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Eric Bieniemy had better learn to ration his booming voice.It was one thing when the running back-turned-assistant coach could spend an entire 3-hour practice barking at the running backs White Germaine Pratt Jersey , a handful of players under his direct supervision. It's quite another now that he's in charge of dozens of players on the Kansas City Chiefs' offense.But that in-your-face intensity is also a big reason why Bieniemy has quickly risen through the coaching ranks, from running backs coach at his alma mater, Colorado, to offensive coordinator in the NFL.So don't expect him to turn the volume down anytime soon."The biggest thing Coach Bieniemy will bring to our offense is his intensity," said Chiefs running back Spencer Ware, who has worked closely under him the past couple seasons. "If you look at his resume and the players he's coached and the way they play football, each and every play they get out there on the field ? having an entire offense with that same mentality is pretty exciting."Pretty intimidating, too.Bieniemy carries a presence on the practice field that looms much larger than his stout frame. When he speaks, people listen ? mostly because the volume is so high.Quite frankly, it's hard to ignore."I just joked with him out here, he's having to walk around now. He isn't coaching just one position," Chiefs coach Andy Reid said. "He has to grind on everybody. That takes a little bit of getting used to. He did a nice job of figure all that during minicamps and that."Reid has always thought highly of Bieniemy Drew Sample Cincinnati Bengals Jersey , who joined his initial staff as the running backs coach in Kansas City. But the fact that he elevated Bieniemy to offensive coordinator after watching Matt Nagy take over the head job in Chicago speaks volumes about Reid's belief in his assistant's ability.Never before has he had an offensive coordinator who played anything but quarterback.There was Rod Dowhower in the early years in Philadelphia, and Brad Childress and Marty Mornhinweg had backgrounds with the most mentally demanding position on the field. Doug Pederson became Reid's first offensive coordinator in Kansas City before taking the Eagles' top job and parlaying some of what he learned during his time with the Chiefs into a Super Bowl title this past season.It makes sense, too. The quarterback is the only player on offense who must know everybody's job on every play. That's why so many of them successfully transition to coaching.Bieniemy has shown a similar aptitude, though. The Chiefs have always used their running backs in the passing game, so he's had a hand in that part of the scheme, and his success in helping Kareem Hunt go from unheralded and overlooked draft pick to NFL rushing champion was hard to ignore."He brings a certain detail to the offense that I think that we really need," first-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes II said, "and it's something that he stays detailed and he stays on you and he makes sure you're doing the right things, and I feel like it'll help me a ton as this year goes along."Over time, Pederson and Nagy were given carte blanche with the offense, and there's a good chance Bieniemy will earn that latitude as well. But for now, he'll work hand-in-hand with Reid and quarterbacks coach Mike Kafka in orchestrating what could be one of the league's top offenses.The Chiefs have surrounded Mahomes with plenty of weapons: Hunt in the backfield Drew Sample Jersey 2019 , Travis Kelce at tight end, and wide receiver Sammy Watkins joining speedster Tyreek Hill as downfield threats.In other words, they've also given Bieniemy the tools necessary to succeed."This is actually a unique position because I get to touch every position on the offensive side of the ball," he said. "It's a unique situation to be in."NOTES: The Chiefs released WR Elijah Marks and signed DT Mike Purcell. ... Hunt did individual work but was held out of team drills Friday to rest his hamstring, which bothered him during the summer. ... LB Reggie Ragland (knee), CB Ashton Lampkin (knee) and FS Armani Watts (ankle) did not practice. To say it was a tumultuous year for the Bengals? defense in 2018 would be a massive understatement. Teryl Austin had his unit making flashy plays early in the season, but a record-setting streak of the worst kind in the middle of the year led to his firing. Still, some of those plays early in the year ended up being crucial to some very important wins. Cast your vote and sound off on your winner for the Bengals? 2018 Defensive Play of the Year.Clayton Fejedelem?s forced fumble, recovery and return for touchdown against the Colts: Cincinnati desperately needed to start the 2018 season off with a win, and they were engaged in a back-and-forth affair in Indianapolis. As Andrew Luck was driving the Colts down the field for the go-ahead score, Fejedelem knocked the ball loose from Jack Doyle and took it the other way to seal the win. He was in the game because Shawn Williams had been ejected in the first quarter. Shawn Williams? sack and forced fumble versus the Ravens: Cincinnati shot out to a big lead against their division rivals on Thursday Night Football, but a slow second half kept the door cracked open for a Baltimore comeback. Joe Flacco attempted to tie the game with less than three minutes to play Color Rush Drew Sample Jersey , but Williams showed great hustle to knock the ball away from behind. It set up a game-clinching field goal by Randy Bullock. Michael Johnson?sinterception return for a touchdown against the Dolphins: After a 3-1 start, it appeared as if the magic was running out for the Bengals in their hosting of Miami in Week 5. Needing a big play because of a pretty anemic performance by the offense, Johnson came up with a Johnny-on-the-spot turnover and touchdown to totally change the tide of the contest. Sam Hubbard?s fumble recovery for a touchdown versus Miami: If the Johnson play against Miami didn?t do it for you, perhaps Hubbard?s scoop-and-score will be more up your alley. The momentum was totally shifting to Cincinnati, but the Dolphins were trying to tie the game with under three minutes to play. Carlos Dunlap grabbed Ryan Tannehill and swatted the ball out of his hands and the rookie did the rest. Jessie Bates?s pick-six against the Buccaneers: Cincinnati began to pull away from Tampa Bay in the second half, thanks to a rough outing by Jameis Winston. His fourth interception of the day resulted in the rookie safety taking it to the house, as well as his being benched for Ryan Fitzpatrick. Shawn Williams? pick-six against the Steelers: The Bengals were out of playoff contention in the final week of the season and had many of their star players out of the lineup from injury, but that didn?t stop them from putting forth one of their best efforts of the year. Cincinnati?s defense was very stout against the explosive Pittsburgh offense, and Williams? big play put the team in a position to nearly pull out an unlikely victory.

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