This I agree with and we should get an answer with the new staff. Kyler should get a NFL offense that he is going to have to show he can run. Kyler is going to be held accountable by a GM and HC that have no ties to him as a draft pick. I don't know that Kyler is going to get more offensive talent with the new GM but hopefully the offense roster will be more consistent year to year. (2021 season before Hopkins got hurt was a decent collection of talent when you look at it.)
Not saying one philosophy could have changed everything. But I really think if Keim focused on young Oline talent in 2020 and 2021 things might have turned out differently. A little for Keim, but a lot for Kliff and Kyler.
Im not seeing a world beating scheme in Philadelphia. However, their ability to infuse that Oline with young talent to their already great vets is impressive.
How the Chiefs reloaded on Oline with Trey Smith, Creed Humphrey. Niang was actually decent for the before getting hurt.
Rodney Huson was a good move in theory but thats where you need advanced scouting to inform you just how much he has left in the tank.
Succeed or fail with Kyler I at least think Monti is going to work to improve the trenches.