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24-01-2019, 08:02 AM
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Adam Vinatieri has made a lot of memorable postseason kicks over the course of his career www.chiefsauthorizedshops.com , but Sunday’s Colts loss was one he’d rather forget.Vinatieri missed a 23-yard field goal at the end of the first half and an extra point in the second half of the 31-13 loss to the Chiefs. The missed field goal was the shortest one Vinatieri has missed in his career and the missed extra point is the first in 70 postseason attempts.“It was a tough day,” Vinatieri said, via Charlie Clifford of WISH. “Field was in tough shape but I need to do better. Can’t give them the momentum back like that.”Vinatieri was playing in his 32nd career postseason game on Saturday. He isn’t under contract for next season, which would be his 24th in the NFL.Final Chiefs’ 53-man roster projection Now that the final preseason game has ended, there’s nothing left but the cruelest weekend in the NFL season: the cutdown to the initial 53-man roster. Some will make the roster unexpectedly, some cuts will happen that we should have seen coming and some guys will make the initial 53 only to get cut when the Chiefs sign or trade for another team’s unwanted players. That’s why it’s the initial 53 and not the final 53.But, it is the final prediction from the staff here at Arrowhead Pride. As with the first edition, I’ve put this list together using roster size information compiled by Gary McKenzie and with additional input from the whole AP staff.Offense (26 players)Quarterback:Locks: Patrick Mahomes, Chad Henne On the bubble: Matt McGloin, Chase LittonReid’s average: 3Prediction (3): Mahomes, Henne, LittonIt’s still Lit’. Everyone outside of 1 Arrowhead Drive has basically agreed that Chase Litton has earned the No. 3 quarterback job. Will the Chiefs’ brass agree?Running Back:Locks: Kareem Hunt, Spencer Ware, Damien WilliamsOn the bubble: Kerwynn Williams, Darrel Williams, Ray LawryReid’s average: 3.4Prediction (4): Hunt, Ware, Damien Williams, Darrel WilliamsDarrel looks like a lock at this point, and it would be very surprising if he isn’t on the roster or practice squad. The only question is, “How many Williams(es) do they keep?”Fullback: Locks: Anthony Sherman On the bubble: Algernon BrownReid’s average: 1Prediction (1): Sherman“The Sausage” returns for leadership and special teams reasons.Tight End:Locks: Travis Kelce, Demetrius HarrisOn the bubble: Alex Ellis, Tim Wright, Jace AmaroReid’s average: 3.2Prediction (3):Kelce, Harris (Amaro), EllisHarris will serve a suspension in Week 1.Expect Amaro to take his place until Week 2, Ellis looks like the No. 3.Wide receiver:Locks:Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, Chris Conley, Demarcus RobinsonOn the bubble: Jehu Chesson, De’Anthony Thomas, Marcus Kemp, Gehrig Dieter, Daniel Braverman, Byron Pringle, Elijah Marks, Jordan Smallwood, Davon Grayson, Blake Mack, Josh CrockettReid’s average: 6Prediction (7): Hill, Watkins, Conley, Robinson, Thomas, Dieter, KempI think it’ll come down to special teams for the last couple of spots, so it’s DAT, Kemp and Dieter. Pringle certainly made his best case for a job against Green Bay, but will it be enough?Offensive line: Locks: Eric Fisher, Cameron Erving, Mitch Morse, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, Mitchell Schwartz Kansas City Chiefs Womens T-Shirt , On the bubble: Bryan Witzmann, Kahlil McKenzie, Andrew Wylie, Jordan Devey, Ryan Hunter, Jimmy Murray, Bentley Spain, Ethan CooperReid’s average: 8.4Prediction (8): Fisher, Erving, Morse, Duvernay-Tardif, Schwartz, Wylie, Witzmann, McKenzieThe big story is still the left guard position and the depth