There are three players who caught my eye last year that could easily break out in the 2014 football season. Lets take a look at these players.
Knile Davis entered his rookie career with the Chiefs last year with great stats. He carried the ball seventy times for 2,442 yards. A great average of 3.5 yards per carry. He also got four touchdowns to bring a wrap to his rookie year. I see Knile Davis breaking out this year, as the Cheifs can use him more, as Charles gets older and older. Charles was their whole offense last year, yet if something happens to him, Knile Davis can come and fill his shoes better than people think.
Sanders Commings was the best pick up the Chiefs made in the 2013 NFL draft, yet with injuries he was un able to play most of the games in the season. Commings was praised by Andy Reid and said he could play everywhere on the defense. Commings can play as a corner back, or even go back as a free saftey. Commings will break out in 2014, if he can get back healthy from his broken ankle he suffered at Training Camp, thanks to Charles quick feet. This kid is a toss up, but when healthy could break out.
Lets take a step away from the young guys, and take a look at a leader and model for the Chiefs. Alex Smith had his best season with the Chiefs, with 3,313 yards, 23 touchdowns and seven interceptions. If Sanders can help the defense stop the other team, and Knile help the Chiefs running game, Smith could have an even better year. Charles helped Smith last year, because of the amount of play action plays. The defense was all over Charles, yet Smith was going deep.
The Kansas City Chiefs are ready for the 2014 football season, are you ready?