Why do we have so much flexibility on offense, and where can we start?
How do the teams lines evolve, and what do they all look like?
What does this mean for the rest of the league?
In case you’re wondering how to use this, we’ve put together an outline of each team’s offensive options.
The first tab at the bottom will help you find the specific line on each play.
The second tab, at the top, will give you the full run of each line.
The last tab at that spot, on the right, will bring you the complete list of play-by-play information from every play on that play.
You can use this to see how the line is doing for every down, or the amount of time each player has been on the field, or even the quarterback who is in that exact spot.
It’s also a great way to compare play-action and handoff variations.
The Chiefs line at right tackle is arguably one of the most versatile lines in the league.
The Chiefs have two linemen who are in position to be play-makers, and one who is more of a traditional tackle.
On every snap, they have the ability to use both their legs and hips to move defenders, and they have both length and power to do so.
They can also create havoc for the opposing offense, with a number of big hits, one of which could be a touchdown.
They have the potential to be great on the move, too, and this is a line that could use a boost up front.
As we mentioned in our Chiefs preview, this is the line that will play in the AFC West.
The Rams are in the middle of their rebuild, and are looking to make some major moves to improve their offense.
The offensive line they have is one that is built around play-making linemen.
That’s exactly what they did with rookie left tackle Andrew Whitworth, who was a fourth-round pick of the Rams.
Whitworth is a big guy with strong hands, and has great lateral quickness, which is a trait the Chiefs will rely on this year.
He can be a big, physical force in the run game, and the Chiefs need a big body in the pass game.
That means that Whitworth will get plenty of opportunities to play tackle in the Chiefs’ offense, as well.
He’s a nice fit with the Chiefs offensive line, as he has good length and athleticism, and he has the ability (or lack thereof) to take on blockers on the edge, and move them around to create some havoc.
That said, he’s a little bit of a tweener at this point.
That is, he might have some issues with his hips and legs.
That being said, Whitworth was a first-round draft pick, and could get a big boost with the offensive line.
In order to do that, the Chiefs would have to upgrade their offensive line in free agency, and I think they’ll do just that.
Whitworth would be the ideal fit in the offense.
He has good size for the position, and is strong and physical, and can get after the quarterback.
His mobility will be a plus, and his combination of length and speed will make him an effective run blocker.
He’ll be a good fit with Kyle Rudolph, who is a dynamic, aggressive runner who is also a good pass protector.
He’s a big hitter who has a good mix of speed and power, and should be able to get a lot of yards after contact.
The only downside to Whitworth’s career is his injury history, as the team traded up to get him.
The team would love to keep him, and while they might have to take a chance on another free agent, it’s unlikely they will be able.
If they do, he’d be a great fit on the offensive side of the ball.
He would be a nice addition to a Chiefs offense that has a lot to work on at tackle.
The other potential upgrade at right guard would be left tackle Russell Okung.
He is a strong athlete who can hold his ground, but he’s also one of those guys who has been inconsistent throughout his career.
Okung started off his career with a bang in his rookie season, but then struggled with injuries and was eventually lost for the season.
He will return to a team that has struggled with offensive line issues in recent years, and that’s a positive.
He might not have a lot left in the tank, but I expect the Chiefs to look at him as a long-term solution, and perhaps one who can help them in the long run.
He was also a fifth-round choice of the Eagles in 2014, and would be an ideal addition to an offense that was already lacking at the position.
I’m not sure I’ve ever been more excited about a Chiefs offensive lineman coming back.
It will be interesting to see if the Chiefs continue to pursue another free agency tackle, and if they bring back Okung, who would