Chris Jones suggests Chiefs are building a “dynasty”

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Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones seems to think he has more Super Bowl rings in his future.

Shortly after agreeing to a four-year contract to remain in Kansas City, Jones wrote on Twitter of the possibility that the Chiefs are building a dynasty.

“Let’s gooooo!” Jones wrote. “The Dynasty Continues.”

The word “dynasty” has been thrown around quite a bit in Kansas City this offseason, with Patrick Mahomes and Sammy Watkins among the other players who have suggested that’s where the Chiefs are heading. The Chiefs certainly have a talented roster and could be just as good in 2020 as they were in 2019, but some would worry they’re tempting fate by voicing the dynasty goal out loud.

25 responses to “Chris Jones suggests Chiefs are building a “dynasty”

  1. How original. Every team and fan base that wins a SB always thinks they are a dynasty. Rarely happens though.

  2. They can talk all they want but they gotta back it up. Even for this die hard chiefs fan throwing around the term dynasty is premature.

  3. The dynasty rolls on lol you have to win multiple sb’s and title games over a 10 20 year period of sustained excellence be a dynasty.

  4. Can’t build a dynasty while in cap hell. They have too many superstars to pay.

  5. With no season in 2020, Covid19 raging into fall and winter, states
    like FL and Texas leading the way, etc, this is pure delusion from Jones and any NFL fan.

    The cap charges for these guys rise sharply in 2021 and with no season, the owners’ losses will be staggering, dropping the cap down about 80 mil, a flood of very affordable 28 year old FAs will choose the highest bidder in 2021 and the best chance to win.

    With KC in a raging cap hell, Chris Jones may want to look at what the Rams, Seattle, Denver or more recently how Philly and Rams again have fared trying to think they are destined for a dynasty. lol

    NE has 114 mil in cap space in 2021 with a franchise qb under a rookie deal, contract control longterm in 2021 and beyond and it won’t be at 40 mil per either.

    The arrogance to think you can talk dynasty before earning it. The arrogance. The football gods are watching.

  6. touchback6 says:
    July 14, 2020 at 3:45 pm
    With no season in 2020, Covid19 raging into fall and winter, states
    like FL and Texas leading the way, etc, this is pure delusion from Jones and any NFL fan.

    The cap charges for these guys rise sharply in 2021 and with no season, the owners’ losses will be staggering, dropping the cap down about 80 mil, a flood of very affordable 28 year old FAs will choose the highest bidder in 2021 and the best chance to win.

    With KC in a raging cap hell, Chris Jones may want to look at what the Rams, Seattle, Denver or more recently how Philly and Rams again have fared trying to think they are destined for a dynasty. lol

    NE has 114 mil in cap space in 2021 with a franchise qb under a rookie deal, contract control longterm in 2021 and beyond and it won’t be at 40 mil per either.

    The arrogance to think you can talk dynasty before earning it. The arrogance. The football gods are watching.

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    Stidham does have those 4 career pass attempts (2 completions) it makes sense to label him a franchise QB…

    Or he could be just another mediocre QB in the long list of mediocre QBs that were Brady’s backups.

  7. Coming off a SB win the Chiefs have step one completed. Which outside of the Pats they are currently closer to a “dynasty” than anyone else.

    But these team friendly deals the guys are doing should make it more possible.

  8. atwatercrushesokoye says:
    July 14, 2020 at 3:59 pm
    touchback6 says:
    July 14, 2020 at 3:45 pm
    With no season in 2020, Covid19 raging into fall and winter, states
    like FL and Texas leading the way, etc, this is pure delusion from Jones and any NFL fan.

    The cap charges for these guys rise sharply in 2021 and with no season, the owners’ losses will be staggering, dropping the cap down about 80 mil, a flood of very affordable 28 year old FAs will choose the highest bidder in 2021 and the best chance to win.

    With KC in a raging cap hell, Chris Jones may want to look at what the Rams, Seattle, Denver or more recently how Philly and Rams again have fared trying to think they are destined for a dynasty. lol

    NE has 114 mil in cap space in 2021 with a franchise qb under a rookie deal, contract control longterm in 2021 and beyond and it won’t be at 40 mil per either.

    The arrogance to think you can talk dynasty before earning it. The arrogance. The football gods are watching.

    1 1 Rate This
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    Stidham does have those 4 career pass attempts (2 completions) it makes sense to label him a franchise QB…

    Or he could be just another mediocre QB in the long list of mediocre QBs that were Brady’s backups.

    1 2

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    Yes, when BB works DAILY grooming qbs (Brady, Cassel and JimmyG), he has a lot of struggles.

    lol

  9. The Seahawks said similar things after their 43-8 SB win over the Broncos. They lost to the Patriots the next year and the one year dynasty was born.

  10. springfield says:
    July 14, 2020 at 4:08 pm
    Coming off a SB win the Chiefs have step one completed. Which outside of the Pats they are currently closer to a “dynasty” than anyone else.

    But these team friendly deals the guys are doing should make it more possible.

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    You have the top 1 or 2 contracts at like 5 positions in the entire league. There is nothing “team friendly” about it. Even with Watkins “restructuring” to kick money down the line, he’s also still way overpaid for his production.

    QB, DT, S, WR, TE

    5 positions, 5 bloated contracts on the market. Not good.

    Seattle got one, Denver, Philly and you, but that’s all she wrote.

    There will never be another dynasty in the cap era again other than NEs two.

  11. @touchback6 1st theres 0 chance the cap drops 80 million. ZERO.
    2nd the chiefs arent in cap hell. Why dont you learn about the cap instead of throwing out dumb buzzwords and phrases that you just repeat from other uninformed people.
    3rd franchise qb? Yea completing 2 of 4 passes for a whopping 14 yards and an interception doesnt put you in the short list of being a franchise qb.

  12. Meh, just gotta cut all the special teams players, the offensive line and get rid of all running backs not drafted in the 1st round.

    Veach can get it done!

    Maybe make some guys play both ways like they did in the 50s.

  13. touchback6 says:
    July 14, 2020 at 3:45 pm
    With no season in 2020, Covid19 raging into fall and winter, states
    like FL and Texas leading the way, etc, this is pure delusion from Jones and any NFL fan.

    The cap charges for these guys rise sharply in 2021 and with no season, the owners’ losses will be staggering, dropping the cap down about 80 mil, a flood of very affordable 28 year old FAs will choose the highest bidder in 2021 and the best chance to win.

    With KC in a raging cap hell, Chris Jones may want to look at what the Rams, Seattle, Denver or more recently how Philly and Rams again have fared trying to think they are destined for a dynasty. lol

    NE has 114 mil in cap space in 2021 with a franchise qb under a rookie deal, contract control longterm in 2021 and beyond and it won’t be at 40 mil per either.

    The arrogance to think you can talk dynasty before earning it. The arrogance. The football gods are watching.

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    Arrogance is calling Jarett Stidham a “franchise” QB! Please child, he won’t even be the Patriots’ starting QB if they actually play this season!

  14. The Chiefs are going to win at least 9 Super Bowls. Brady went to 9 in 18 years but he sucked….sarcasm

  15. Paying a handful of players huge money concentrates injury risk. At some point depth will be compromised and injuries could be devastating. Also teams will sign away emerging players because KC will not be able to afford them. These factors along with playing 1st place schedules and having a low draft position make dynasties difficult to attain.

  16. lol dynasty continues? its one ring…you missed how many playoff games with injury to get it?
    .
    call it a dynasty when they win 3 rings, and lose a SB or two…

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