here. Erving has been the starting LG all preseason, but don’t count out Andrew Wylie, who could not only make the roster, but could also quietly challenge for playing time. Prior to Thursday’s game, the news broke of Parker Ehinger being traded to Dallas for cornerback Charvarius Ward. We had Ehinger as the odd man out in our prior prediction post, and it’s clear he wasn’t going to make the roster, so Brett Veach traded him for another young defender.Defense (24 players)Defensive line: Locks: Chris Jones, Xavier Williams, Allen Bailey, Jarvis Jenkins, Derrick NnadiOn the bubble: Justin Hamilton, Dee Liner, T.Y. McGill, Mike Purcell, Stefan CharlesReid’s average: 6.4Prediction (5): Jones, Williams, Nnadi, Bailey, JenkinsWe went light on the defensive line, given that Speaks and Tanoh can slide inside at times. Jarvis Jenkins and Justin Hamilton have been very good, along with T.Y.McGill—could one of them push Allen Bailey and his substantial contract off the roster?Outside linebacker: Locks: Justin Houston, Breeland Speaks, Tanoh Kpassagnon, Dee FordOn the bubble: Frank Zombo, Tyrone Holmes, Robert McCrayReid’s average: 4.8Prediction (4): Houston, Speaks, Tanoh, FordFans want to cut Zombo, and we doubt Toub does, but there’s a new four-man rotation at OLB, and Zombo doesn’t really fit.Inside linebacker: Locks: Reggie Ragland, Anthony Hitchens, Dorian O’Daniel On the bubble: Ukeme Eligwe, Terrance Smith, Raymond Davison, Ben Niemann, Otha PetersReid’s average: 4.2Prediction (5):Ragland, Hitchens Kansas City Chiefs Hats , O’Daniel, Eligwe, NiemannNiemann has done everything possible to win a roster spot, and we predict that he is rewarded after a tremendous offseason. Smith is the odd man out.Cornerback: Locks: Kendall Fuller, Steven Nelson, Tremon Smith, Orlando Scandrick, Charvarius WardOn the bubble: David Amerson, Will Redmond, Keith Reaser, Arrion Springs, D’Montre Wade, Dorleant Makinton, Step DurhamReid’s average: 5Prediction (6): Fuller, Nelson, Smith, Scandrick, Ward, SpringsAfter a frustrating preseason, David Amerson might just find himself on the roster bubble. He’s struggled each week, and the Chiefs have added two corners in the last 11 days, clearly showing they aren’t content with the position. We’ll predict they go with upside over experience and keep three rookie corners.Safety:Locks: Eric Berry, Armani Watts, Daniel Sorensen, Eric Murray On the bubble: Leon McQuay, Jordan SternsReid’s average: 4.6Prediction (4): Berry, Watts, Murray, Sorensen (McQuay)Sorensen is injured and is expected to return a few weeks into the season.Until then, expect McQuay to be on the roster in his place.This might be an area in which the team still really needs to add a player. Special teams (3 players)Placekicker: Prediction (1): Harrison Butker Long Snapper:Prediction (1): James Winchester Punter:Prediction (1):Dustin Colquitt Dave Toub’s comments confirmed that we already know the final depth chart for the kickers: “We’re so confident in the guys we have we want them to get as many reps,” Toub said. “And at the end of the day, is anybody going to come in here and beat Dustin Colquitt? Is anybody going to beat Harrison Butker?”Outside the 53Practice Squad:Makinton Dorleant, Robert McCray, Byron Pringle, Raymond Davison, Dee Liner, Ryan Hunter, Blake Mack, T.Y. McGill, D’Montre Wade, Jordan SternsLast Five ON: These guys make the initial roster, but they shouldn’t get too comfortable, as roster moves might still push them off.De’Anthony Thomas, Gehrig Dieter, Jace Amaro, Alex Ellis,Arrion SpringsLast Five OFF: These guys just miss the cut, but that could easily change.Jordan Devey, Justin Hamilton, Jehu Chesson, T.Y. McGill, Frank Zombo
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