Legendary return man Dante Hall couldn’t be happier with the Chiefs’ offseason and sees the team getting back to the Super Bowl.
Once a Chief, always a Chief. That’s certainly how former standout return man Dante Hall feels about Kansas City. He’s of course been following the team over the years, including this offseason. As you might imagine, Hall is a big fan of Brett Veach’s work.
Veach has worked tirelessly to improve the roster, really focusing on the offensive line. On top of that, Kansas City has also stepped up in bringing guys to town for the defense. This has all been great to see for the fans, and Hall.
Dante Hall thinks the Kansas City Chiefs will compete for the Super Bowl in 2021
“I look for us to be right back in the big dance,” Hall said via Arrowhead Pride. “I love the fact that they addressed not only the offensive line by gong out and paying top dollar for the top talent in the league, but I feel like we also addressed some defensive issues. I like the cornerback that they brought in, Hughes. I feel like we upgraded our linebacker position. So I look for us to be knocking on that door again in L.A. at the Super Bowl.”
The Chiefs are considered the favorites to win the AFC next season and then potentially go on to win the Super Bowl. Should they head to LA, it’d mark their third consecutive season playing for the title. They won things in February of 2020 but lost this past winter to Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
Come next season, Patrick Mahomes will be ready to bring home another title. If you ask Hall, he thinks the team will have a great shot of making that happen.