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Healthy Choices For The Chiefs

LAS VEGAS - MARCH 11:  Members of the Utah Utes cheerleaders perform during the team's quarterfinal game against the UNLV Rebels during the Conoco Mountain West Conference Basketball tournament at the Thomas & Mack Center March 11, 2010 in Las Vegas, Nevada. UNLV won 73-61.  (Photo by Ethan Miller/Getty Images)
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charles williamsContributor IMarch 13, 2010

Last year I knew the Chiefs had a plan to fix our O-line, protect the qb' and run the ball. I hear the plan is "run the ball, protect the quarterback. For the teams with a legitimate shot at the playoffs, the mantra is run the ball, stop the run, protect the quarterback, get to the quarterback. I don't believe many Chiefs fans expected that. It was hard watching all of the franchise left tackles come off the board. Well, our QB survived the obscenity called a line and I feel certain he is really interested in who we draft this year. It truly is not the case that I'd worry Matt but, this year presents some opportunities that weren't there a year ago. To make it short, it would be sweet drafting a corner who could take away half of the field. Safeties abound. A tackle in the second with the first of our picks, starts to address the deficiencies along the line. We really must do something about that side of the ball and I'm crossing my eyes even.

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