January 2006
Sporting News;1/20/2006, Vol. 230 Issue 3, p40
The article analyzes the performance of several football teams in the U.S. Though new Kansas City Chiefs coach Herm Edwards traditionally has employed a conservative offense based on power running, the team's best chance to win in 2006 is to retain the aggressive offensive system used by former coach Dick Vermeil. The Cincinnati Bengals suffered a devastating setback when QB Carson Palmer tore his left ACL against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Tennessee Titans' RT Michael Roos could be moved to the left side next season if IT Brad Hopkins, who has a big salary-cap number, is let go.


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