5 Keys To Victory Over Seattle

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  1. Stick to what works on offense.

Usually, one would think that a tough game with playoff implications on the line would be a good time to take some chances and chuck the ball far downfield. I recommend the opposite.

Nov 9, 2014; Orchard Park, NY, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) points to Buffalo Bills outside linebacker Nigel Bradham (53) during the second half at Ralph Wilson Stadium. Chiefs beat the Bills 17-13. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Hoffman-USA TODAY Sports

Here’s why: Seattle has been the weakest in the league at exactly the type of short passing attack that the Chiefs excel at. Seattle’s opponents have scored 12 TD’s and given up just 1 INT when throwing for 10 or fewer yards. With YAC kings like Jamaal Charles, Travis Kelce and De’Anthony Thomas on the roster, I say the Chiefs should continue this trend, especially against a secondary that can snatch the ball out of the air like Seattle’s.