The Kansas City Chiefs struggled offensively at times during the 2009 season, but now general manager Scott Pioli has found his savior on offense in new offensive coordinator Charlie Weis, according to profootballtalk.com.
The Chiefs ranked 23rd in scoring offense and 25th in overall offense in 2009, and Weis' offensive knowledge will hopefully increase the output of the offense in 2010 and beyond.
Now he has the test of furthering the progress of starter Matt Cassel, who at times struggled. Some of that was also due to his receivers leading the NFL in dropped passes.
Weis will most likely bring an style of offense that will focus on Cassel's throwing ability, but will also take advantage of break out running back Jamaal Charles' speed and moves in the running game.
The Chiefs are still rebuilding, but Weis pushes the process forward even faster now.