Kansas City Chiefs: Where Do They Go From Here?

Joe JonesCorrespondent IMay 20, 2009

TAMPA, FL - JANUARY 31:  Kansas City Chiefs owner Clark Hunt accepts the award for the late Derrick Thomas during the The Pro Football Hall of Fame Class of 2009 press conference at the Tampa Convention Center on January 31, 2009 in Tampa, Florida.  (Photo by Streeter Lecka/Getty Images)

OK, the Kansas City Chiefs' owner Clarke Hunt seems to have a few good men to run his operations. But where do the Chiefs start to put the pieces to the puzzle together at?

First, at the quarterback spot, they seem to have the right man for the job. As we all know what Matt Cassel did for the New England Patriots, can he do the same for the Kansas City Chiefs?

With a good front line and a steady running game, I can see Cassel doing good things on offense.

At the running back spot, it is still up in the air on which way the Chiefs are going to go. With no word from Larry Johnson's decision on whether he's staying or going, it's still a wide open game. If he stays and gets with the system, he also can go good things for the offense too.

On the defensive front, they need to make up there minds and put in what system they want to employ. With the likes of Glen Dorsey and Derrick Johnson at the helm, the Chiefs' defense should make noise.

Brandon Flowers and Tyson Jackson can make a very big impact if they were to step up there game also.

Todd Haley and Chan Gailey need to start getting things rolling and put players in place. In the next coming weeks, the Chiefs should pretty much have a game plan in order.

Pre-season is right around the corner, and haste makes waste, now is the time to see what they really have.