In this week's edition of Chiefs Twitter Q & A, which gives fans the opportunity to ask their favorite Chiefs players questions, Chiefs WR
— Derrick Thomas (RIP) (@arrowheadmaniac) November 20, 2013
Dex: "I would definitely say yes to that. This offense gives me the opportunity to move around a lot; people can't pinpoint where I'm going to be on each play and it just gives me a lot of opportunities to get the ball in open space."
— Royce (@AncellRoyce) November 20, 2013
Dex: "First and foremost, the adversity that we went through, the last couple of years, kept us strong, kept us together and that hard work and effort carried on to when coach Andy Reid and his staff came here. We're having fun and as long as we keep having fun and working hard, we'll be good."
@KCChiefs_Reid Dex, most athletes pay no attention to their fans. What drives you to be so humble and available to fans as much as you are?— Raderh8er (@raycoon) November 20, 2013
Dex: "I've been blessed to be an NFL football player and I want to be able to use my platform to be able to touch others, because whether they know it or not, they play a big role in my life. It gives me something to look forward to and it's always good to be a blessing to others."
Dex: "My father, he was a football player. He went to college, but when I was born, he never went back; that's why I wear # 22, I've been wearing it all my life, for my father, that was his number in high school and college and I wanted to go further than what he did, so, I've been wearing that number ever since. I think it's genetics; my dad was an athlete, my mother was an athlete and with some God-given abilities, it's been working for me."
Dex: "I rank up there. I know J-Charles, he definitely is up there; he has that long-term speed. I'm more of a short-burst, maybe 40 yards, but I'm more quick than anything. I might give everyone a run for their money in the quickness category."