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On Today’s Show:  

  • Mahomes progression to this point
  • Tyreek Hill can be Antonio Brown
  • Explosive effect on Kareem Hunt
  • How Mahomes will evolve vs 2018 defenses
  • Watkins dynamic with Mahomes and Hill
  • Hero Balls are the concern

 

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  1. Charlie Rogers

    August 3, 2018 at 9:49 am

    Although I agree with Brett this will be an explosive offense and overall they are going to push the ball downfield more this season, I also think we are going to see a LOT of screens and RPOs at least early in the season. Andy wants to get Mahomes comfortable and see the ball in the receivers’ hands, and Mahomes ran a TON of screens and RPOs in college. Additionally they have weapons that can be very effective after the catch, so even those plays can be productive offensively.

    • Ryan Tracy

      Ryan Tracy

      August 3, 2018 at 1:04 pm

      I agree. the screen game, in particular, will be an aspect I am tracking all season. the RPO is useful, but I don’t want to see it used too often.

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