The Kansas City Chiefs released their depth chart for Week 2 of the 2019 regular season. This depth chart reflects changes related to De’Anthony Thomas’ return to action.
Generally speaking, these depth charts give you an idea of where a player is in the pecking order. They’re considered unofficial because they’re assembled by the team’s PR staff and not the coaching staff. Some things may not accurately reflect what happens on game day because of that. However, the PR staff does have access to the teams’ closed practices and wouldn’t purposely mislead with the depth chart.
Let’s take a look at this depth chart and see what we can learn.
De’Anthony Thomas replaces Byron Pringle on the depth chart. This is the only roster move the Chiefs made this week that is reflected on their depth chart.
Andrew Wylie did end up starting for the Chiefs at left guard in Week 1. There was some belief that Cameron Erving could have been the guy.
Tyreek Hill left Week 1 with a serious injury. Instead of Demarcus Robinson getting an increased load of snaps, it was Mecole Hardman that played the second-most snaps to Sammy Watkins.
Source:: CHIEFSWIRE USA TODAY