Many in Cleveland aren’t too happy with their current situation. It’s been an offseason full of changes as the Browns try to turn turmoil into a stable organization. But one Chief is happy for the new general manager of the Browns.
Congrats to Cleveland Browns gm Ray Farmer, no doubt that he will be the best guy for for the job over there.
— Brandon Flowers (@BFlowers24) February 11, 2014
If you didn’t know, Farmer was the Director of Pro Personnel for the Chiefs from 2006-2012. Flowers was drafted back in 2008, so Farmer was a part of the front office team that brought him to Kansas City. Farmer is also bringing a former Chief personnel guy to Cleveland with him, Bill Kuharich.
But while Flowers is throwing out some congratulations, some fans out on Twitter are already trying to predict what will happen next year.
The Chiefs have the 7th hardest schedule so they aren’t making the playoffs next year
— Cory Cline (@Mexecutioner1) February 12, 2014
@TheLineupRDP Chiefs have 7th toughest, it will be interesting to see if they can repeat the success of last year
— Tom Bostwick (@BOSSDOG50) February 11, 2014
The Chiefs’ schedule certainly is not easy. They’ll have to play five playoff teams, which includes two games against the Broncos and two games against the Chargers. They also play the Cardinals in Arizona, who just finished 11-5 but missed out on the playoffs due to a loaded NFC.
Speaking of next year, star running back Jamaal Charles will likely become the all-time leading rusher in team history at some point next season. But when?
— DT58 (RIP) #CHIEFS (@arrowheadmaniac) February 11, 2014
If Charles ran for that many yards in a game, it would tie Eric Dickerson for the 14th greatest single game rushing performance of all-time. We’ll see how good the opposing run defense is in Week 1 for the Chiefs, but Charles is always capable of going off.
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