How About Those Kansas City Chiefs: Predicting The Rest Of 2014

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Oct 19, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) looks to pass during the first quarter against the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports

Week 11 Seattle Seahawks

This is will be the toughest game after the three-week cakewalk. The Seahawks, after winning the Super Bowl in an utterly convincing fashion, are suddenly losing games, proving they are human after all. After suffering a loss to the Cowboys and to the Rams, the Hawks will look to bounce back as they are angry about what the NFL is saying about the reigning champs.

The Chiefs need to stop this offense. Quarterback Russel Wilson is the true dual-threat quarterback as he is both dangerous in the pass and in the run game. Speaking of the run game, Marshawn “Beast Mode” Lynch lives for contact and will give the Chiefs some trouble on the ground.

The key to this game will be watching how coordinator Bob Sutton and the Chiefs defense find ways to stop the offense. It will also be interesting to see how the crowd factors into this game as Hawk fans might not like the fact the Arrowhead has taken over as the loudest outdoor stadium in the NFL.

The result? As sad as it is to see a win streak come to an end, I see the Seahawks walking out of Arrowhead with the victory, effectively ending the Chiefs’ winning streak.

Week 12 at Oakland Raiders

The Raiders? The Raiders? Is there really anything to say about argueably the worst team in NFL? Despite the fact that Derek Carr is doing somewhat well, the Chiefs should make an easy game of this one.

Week 13 Denver Broncos

The Denver Broncos, as painful as it is to say it, are playing the best football they have had since last year. Quarterback Peyton Manning is a record-breaking machine who, until proven otherwise, is seemingly unstoppable. The Denver defense is also playing at a high level as the Broncos are once again on their way to a playoff berth (and hopefully loss).

The game plan for the Chiefs, who narrowly lost to the Broncos in week two, should be able to steal a victory. The Broncos have historically had a hard time in Arrowhead. The crowd will be pumped and should play a huge factor in this game as the Chiefs get the W.