AMC: Get Your Popcorn Ready

Arenas. McCluster. Charles.

The Kansas City Chiefs  have some gamebreakers, boys and girls. Javier Arenas, Dexter McCluster and Jamaal Charles may combine for perhaps the biggest game breaking trio in Kansas City Chiefs history. Arenas has amazing ability to hit the holes on kick returns and provides some playmaking ability on defense. McCluster is a do-it-all utility player on offense with scary speed. Oh yeah, he too can break it on kick returns. Jamaal Charles is the straw that stirs the drink in this concoction, with big play ability out of the backfield and is the type of player that forces teams to gameplan around him.

Maybe it was Dante Hall, Priest Holmes and Trent Green back in the early 2000s? Dante was a game breaker, yes. Priest was a great runner, yes. Trent executed Dick Vermeil’s high flying offense perfectly, yes. But Green wasn’t a true “game breaker”, on the level of a Peyton Manning, Tom Brady or Drew Brees.

This day in age, you need game breakers to win championships. Some teams can only offer players like Darren Sproles, Devin Hester, etc. The Kansas City Chiefs have THREE of these guys. THREE weapons.

These guys are speed freaks. They can change the game on one play. The fact that we have THREE guys who have the ability to do that is very encouraging.

So get your popcorn ready, Kansas City. These guys are going to have an impact in EVERY SINGLE GAME. They will provide energy and flash to an offense that has been flaccid and boring for the last five seasons.

Sit down. Watch these guys flip the switch and get ready to enjoy some high quality entertainment brought to you by AMC.

3 Comments Say Something
  • Hahaha getcha popcorn ready

  • Arenas and McCluster are the goods and we know what JC can do. Look out, Pentagon: Speed is being enriched in Kansas City!

    If the Chiefs are going to win this division, they will literally run away with it. This could get real exciting.

  • Don't forget… Arenas made a 2 FANTASTIC defensive plays in the 3rd and 4th quarters on 3rd down to prevent 1st downs… Of course the Chargers converted on 4th down in the 4th quarter, but had they not converted, we would've been talking about that play as a key play in the game as well.

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