Chiefs Named 'Best Landing Spot' for All-Pro Offensive Lineman

David Bakhtiari is a five-time All-Pro with the Packers
David Bakhtiari is a five-time All-Pro with the Packers / Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

Perhaps the biggest remaining question for the Chiefs, aside from the carousel at the wide receiver position, is who will start at left tackle for the two-time defending Super Bowl Champions.

2023 third-round pick Wanya Morris and 2024 second-round pick Kingsley Suamataia are fighting for the starting job now, though Alex Ballentine of Bleacher Report believes former Packers All-Pro LT David Bakhtiari would be a good fit.

In fact, Ballentine named the Chiefs as a "best landing spot" for the Super Bowl champion.

Chiefs Named Former Packers LT David Bakhtiari's 'Best Landing Spot'

Bakhtiari is a five-time All-Pro with 11 years of experience, most of which blocked Aaron Rodgers' blindslide. He's an elite left tackle when healthy, though that's a heavy qualifier.

As Ballentine writes, "His best landing spots would be a team with an iffy tackle situation. He shouldn't be the team's only option, but anywhere that has an alternative lineup that would be better with the Colorado product at left tackle should consider adding him."

It's a fair argument but I'd be surprised if the Chiefs brought anyone in. Morris started four games last year and performed fine. He represents a solid floor while Suamataia theoretically represents the high-upside prospect.

Kansas City may choose to add to their left tackle room, though it'd be a large indictment on Morris and Suamataia. After seeing these players in OTAs, it'd only be necessary to sign someone if the duo wasn't impressive.

I'm optimistic about the Chiefs' offensive line so I think this idea is far-fetched. Even still, Bakhtiari is an intriguing option if the team isn't happy with their two recent draft picks.

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