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The Tampa Bay Bucs beat up on the Kansas City Chiefs in the Super Bowl. It is what it is. The loss to old-man Tom Brady and the Buccaneers was more embarrassing and shocking than anyone would have believed prior to the game. The Chiefs were exposed for what they were this season: Top heavy.

While the Chiefs were excellent on the offensive side of the ball, it was through one phase and three players. In the passing game, the Chiefs were dominant with Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce on passes from Cheap Patrick Mahomes Jersey. While the thought of having Cheap Tyreek Hill Jersey, Cheap Travis Kelce Jersey, and Patrick Mahomes would prompt some teams to trade a century of draft classes, therein lies a fatal flaw in the way the Chiefs’ offense functioned.

Beyond offensive line injuries and an inability to find sustainable production from the ground game, the Chiefs were poorly stocked up with backup receiving targets. To coin a phrase once used by NBA great LeBron James, the Chiefs were “Top heavy as @#$%.” The meaning of this phrase describes the Chiefs perfectly this season.

With Cheap Sammy Watkins Jersey out of the lineup for much of the year, the Chiefs were forced to throw a mixture of Cheap Mecole Hardman Jersey, Cheap Demarcus Robinson Jersey, and Cheap Byron Pringle Jersey at the second wide receiver position. At tight end, Cheap Nick Keizer Jersey got the majority of second reps. While Robinson, Hardman, and Pringle could certainly have a role on a team, they should not be a 2nd (or really even 3rd) option on a receiving corp. Here is what they had to offer this season.

Mecole Hardman: 41 receptions on 62 targets, 560 yards, 4 TDs
Demarcus Robinson: 45 receptions on 59 targets, 466 yards, 3 TDs
Byron Pringle: 13 receptions on 17 targets, 160 yards, 1 TDs
On the surface, this looks somewhat decent. Especially when considering how good Travis Kelce’s production was from the tight end position, this appears like a respectable group until you remember how often the Chiefs threw the ball. Due to a putrid rushing attack, the Chiefs were forced to put the ball in the air more than any team in the league. Chiefs quarterbacks threw the ball 630 times, and if not for explosive separation from Hill and Kelce that resulted in huge plays, they likely would have thrown the ball even more. W

hile I believe that there is merit to the idea that running backs don’t matter, there should certainly be higher production when you throw the ball as frequently as you do, but that is a discussion for another day. The problem in this case is that the players taking on Watkins’s role accounted for a minuscule portion of the production when compared to Kelce and Hill.

Travis Kelce: 105 receptions on 145 targets, 1,416 yards, 11 TDs
Tyreek Hill: 87 receptions on 135 targets, 1,276 yards, 15 TDs
These are mind-blowing statistics. You should certainly have favorite targets in an offense as an NFL quarterback, but these numbers are off the charts compared to the other receivers on the team. Added up, Robinson, Pringle, and Hardman combined had just three more targets than Tyreek Hill who was second in targets on the team. While the tandem of Kelce and Hill is widely believed to be the best in the NFL, the Chiefs truly have no solid number three option to throw to.

The expectation this year from the Kansas City faithful was that Cheap Clyde Edwards-Helaire Jersey would pick up as many targets in the passing game as any running back in the NFL. That, however, never came to fruition in the 2020-2021 season.

An added expectation was that Watkins would be the receiver to carry the Chiefs in the middle of the field when Kelce and Hill were unable to do so. Instead, Watkins had a less-than-productive 2021 campaign due to nagging injury. Watkins finished the season with 37 receptions for 421 yards in 10 games. This number, in comparison with the other receivers for Kansas City is still the most productive outside of Kelce and Hill. Other receivers played more games and had around the same amount of production.

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TAMPA, Fla. — It’s been a decade since Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle laced up his cleats for the Robinson Senior High School Knights in Tampa.

Days before he plays in a Super Bowl for the Kansas City Chiefs in his hometown, FOX4 sat down to talk to his high school coaches, Craig Everhart and Tommy Montero.

“Seeing him go through our first group of wide receiver individual drills, it was just automatic,” Everhart, a former wide receiver coach and head coach at Robinson, recalled of Pringle’s talent.

“It was obvious that he had the motor skills and everything to do it, but it didn’t take more than a couple of days to realize he had the attitude and the work ethic to do it, more importantly.”

Montero, who was an assistant coach during Pringle’s high school years, remembers his physical growth along with his maturity.

“His growth physically his sophomore to senior year, I kind of joked that he looked like T.O. [Terrell Owens], his physical self,” Montero said. “I knew he was going to be D1 for sure. It’s hard to go NFL. He went and did his best of his chance at K-State, and now he’s doing his best of his opportunity with the Chiefs.”

Even with his success, Pringle has made an impact on his high school and community. He comes back to the school whenever he can to train with current players.

