Jumping the shark: Week 1 and the Chiefs

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Aug 21, 2015; Kansas City, MO, USA; Seattle Seahawks running back Christine Michael (33) is tackled by Kansas City Chiefs defensive end Allen Bailey (97) in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

Final key to victory: Cause turnovers.

The last key to victory is taking a play right out of Watt’s hands.

Disrupt the offense in any way imaginable. Send the farm on plays, turn Houston and Tamba Hali loose to mess up Hoyer’s day.

The secondary, minus Sean Smith, has the ability to throw off receivers and create broken plays and force the shaky Hoyer into mistakes, and defensive coordinator Bob Sutton will try to do just that.

Take advantage of the Texans and hit ‘em hard to pop the ball out for some fumbles.

Remember this team is just two years away from being the number two team in takeaways behind the Seahawks, and not much has change, and dare it be said, became better.

Kansas City is so much better than it was a year ago, and last weeks game showed a small glimpse of the potential they have.

If the team is able to use these keys to victory and more not written here, there is an excellent chance they can keep their winning ways alive against Houston.

Final prediction: Chiefs 28, Texans 24

There you have it, Addicts, jumping the shark and stating the keys to victory for Week 1. What do you think are the keys to winning week one? What will you be looking for? Let us know in the comments.

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