The Chiefs’ speed and explosiveness reminds Green of the ‘Greatest Show on Turf’ by Bryan DeArdo @BryanDeArdo Apr 16, 2020 at 4:51 pm ET • 3 min read Trent Green was part of two prolific offenses during his 12-year NFL career. Green, now an analyst for CBS Sports, enjoyed a successful five-year run as the Chiefs’ starting quarterback from 2001-06. During that span, Kansas City boasted one of the NFL’s best offenses, led by Green, All-Pro running back Priest Holmes, Hall of Fame tight end Tony Gonzalez, and receivers Eddie Kennison, Johnny Morton and Dante Hall. The Chiefs’ offense powered Kansas City to a 13-3 record in 2003, and despite not punting once and scoring 35 points in the second round of the playoffs, Green and the Chiefs fell in a shootout to Peyton Manning and the Colts. While Green quarterbacked some special offensive units during his run in Kansas City, he mentions his other NFL team when asked to name a past offense that is comparable to the one the Chiefs just rode to victory in Super Bowl LIV. ”The only thing I could possibly compare it to was that Rams team,” Green told Will Brinson during a recent appearance on The… Read full this story
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