When a team comes off a loss like the Kansas City Chiefs suffered in week 13, it may appear odd to point out one position as a problem area. This is especially true because this is not a (soon to be popular) criticism of Matt Cassel and the quarterback situation. Rather, this is a small area of concern for a team that has a large number of problems, but the absurdity of it all makes it worthy of note. Kansas City needs a tight end. For the first time in over a decade, Kansas City is without a premier tight end. A void left after the trade of future Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez to the Atlanta Falcons has become increasingly apparent. The position has undergone more changes than the color of a mood ring over the course of the season. Last season the hype was around ...
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