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We’re onto #54 in our greatest Kansas City Chiefs series and I have a feeling I already know who is going to win. Amidst a plethora of linebackers who have worn #54 for the Chiefs, one offensive lineman stands out.

And not just because of his play on the field.

But first, let’s review the other nine players Wholesale Kansas City Chiefs Jerseys who have worn #54 for the Kansas City Chiefs…

LB Walker Lee Ashley (1989)

Ashley was mainly a Minnesota Viking in his NFL career but he did stop by in KC for one season. He nabbed one interception in 15 starts during the ’89 season.

LB Tim Cofield (1986-88)

Cofield spent three seasons in Kansas City as an outside linebacker, racking up some decent stats in that time. Cofield started 35 Cheap Brian Waters Jersey of the 43 games he played in for the Chiefs and totaled 8.5 sacks. His rookie year in ’86 was especially good – he had 5 sacks that season alone.

LB Greg Favors (1998)

Favors was a fourth round pick out of Mississippi St. but only lasted one season for the Chiefs. He started four games and had two sacks.

LB Ted Greene (1960-62)

Ted Greene wasn’t a Kansas City Chief – he was a Dallas Texan. Coming out of Tampa, Greene had four sacks and only played three seasons of professional football. You old timers out there, chime in with more on Greene.

C Mike Hudock (1967)

Hudock was an original AFL member, playing for the New York Titans/Jets and Green Bay Packers. He came to the Chiefs only for four games once KC’s center went down with an injury. H

LB Frank Manumaleuga (1979-81)

Manumaleuga was a fourth round pick by the Chiefs in the 1979 draft. He started 17 out of the 35 games he played in as a Chief, catching Cheap Tracy Simien Jersey 6 INTs in the process. He did not play football after his time in KC.

LB Tracy Simien (1991-97)

Another favorite of my childhood, Tracy Simien played for a few different NFL teams but the bulk of his career was played in Kansas City. Never a Pro Bowler or household name, Simien was a very consistent middle linebacker for the Chiefs in the 1990s. He played in 109 games for the Chiefs, starting 85 of them.

LB James Walker (1983)

Walker was a linebacker out of Kansas State who only played three games for the Chiefs. He was later arrested in connection with a drug sting.

G Brian Waters (2000-10)

Let’s face it: Brian Waters is our winner today. An undrafted free agent who became a 5 time Pro Bowler and two-time All Pro selection?

Just vote Brian Waters and we’ll be done.

LB Clyde Werner (1970-74, ’76)

Werner was a second round pick by the Chiefs and ended up being mainly a special teams guy for KC.

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Last spring, the Bears actually signed two former Chiefs players in an attempt to bolster the secondary with defensive players on the open market. They signed Demps and Marcus Cooper to be two of four starters in the team’s base Cheap Quintin Demps Jersey pass defense, but both players struggled to stay on the field. For Demps, it was an unfortunate broken forearm in Week 3 that led the Bears to place him on injured reserve, ending his regular season after just a couple games.

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Demp played for the Chiefs in 2013 as one of John Dorsey’s first of several reclamation projects at the position. Over the years, Dorsey was always able to find value at safety on the cheap, including Demps, Tyvon Branch, Kelcie McCray, Dan Sorensen, Ron Parker and Husain Abdullah. Demps played in all 16 games for the Chiefs that year and had 4 interceptions and 10 passes defended.

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Very little went right for the Kansas City Chiefs in this game. If you told anyone before the games that the Chiefs wouldn’t even score a touchdown, well, they probably would have scoffed in your face. They went down swinging and didn’t give up on each other, but in the end, it wasn’t enough to pull out a victory.

Credit to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, they had a great gameplan on both sides of the ball and executed it to perfection. In the end, they were able to claim a 31-9 victory over Kansas City.

Weekly Awards

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Chiefs Wire Game Ball: QB Patrick Mahomes
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Wesley Roesch Stat of the Game: 11 penalties for 120 yards.

Quick-hitting analysis

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The start to this game felt pretty even-keeled. Both defenses managed to shut out the opposing offenses the first time around. It looked like it was going to be a fairly tight game, but things quickly spiraled out of control for Kansas City.
The run defense really only looked good at one point during this game and that was the fourth-down goal-line stand. There were numerous runs of double-digit yardage moving the sticks for the Buccaneers. That made things way-too-easy for Tom Brady because the defense really had to key in on the run game. It opened up the play-action passing game and had the Chiefs defense playing on their heels for the majority of the game.
Brady knows how to find a defensive weakness and exploit it better than any quarterback in the game right now. He did that with the Chiefs, moving the sticks three times throwing the ball to Leonard Fournette matched up with Cheap Ben Niemann Jersey in coverage. It has long been the biggest weakness for Kansas City, but few teams have exploited it this season. Brady did.
The offensive line was overmatched basically the entire game. Cheap Patrick Mahomes Jersey made them look better than they were at times, working his way out of pressure on a number of occasions. In the final stat-sheet, they only surrendered 3 sacks, but it probably should have been ten. Really, Shaq Barrett was just defeating the blocks from Cheap Andrew Wylie Jersey and Cheap Mike Remmers Jersey far too quickly. It didn’t allow for Mahomes to scan the field and for the deep and intermediate routes to develop. He was basically on the run immediately after the ball was snapped on every play.
Penalties were a massive problem defensively and as soon as the officials started calling them, the team started playing very tentatively. By the time they seemed to get their mojo back, the Bucs could simply lean on the run game.
The coaching could have been much better in this game for the Chiefs. On defense, they had no answer for Rob Gronkowski and the running back group. On offense, they struggled to get any sort of rhythm going because of the offensive line play. There weren’t many adjustments made and they probably could have gone to a no-huddle offense much sooner.
Mahomes deserves just so much credit for his performance. Box-score watchers will play it off as if he didn’t have a good game, but he was truly remarkable. He did so much to try and will this team to victory, there was just too much adversity to overcome. He was throwing prayers up while being tackled to the ground and nearly making them happen.
How the Chiefs manage to bounce back from this Super Bowl loss in 2021 will tell us a lot about their future. They can rise to the occasion and use this loss to motivate the team to future success or they can continue to spiral. They get to choose how they respond to it.

What’s next?

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The 2021 NFL offseason is here for the Chiefs. That means it’s general manager Brett Veach’s time to shine. He’ll begin to enact his plans ahead of free agency and the 2021 NFL draft in order to construct the best possible team for next season. After watching Super Bowl LV, I’d suggest he start on the offensive and defensive line.