Rodney Harrison's Prediction For The 2010 Kansas City Chiefs

Former Patriots safety and current NBC broadcaster Rodney Harrison recently joined 810 WHB's Soren Petro to talk about the Chiefs 2010 season.

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Harrison believes the Chiefs are on the right track and predicts a record in the neighborhood of 7-8 wins like many of us have.

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You definitely have great coaches in place with Romeo Crennel, Charlie Weis and those guys but at the same time the players have to go out there...are they doing a good job of getting the players in there? Yes, they are, but I still think they're a year away from really having success and getting to that 9-7, 10-6 season.

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I think Cassel's a terrific quarterback. I think he's going to be a lot more comfortable this year and he's going to play well but I think next year is really the year that will get them over the hump.

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He thinks the Chiefs could be in the 7-8 win range in 2010.

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He also looooves Eric Berry. He had a lot of very good things to say about him.

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So, 2011? I'm not sure we can wait that long.

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