The Chiefs started the season looking for the quarterback of their future. Only, they thought it was Brodie Croyle, not Tyler Thigpen. Now, the Chiefs have a couple of questions to answer in the future. Is Thigpen and the spread offense a part of the future? Kent Babb of the Kansas City Star asks that question.
When Thigpen and the spread thrived, it attracted the attention of at least one of the men who will have a prominent voice in that meeting.
- “I kind of like it,” Chiefs coach Herm Edwards said Tuesday. “Me, personally, I’m kind of leaning the way it’s going. It’s kind of helped everybody.” MORE