Everyone wants to be the Kansas City Chiefs. And, I mean really, who can blame them? They have the most dominant offense in a five-year span. People must want to be the Chiefs, or at least their offense because people are taking a page out of their playbook.

The Chiefs are still an elite offense, even without Tyreek Hill on the team. In fact, the offense looked more balanced on Sunday Night Football against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers than it has in a while, or ever.

They ran the ball well, they passed it well and did everything they needed to do to get the win. They have one move that always works, but they didn’t have to use it on Sunday.

On Sunday, the Baltimore Ravens used that move that the Chiefs are known for and have perfected over the last few years. Just take a look at this.

The Ravens did the shovel pass to the running back, something the Chiefs do all the time. In Week 3, they did the same thing but to Mark Andrews, the tight end, which is also something the Chiefs have done, a lot.

Maybe I am wrong, but I don’t remember the Ravens doing this a ton, or ever. No, Andy Reid and the Chiefs didn’t invent the move, and no, they don’t have it copyrighted so other teams can’t use it.

However, the Chiefs are known for it and everyone knows that. If other teams are using the play, that means they are likely watching the Chiefs’ offense and taking notes.

There isn’t anything wrong with it. Actually, I would look at it as something flattering. The Chiefs’ offense is so good and has been ahead for so long, everyone is just now catching up.

I wouldn’t be surprised if we see another team use this play this season. And don’t think we won’t see Kansas City do it soon.

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