The Kansas City Chiefs have had one of the best offenses over the last few years, but you already knew that, and I probably talk about it way too much. However, it’s hard not to talk about something as captivating as what Patrick Mahomes and company do.

Even the newcomer and former Houston Texans safety Justin Reid thinks the offense is amazing. He thinks it will be just as good, if not better than last season. You may remember exactly what he said, but if you don’t, here is the quote everyone reacted to this slow offseason.

“The Chiefs offense is going to do what we always do: We’re going to come out and we’re going to put up 100 points [per game],” Reid stated in his recent appearance on NFL Network’s Good Morning Football.

While, that would be amazing, it’s never been done before, and it was definitely somewhat of a crazy statement. That’s why everyone reacted the way they did. However, one of Reid’s teammates backed him up recently on that bizarre statement.

Chiefs’ Mecole Hardman backs up Reid’s crazy statement

Mecole Hardman has seen the best version of this team, as he was a rookie in 2019 when the team won the Super Bowl. Hardman finished with 538 receiving yards and six touchdowns in 2019, as the fourth option on the team.

Hardman seems to believe Reid, and the statement heard on Good Morning Football. Here is what the fourth-year receiver had to say when he joined the show as a guest:

“I mean, he’s on point. Our offense is still going to be explosive. Like he said, we got Patrick Mahomes… we got the best tight end in Travis Kelce. When you got those two guys and an offensive line that was revamped and is going to be pretty good again this year, I think you can lean on those guys to have a successful offense,” Hardman said when asked of his thoughts on Reid’s statement.

“With Pat [Mahomes] and Trav [Kelce] alone the offense is going to be great regardless. With the pieces in me, JuJu [Smith-Schuster], and Marquez [Valdes-Scantling], I think we will have a significant role in the offense.”

The speedy receiver isn’t wrong. If the Chiefs have those two guys, the main guys in this offense, they can do big things this year. It seems as if everyone is counting Kansas City out. However, to me, it seems like the Chiefs’ offense will be even more balanced, along with the defense.

Hopefully, Hardman and Reid are right about the offense. Not about the team scoring 100 points per game, because that will never happen, but about the offense being lethal. With training camp starting very soon, all we have to do now is sit back and watch it all come together.

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