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Author: Jon Kuzma
The Kansas City Chiefs know they have to keep improving their team to stay ahead of the pack. And there’s already been plenty of speculation that the Chiefs will sign Le’Veon Bell. Of course Kansas City also has Clyde Edwards-Helaire who’s been having an outstanding rookie season. But it’s all about going into the playoffs with as much firepower as possible. And If there’s any coach that can get most out of Bell’s abilities, it’s Andy Reid. Right now the Chief’s offensive system is on another level. They have so many different ways to get a player involved. For Bell that means using him as a receiver out of the backfield. Reid can draw up screen passes and halfback wheel routes to help Bell get back to the player he once was. It’ll also help Kansas City because Edwards-Helaire and Bell are both excellent pass catchers. That means there won’t be any drop off if Edwards-Helaire comes off the field. Not to mention this team as a whole would feel a lot better knowing they have Le’Veon Bell. Signing him would be a huge morale boost for a group that’s hoping to keep their edge.
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