Chiefs should sign Dez Bryant to officially break football

If the Kansas City Chiefs were able to bring Dez Bryant into the fold, defenses wouldn’t stand a chance.

One thing has been obvious the past two years, and that’s that the Kansas City Chiefs‘ offense is darn near unstoppable. They rode that wave to the AFC championship game in the 2018 season and all the way to the Super Bowl this past season, which they won in comeback fashion.

Even with the Chiefs offense being in the top five when the season was in the books, never rule them out to add another offensive weapon. After Dez Bryant was seen communicating with both Patrick Mahomes and Mecole Hardman on Twitter a few months back, speculation ran wild. Would the Chiefs really bring Bryant in?

Obviously the answer at the time was no, as the former Cowboy is still without a team, but that might not be the case as we get deeper into the summer and teams figure out more of what they can afford and what positions need shoring up.

Bryant might not be the player he once was, and I’d be remiss if I didn’t mention that he hasn’t played in an NFL game since 2017. That being said, the Chiefs wouldn’t need him to be exceptional, because look at all of the other weapons they have — Hardman, Tyreek Hill, Sammy Watkins, Travis Kelce, rookie running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire, Damien Williams, and they also signed Ricky Seals-Jones this offseason. That’s a TON of talent, and the Chiefs didn’t lose any of their playmakers after the Super Bowl.

What Bryant could provide the Chiefs is a big bodied receiver who could be a threat in the red zone. In his last season with the Cowboys, Bryant had 69 receptions for 838 yards and six touchdowns. His best season saw him grab 16 touchdowns, but of course he was the No. 1 target in those days.

If the Kansas City Chiefs were to bring Bryant into their offense, it’s pretty much game over for NFL defenses. They already essentially have their way against even the best defenses in the league, but throw a huge target in there like Bryant and that’s game over for the opposition.

While this might not happen, it’d be a lot of fun to watch Dez Bryant join the Chiefs offense to give them yet another leg up on the competition.

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