Kansas City Chiefs General Manager Brett Veach has a plan for how to use Ronald Jones in a new attack that no longer has Tyreek Hill as a part of it.
Ronald Jones believes his offensive skill set will translate brilliantly into the revamped Kansas City Chiefs offense.
Jones comes to the AFC’s perennial contenders by way of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in his NFL free agency. He has spent his entire professional career in Tampa Bay, but is excited about the opportunities ahead of him in the Kansas City offense. Although general manager Brett Veach traded Tyreek Hill for the Miami Dolphins, Jones could not afford to go to work in Kansas City.
Look for crime Chiefs new look to be more centered with Jones now above the fold.
Ronald Jones can’t wait to get to work on the Kansas City Chiefs’ breach
While losing a dynamic player like Hill to an AFC newcomer in Miami isn’t ideal, it does offer the Chiefs a great opportunity to reinvent themselves aggressively. with a new identity. Remember that offensive coordinator Eric Bieniemy is a man of heart. Jones goes to the Chiefs on his second contract to prove himself after being annihilated in Tampa Bay.
It will take some time for Patrick Mahomes and company to adjust to life without Hill on the receiving team. In the meantime, look for him that relies more on the ground game to open the door for a lot of new faces at wide range, such as Marquez Valdes-Scantling or anyone else the Captain can add into the next few drafts with all the compensation they received. from the Hill trade.
Finally, there is a lot of pressure on the Heads of the Board of Directors this year. By no means is their Super Bowl window closed, but the AFC seems to have caught up with them, especially in tournaments. Kansas City could totally go out and prove everyone wrong with its run to Super Bowl 57 in Glendale. However, they have to be more creative when Hill is gone.
Look for Jones to get plenty of contact from the Chiefs’ backyard as an important acquisition for them.
https://fansided.com/2022/03/27/chiefs-ronald-jones-plan-post-tyreek-hill/ Ronald Jones reveals Brett Veach’s post-Tireek Hill plans