With the offseason in full swing, the Kansas City Chiefs have begun making moves to improve their offensive core in 2015. They cut Donnie Avery and A.J. Jenkins last week, and are projected to make more moves later on to free up salary cap space.
The Chiefs ranked 29th in passing yards in 2014, and relied heavily on Jamaal Charles and Travis Kelce. They had that infamous record of zero wide receiver touchdowns, and struggled all year to find that one guy who could make an impact.
The Mizzou Men’s Basketball team lost their eighth game in a row last night against Alabama, and is on their way to their worst season since 2005. They’ve been romped twice by Kentucky, fallen flat against Ole Miss, lost in overtime twice, and even dropped the season opener against UMKC all in a season that could be described as growing pains.
It hasn’t been a great start to the Kim Anderson era, especially after so much hype in the off-season. A coach who had plenty of success at Central Missouri–including a national championship–Anderson was considered to be a coaching elite, an attribute that brought him back home to Columbia.
While I have really tried to update my blog regularly, I must admit that I have become really lazy since the end of the baseball season. The Chiefs left me with far too much to desire, and neither the Seahawks nor the Patriots interest me enough to write about them. Instead, I’m going to write about FIFA.
I don’t own FIFA, but I do have a demo downloaded on my PS4 (which you should buy, if you don’t have one). While I am not a fan of soccer at all, FIFA has certainly peaked my interest. I’d like to take this time to run through some of my favorite and least favorite parts about FIFA.