Kansas City Chiefs: How the West was won in 2015

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Dec 28, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs running back Knile Davis (34) returns a kick against the San Diego Chargers in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Kansas City won the game 19-7. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

On special teams, the Chiefs have the edge. Both DAT and Knile Davis are top-10 returners while the Broncos sport Omar Bolden as the ninth-best returner.

In kick and punt coverage, Kansas City had the top four coverage men in the league and all of them are back with the exception of Kurt Coleman.

Although a battle between the Broncos and the Chiefs is a family feud when it comes to punters, Dustin Colquitt has been in the league longer and has consistently been one of the league’s best. According to PFF, Dustin finished 12th in the league and Britton Colquitt came in 23rd in 2014.

Kansas City special teams coach Dave Toub is considered the league’s best and with the players he has brought back and the new players at his disposal, the Chiefs should get great field position in the coming year.

While there are many players I didn’t mention here, the idea was to focus on the players who will make a difference from last year to this — the ones that will likely make a difference when the Chiefs sweep the Broncos.

What do you think, Addict fans?

Are you buying the Chiefs over the Broncos in 2015?