round picks into players like Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett, allowing the team to feel good about any potential injury to Brady and hold valuable trade assets on the bench.
Mock draft season is in full swing now that the Super Bowl is in the rear view mirror, and this week we’ve got an interesting collection of different mock draft results for the Kansas City Chiefs. Across the board, draft analysts are projecting the Chiefs to go for defense in Round 1, but there’s a wide variety of ways they’re going about doing it. Two analysts have the Chiefs trading up in Round 1 to grab a cornerback of choice. Those who have the Chiefs staying put at 29th overall have them looking mostly for help at corner or safety with an occasional pick on the defensive line or linebacker.
Making a lot of those decisions is Dwight Tiller, who is known at One City Café as “Chef D.” He was hired to produce nutritious meals Monday through Friday for 140 to 160 people. His former job: line cook at Aramark feeding Kansas City Chiefs players and coaches at their practice facility.
- 1 Rack Baby Back Ribs
- Meat Mitch Whomp Rub (1)
- Meat Mitch Steer Rub
- Meat Mitch Whomp Sauce
- Brown Sugar
- 2 tbsp Butter, melted
- Apple Cider Vinegar
- Yellow Mustard