Blue Springs parents cheering for Bucs in Super Bowl as their son takes the field with Tampa Bay

Photo courtesy of Craig Everhart
“It gives us, with our students and players, some support so that these kids can believe that what we’re saying will get them to a place, or to hopefully a college like Byron did,” Montero said.

“It gives us something to fall back on. They go, ‘Hey coach, what can I do to get better? I want to be where Byron is.’ Byron comes back and it’s like he didn’t leave. One of the guys smiling and laughing with us the whole time.”

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“Byron comes out to summer workouts or pops in the weight room and he’s really just one of the guys,” Everhart said. “That’s what he’s been and when he was here, he was like that as well”

Pringle’s path to the NFL wasn’t easy. He was arrested in 2010 in connection to a string of crimes in Tampa.

Upon his return to Robinson, he was given a second chance by then-head coach Mike DePue.

Photo courtesy of Erin Maloney
Photo courtesy of Erin Maloney
Pringle continued his football career at Butler Community College in El Dorado, Kan. It took just one season before catching the attention of Kansas State head coach Bill Snyder.

“They do a good job of keeping kids in Kansas. I think Coach Snyder was a big part of that,” Everhart said. “He did have some other offers, but he’s a loyal guy. He’s always been really good about remembering who looked out for him, so that’s one of the things that kept him in that area.”

In two seasons as a Wildcat, Pringle hauled in 1,355 yards, 10 touchdowns and was a vital part of the return game.

He totaled 1,076 kick return yards and two touchdowns, earning him 2016 First Team All-Big 12 honors as a returner and an honorable mention for that award in 2017. He finished his K-State career with the second-most career yards per reception, 19.64.

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“He’s a testament to second chances. The most important thing from what I’ve observed and gathered, he’s a tremendous father to his son,” Everhart said. “He hasn’t forgotten where he’s from. Our kids here look up to him, which is very special to us and that’s the main thing. He’s a tremendous human being.”

Congrats to Former Knight Byron Pringle @pringle_byron for making the Kansas City Chiefs @Chiefs squad! #OnceAKnightAlwaysAKnight #SOG pic.twitter.com/AW06zYNLkG

— Robinson Football (@RHS_FB_Knights) September 1, 2018
Pringle went undrafted in the 2018 draft but ended up signing a deal with the Kansas City Chiefs.

He suffered an injury in the preseason and did not play as a rookie, but began to make an impact on special teams, and as part of a star-studded receiving core in 2019.

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Congrats to @pringle_byron on his first @NFL touchdown #KStateFB ⚒ @Chiefs pic.twitter.com/xei6NeehFZ

— K-State Football (@KStateFB) October 7, 2019
“What he does on special teams is really awesome. I think last year, their first punt he ran down and made the first tackle and that’s big,” Everhart said. “I know as Patrick Mahomes continues, he’s got that contract, there’s a chance that hopefully Byron continues to move up the depth chart.”

Pringle joins Cheap Tyreek Hill Jersey, Cheap Mecole Hardman Jersey, Cheap Sammy Watkins Jersey and Cheap Demarcus Robinson Jersey as the receiving group for the Chiefs.

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— Ty Hill (@cheetah) October 18, 2019
Hill has formed a relationship with Pringle and has been impressed with his work ethic with the receiver, special teams and scout team groups. He hopes he can continue to earn more chances.

“I was talking to [Chiefs wide receiver coach Greg Lewis] about that, I was like, ‘Man, y’all need to start giving Pringle some more chances,’” Hill said. “Here’s a guy, he doesn’t complain about his job, he comes in and works. Whatever you gotta tell him to do, he does it. He is still the same guy. He’s always laughing and he’s always smiling. You couldn’t ask more from a teammate”

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— Kansas City Chiefs (@Chiefs) October 26, 2020
Pringle became the first Robinson Senior High School alumnus to win a Super Bowl when the Chiefs defeated the San Francisco 49ers in 2020.

“Last year was great! We all watched it,” Montero said. “I try to watch every game he is in and every game our former players are in. It brings a joy to watch them and watch them do well. This year he’s contributing a lot more.”

“The Champ Is Here.” A sincere congratulations to Robinson Alum Bryron Pringle for his accomplishments and Now being a Super Bowl Champion! 🏈 #SuperBowlLIV pic.twitter.com/yjppSKbCjO

— Robinson Football (@RHS_FB_Knights) February 3, 2020
Fast forward to Feb. 7, 2021 and he will be suiting up to take the field at Raymond James Stadium, eight miles from Robinson Senior High School. This time, playing for the away team.

Bout to paint my city @Chiefs KC red in February‼️#runitback#chiefs#cardionights pic.twitter.com/e4kYVQtBqo

— Byron Pringle (@pringle_byron) July 22, 2020
“I’m a Bucs fan. I was here when they started in ’76 and have been to a bunch of games,” Montero said. “But I’m a Byron Pringle fan!”

