MUNTRADMAUS BOOT CAMP DAY 6\nWARE BACK IN THE HUNT\n(KANSAS CITY CHIEFS)\n \n\nBy Muntradamus\n\nBEAST DOME NATION.\n\nThe Kansas City Chiefs have been an avoid at all cost team on BEAST DOME for the past few years. Between Jamaal Charles as always a bench option, along with Travis Kelce being over hyped. Alex Smith and the Chiefs have been nothing more than a Football team more interested in winning games, than getting numbers. Will the same case remain in 2017?\nDEFENSE\nB\n\nWhat makes the Chiefs dangerous on Defense year after year is their speedy linebackers. Dee Ford\/Justin Houston and Tamba Hali change Football games with their pass rush. All of those guys are supposed to be healthy, including Derrick Johnson who is 34 years old coming off of Achilles problems. Not something you want to read, but he is confident he will be 100% by training camp.\n\nThe most interesting move in my eyes is bringing Bennie Logan over from the Eagles. This guy at DT can change a game with his interior pass rush. Chris Jones and Allen Baily hold down the DE position very well at creating space for Ford\/Hali\/Houston to make their plays.\n\nThe Secondary should be strong with Eric Berry and Ron Parker once again controlling the skies. Marcus Peters is one of the best in the game, and defenses will look to throw else where all the time against them.\n\nIn the end, this Chiefs defense can cause turnovers and force a lot of pressure. There are some holes potentially in the running game and teams that have a lot of weapons at WR. However this Chiefs Defense will be quick and make teams play quick.\n\n\nOFFENSE\nB -\n\nOnce again Alex Smith (Waiver Wire) leads the charge for the Chiefs. He is improving his game and looked legit last year, still the numbers are never that consistent.\n\nHis WR core is the exact same lead by Travis Kelce (TE 1) and Jeremy Maclin (WR 3). Both of those players are upside plays each week at their respective position. With no more Jamaal Charles wearing red and yellow, the Chiefs are a team that is going to rely on the passing game in 2017 probably more than ever.\n\nThe RB situation remains the same as it was to close out the season. Spencer Ware (RB 2\/3) will likely handle all the work he can handle while the speedy Charcandrick 'Charmander' West (Waiver Wire) will be nothing more than a change of pace\/3rd and long RB. That is all until the Chiefs selected Kareem Hunt (RB 4\/5) who does look like a very promising RB. He will likely be the backup to West who will give Ware some heat, but Ware is a more of a BEAST and already showed he can control a Football game.\n\nThe Chiefs are keeping the same offensive line from a year, and the group looked strong as they never were a problem for the team. No news is good news regarding talent from an offensive line.\nIF MUNTRADAMUS WAS COACH\nThe key is to make everyone throw against my defense. Once teams have to throw against my defense, my playmakers will be making plays. In order to make teams run against my defense I have to control the game of field control. If I can pin teams deep in their own territory and give them long fields to work with. Teams will be impatient and could throw.\n\nThe easier way to make teams throw on me is be aggressive on offense and get points to force the other team to play catchup. I would not take deep shots, I would be conservative and get Travis Kelce a lot of targets to keep the middle of the defense honest so I can rush the edges with Spencer Ware. Spencer Ware would get his 1400 Yards easily in this offense with 10+ TD.\nIN CONCLUSION\nSpencer Ware could be a good draft day sleeper at the right price. He will be the focal of this offense and last season a concussion threw him off his game. Still on Kareem Hunt watch to learn more. Travis Kelce will be good, but I still rather have Martellus Bennett. Jeremy Maclin could be a good late sleeper if people sleep on him. Between Jeremy Maclin and Kevin White, I would go Jeremy Maclin.