Posted: 8/11/2014 11:52 AM
St, Joseph, MO - On Sunday evening, the Kansas City Chiefs will get a prime time showdown against the Carolina Panthers. One player, who missed the teams exhibition opener, wide receiver Junior Hemingway, will finally get a chance to show off his improving skills. If he takes another leap in 2014, his offensive output could be a driving force behind KC’s offense.
Last edited 8/11/2014 11:53 AM by ChiefsInsider
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drunkie wrote: here is the link to the storykan.scout.com/2/1432668.html
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DaBlueGuy wrote: Hemingway's a good Red Zone, short yardage guy, but I'd much rather see DAT and Albert Wilson playing the slot more regularly than Junior. The more explosive guys on the field, the better.
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mpf8888 wrote: He looked good last year in limited action. I hope to see him get more snaps."One player who did not look out of place and has seized control of his starting role despite being out with an injury for most of camp is WR Junior Hemingway, who not only displayed his impeccable hands (which the Chiefs desperately need) but also his improved route running and deceptive speed. The stocky, bruising 6-foot-1, 225-pound slot receiver caught every ball that came his way (at one point in 11-on-11s, Alex Smith went to him four times in a row for 4 straight receptions). He also utilized a quick double move to roast the defending corner Chris Owens and grab an easy TD in team scrimmages. The Chiefs need desperately for pleasant surprises in their receiving corps, with many seeing that as one of their weak positions. Hemingway flashed last year and showed that he had some of the best hands on the team, but his overall role in the offense was limited with Dexter McCluster manning the slot receiver spot."www.newspressnow.com/opinion/b...39b89da249.html