Top 5 Headlines 2/2: Will Shields' Impact in KC

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1. Former Chief Will Shields made impact in KC that went beyond football

By Sam Mellinger - The Kansas City Star

" The rules are very clear that what you're about to read does not matter. We hope you humor us here anyway.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame is about football first and football only. The men that Will Shields is to join with induction are the best players our country's most popular sport has seen, and by that demanding standard the former Chiefs lineman is now certified."    READ MORE…

Will Shields 2015 HOF Inductee

Photos from OL Will Shields' career with the Kansas City Chiefs

2. The Star's NFL first-round draft projection

By Terez Paylor - The Kansas City Star

"1 Tampa Bay QB Marcus Mariota, 6-4, 219, Oregon

The Josh McCown experiment was a disaster, and Mike Glennon was not drafted by this current regime. That makes Mariota the early favorite to go No. 1 overall, despite concerns about how his skill set will translate from Oregon's up-tempo, spread offense. Mariota believers will tout his size, athleticism, arm strength and plus-plus character for the next three months, while his doubters will knock his QB-friendly college offense, his potentially steep NFL learning curve and soft-spoken personality. Still, new Buccaneers offensive coordinator Dirk Koetter is known for pushing the pace, so Tampa could be a place where Mariota thrives."    READ MORE…

3. Three Pivotal Moments In The Patriots' Run To The Super Bowl

By Bryan Altman - CBS

"What an unbelievable conclusion to an incredible season. The regular season brought highs and lows, but they persevered, What once seemed like a fleeting dream, has become a reality, largely in part to these huge moments that set the New England Patriots on a course for Super Bowl glory.

  1. Kansas City 41, New England 14:

Remember that fateful day in late September when the New England Patriots dynasty came to an abrupt end at the hands of the Kansas City Chiefs? Me Neither. But after getting demolished by the Chiefs 41-14 and dropping to 2-2 on the season the Patriots found themselves at an early season crossroads. From there they picked themselves up, dusted themselves off, and throttled the division-leading Cincinnati Bengals 43-17 to begin a seven-game winning streak that put them in the driver's seat in the AFC."    READ MORE…

4. Would Chase Daniel Succeed in Tennessee?

By Justin Hussong - Pro Football Spot

"To say that the Tennessee Titans' quarterback situation is up in the air would be as big of an understatement as saying 2-14 isn't a very good record.

After a season like that, with your team leader throwing for 1,412 yards and 8 touchdowns, you are going to have to ask some questions. In fact, the Titans have only had the same quarterback lead the team in passing yards for two consecutive seasons one time in the last 12 years."    READ MORE…

5. Tom Brady wins 3rd Super Bowl MVP

By AP - ESPN

"As a kid, years before he became a pretty good quarterback in his own right, Tom Brady idolized Joe Montana.

Now, at age 37, Brady owns just as many Super Bowl championships -- and just as many Super Bowl MVP awards -- as the Pro Football Hall of Famer."    READ MORE…

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