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Kansas City Chiefs

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Two. That's the number of wins the Kansas City Chiefs amassed the last NFL season. For a team that finished dead last in passing yards per game and points scored per game, that kind of record is expected. Moreover, in a division where only fourteen of the forty non-divisional games played were won by the division--and half of those wins from the Denver Broncos--it's pretty telling to realize that the Chiefs were unable to win a single game against its own weak division.

So, it's pretty hard to imagine how any Chiefs fan could have been optimistic for next year at the conclusion of last season. But should they be? Considering the bevy of positive moves that the Kansas City Chiefs organization has made this off-season, the Chiefs look to be a significantly better team for the 2013-2014 season.

Back in January, the Chiefs made a big off-season splash by hiring former Philadelphia Eagles coach Andy Reid. Andy Reid has a track record of success. Over his career, he's won 58.3% of the games he has coached--that's averaging over nine wins per season. In fourteen years he's led the Eagles to nine playoff appearances, five NFC Championship games, and one Super Bowl appearance, proving that he's capable of leading a team to wins in the playoffs.

However, one of the most exciting things for Chiefs fans about the Andy Reid hire is that he has always stressed a pass-heavy offense. For a team that finished the 2012-2013 NFL Season last in passing yards per game, this has got to be good news. Coupled with the hiring of the new energetic GM John Dorsey merely a week and a half after the hiring of Andy Reid, it's reasonable for Chiefs fans to expect changes in their team's passing game.

Not to mention, Andy Reid is a great quarterback developer. Before being hired as the head coach for the Eagles, he worked as the QB coach in Green Bay for a couple of years. Then, as the Eagles head coach, he was able to shape Donovan McNabb into a better than average quarterback--one good enough to lead his team to multiple NFC Championship appearances and the Super Bowl. However, how much exactly can Andy Reid do with the disappointing Matt Cassel?

Well, that's a question that need not be answered, because the Chiefs were able to attain a significantly better QB in Alex Smith via a trade with the San Francisco 49ers. Smith, who has led the 49ers to winning records the past two seasons, has faced a lot of criticism and doubt in San Francisco. In spite of this, he's shown good character, a lot of heart, and at least slightly above average quarterbacking ability when he's played. His presence will definitely improve the Chiefs' passing attack, and with proven QB developer Andy Reid there to help guide Alex Smith, fans can be optimistic on that front of the Kansas City Chiefs' game.

The Kansas City Chiefs also made some key free agency moves. Perhaps their best move was securing successful left tackle Brandon Albert with a deal. A very good left tackle, Albert has been an important part of the Chiefs' running game success. Of course, it helps when you have an excellent running back such as Jamaal Charles, but Albert's run blocking has certainly led to some of that running success. Additionally, the Chiefs re-signed wide receiver Dwayne Bowe to ensure Alex Smith of a solid receiving weapon. They also signed tight end Anthony Fasano and wide receiver Donnie Avery. On the defensive end, the Chiefs looked to improve their secondary by signing corner-backs Sean Smith and Dunta Robinson. Chiefs fans hope the new corner-backs will help lead a more aggressive defense for the upcoming season.

In the draft, the Chiefs improved their offensive line by taking offensive tackle Eric Fisher with the first pick, who has potential to be the best offensive lineman from this draft. Other than that, they didn't make too much of a commotion, seeing as they lacked a second round pick (it was given up in the trade for Alex Smith). But tight end Travis Kelce and running back Kniles Davis--both taken in the third round--could turn into good players. Though there are mixed feelings on the drafting of Kniles Davis, Andy Reid is excited about him and he could end up being a productive second back this year. We should see how Davis' development is coming along in the Chiefs' first home pre-season game at Arrowhead Stadium against San Francisco.

Despite these exciting changes for the Chiefs organization, there are definitely questions for the upcoming season. They are still lacking on the defensive line--both depth wise and play-maker wise. This could end up being the weak spot for the defense this year. Offensively, some analysts question how effectively Reid will use Charles in the run game: Reid has been known to shorthand the running game in favor of passing, even when the passing game isn't working.

However, considering all of the positive changes the Chiefs have made, plus the fact that they have the fifth easiest schedule this year, Chiefs fans can expect a markedly improved team this year. Reaching the playoffs may be a reach, but if the defensive line held up, it wouldn't be surprising if the Chiefs were a seven to nine win team this year.



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Denver, CO
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Kansas City, MO
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Oakland, CA
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San Diego, CA
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Kansas City, MO
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Kansas City, MO
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Orchard Park, NY
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Kansas City, MO
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Pittsburgh, PA
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Arizona Cardinals vs. Kansas City Chiefs Jul 7, 2014
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Glendale, AZ
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Kansas City Chiefs vs. St. Louis Rams Jul 7, 2014
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Kansas City, MO
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Kansas City Chiefs vs. Seattle Seahawks Jul 8, 2014
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NFL Preseason: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Cincinnati Bengals Jul 10, 2014
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Kansas City, MO
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NFL Preseason: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Minnesota Vikings Jul 11, 2014
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Kansas City, MO
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Buffalo Bills vs. Kansas City Chiefs Jul 14, 2014
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Ralph Wilson Stadium
Orchard Park, NY
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NFL Preseason: Carolina Panthers vs. Kansas City Chiefs Aug 17, 2014
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Bank Of America Stadium
Charlotte, NC
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2014 Kansas City Chiefs Season Tickets (Includes Tickets To All Regular Season Home Games) Aug 29, 2014
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