Kansas City Chiefs Fantasy Football Review
The Kansas City Chiefs had an awful 2011 campaign which seen everyone but a few coaches got injured. With their health hopefully intact the Chiefs will field some good weapons for this years Fantasy Football season for us to review.
The Chiefs biggest weapon Jamaal Charles comes back to the field after missing all of last season due to leg injury. KC fans are hoping he will return right back to 2010 form where he ran for an average of 6.4 yards per carry on 1,467 yards rushing.
Also returning to action after missing the later part of the 2012 season due to injury as well. The Chiefs would also like QB Matt Cassel to return to 2010 form where he threw 3,116 yards and 27 scores to only 7 interceptions. When he did play in 2011 it wasn’t all that pretty, this will most likely be a make or break year for Matt Cassel in KC.
Cassel will have plenty of weapons to utilize upon his return with WR Dwayne Bowe who comes back after being franchise tagged. Last season Bowe had 81 receptions for 1,159 yards and 5 scores, Steve Breaston had 61 catches for 785 yards and 2 scores while Dexter McCluster had 46 grabs for 328 yards and 1 TD. Jonathan Baldwin only made 21 catches for 254 yards and a single touchdown his rookie season but is expected to improve in 2012.
The 2012 NFL Draft will add little Fantasy value as the Chiefs selected DT Dontari Poe from Memphis to complete the defensive line by adding a nose tackle they needed. The second and third round selections were guard Jeff Allen and tackle Donald Stephenson.
Kansas City Chiefs Fantasy Football Review:
Jamaal Charles is still predicted to be a stud after injury last season and is coming off the Fantasy Football draft boards middle of the first round. Matt Cassel is not coming off the boards till later in the draft an is not projected as a true fantasy starter. Dwayne Bowe however is a good starting wide receiver and warrants a pick as early as a number two receiver.
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