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Author: Jon Kuzma
Damien Williams has decided to opt out of the 2020 season. And that means the Chiefs will have to start Clyde Edwards-Helaire. To be honest it felt like Edwards-Helaire was going to win the job anyway. Because he carried the LSU Tigers and that team went on to win the National Championship. Which means the Chiefs could be even better than last year. Especially since it appears that they’ll be better at the running back position. Edwards-Helaire can break defenders down in one-on-one situations. He can spin out of tackles, and jump cut all over the field. Plus he’s able to catch the football out of the backfield. That’s what Andy Reid had when Kareem Hunt was starting to flourish in a similar role. By drafting Edwards-Helaire Kansas City can get back to doing those things. And that makes them even more dangerous because they’re already deep at every position.
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