“We’re rooting for Byron to do well and have a great game. I just hope he continues to relish these experiences because obviously nothing is guaranteed, but to have back to back years is such a blessing for him,” Everhart said. “We’re rooting for him and of course being in Tampa Bay, we gotta cheer for the Bucs as well.”

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The pride of Robinson, Montero and Everhart share that pride whenever his name is mentioned or he receives recognition in the NFL.

“I love it when they say his name or they flash to him and they say, ‘From Tampa, Florida’ or ‘Tampa Robinson,’ or something like that. It’s an awesome feeling,” Montero said. “I get texts here and there from people, ‘Hey, didn’t he play for you?’ and I’m like ‘Yes, sir!’”

Pringle and the Chiefs look to repeat as Super Bowl champs, and he will be looking to make an impact on offense and in special teams against the Buccaneers.

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Buffalo Bills quarterback Josh Allen threw for 300 or more yards in nine games this season, and his season-low was 122 passing yards during a game in October.

The Bills’ opponent that day? The Chiefs, who won 26-17 in Orchard Park, N.Y.

Despite keeping Allen to a season-low in passing yards, Chiefs linebacker Cheap Anthony Hitchens Jersey says his team believes it will face a challenge in Sunday’s AFC Championship Game.

Hitchens was on the “Behind the Mask” podcast with Takeo Spikes and Tutan Reyes and was asked about the threats the Bills present.

“I mean Josh Allen, that’s enough right there,” Hitchens said. “He’s having a crazy year, got better every year. Like I literally admire players like that, that just continue to get better. Doesn’t matter the coaching situations or the head coaches or your team is winning or losing, you just got better. So, yeah, he’s gonna throw the ball, everyone knows that, 40 times a game. So we’ve got our hands full with that.

Howard Mudd, one of the most respected offensive line coaches in NFL history, died two weeks after being critically injured in a motorcycle accident, his family announced Wednesday. He was 78.

Mudd spent nearly five decades in the NFL, first as a player and then as a longtime offensive line coach.

The latter career included a stop in Kansas City. He coached the Chiefs line from 1989-92 under Marty Schottenheimer. Cheap Barry Word Jersey and Cheap Christian Okoye Jersey both enjoyed 1,000-yard rushing seasons during his time here, in which he coached linemen Cheap Tim Grunhard Jersey, Cheap John Alt Jersey and Cheap Dave Szott Jersey, among others.

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“Today the NFL lost one of the great o-line coaches and my mentor,” Grunhard wrote on Twitter. “Howard was my 1st OL coach and believed in me and was instrumental in me being drafted to the Chiefs. I loved this man as a father along with countless other OL who played around the league.”

Mudd was a three-time Pro Bowl selection as a player. He became most prominently known during his 11-year tenure as the Colts’ offensive line coach from 1998-2009, which included a Peyton Manning-led Super Bowl run.

In addition to the Chiefs and Colts, Mudd’s career included stints with the Chargers, 49ers, Seahawks, Browns and Eagles.

Mudd spent two weeks in intensive care following the motorcycle accident, which left him with multiple injuries, his family said.

“Right after the accident he fought so hard against all odds to communicate to us that he loves us and that he knows we love him,” his family posted on CaringBridge.org, also writing, “Please honor Howard today and every day by sharing a belly laugh with a loved one or telling a stupid joke or calling up a friend to tell them you are thinking of them.”

“And then they just keep you balanced with the running game. Not to say they can’t run it, but they keep you balanced and keep you honest. But let’s not fool ourselves that their best player isn’t the quarterback. They’re going to mix in some runs, keep you honest, but I mean our hands are full every week. There’s only four teams left. It’s going to be good ball from here on out.”

Stefon Diggs, the NFL’s leader in receiving yards this season, was held to 46 yards in eight catches against the Chiefs, but he had a touchdown.

Hitchens expects the Bills to make it a priority to get Diggs the ball.

“We played him early in the year, and we did some things to take him away,” Hitchens said. “But … teams just try to take players away, they’re still going to get them touches — screens, reverses, jet sweeps, so he’s going to get his touches. We just can’t give up a 60-yard bomb or make four people missing and go for 80. So between him, then you still got Cole Beasley in the slot. I play with him in Dallas, so I know all about him.”

Hitchens, who spent four seasons with the Cowboys before joining the Chiefs in 2018, had four tackles and a tackle for loss in the AFC Divisional playoff win against the Browns.

A team captain for the postseason, Hitchens said he believes the game will be won in the trenches.

“They’ve created a good formula for what they want, and keep you honest with the run and pass, but I think it’s gonna come down to our D line versus the O line in the passing game,” Hitchens said. “We’ve got two of the best rushers in the league in Chris (Jones) and Frank (Clark) and put them on opposite sides and let him go.

“So yeah, I mean, I like our odds in this game, and we’ve got to go back to work. … There’s nothing else to it. It’s just work. People that work hard, good things happen to them.”