Kansas City Chiefs: Who's Better?

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Dec 1, 2013; Kansas City, MO, USA; General view of the Arrowhead Stadium during the NFL game between the Denver Broncos and the Kansas City Chiefs. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

It’s a dead time in the NFL right now and trying to find the next big story can be a bit of a headache sometimes.

So today I wanted to compose a little comparison piece of several players, currently and formerly of the Chiefs and get your guys opinions on it. Here’s how it works:

I’ll start by giving a position group, then list the best players the Chiefs have had at that position, then you gotta decide who was better. I’m only going to run through three positions; Running Backs, Wide Receivers, and Linebackers. I could spend all day running through every position, but that would just be too much.

So, Lets start with the running back group. Click “next” to begin!

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5 Comments on Kansas City Chiefs: Who’s Better?

  1. Joel Wagler says:

    How about Stephon Paige…?

    Great article.

    I gotta say, Priest and Bobby Bell…

  2. kcpauly says:

    as of now I have to go with Priest although I think Jamaal will get the nod before long, I was not around for Bell, and Lanier, but I will never forget watching DT as a young man, so just based off my experiences I have to give him the nod there, and I think D.Bowe is the best WR of the bunch there(or will be[better be money bags])
    Go Chiefs!!!!!!!!!!!

  3. andy says:

    Holmes, Taylor, LB is tough. Lanier, Bell, and Thomas had too actually be game planned for.

  4. Josh Michaels says:

    Good call Joel, I knew I was missing some one at receiver. I guess I could’ve put Nate “Snoop” Mennis on the list? Or perhaps Tamarick Vanover,

  5. Kisersosay says:

    Bobby Bell, Otis Taylor, and Charles. Love Priest but you put Charles behind that line and wow ……

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