How the Chiefs can beat the Packers

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Sep 17, 2015; Kansas City, MO, USA; Denver Broncos outside linebacker Von Miller (58) is penalized for hitting Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) in the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: John Rieger-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off of a heartbreaking loss to the divisional rival Denver Broncos, suffered last Thursday in primetime.

The loss was demoralizing for the Chiefs, and they find themselves in a somewhat precarious situation. Yes, 1-1 is not the end of the world, but a loss still hurts and in the long run affects the AFC West. Moving on from that, the team is heading to Green Bay Wisconsin to take on the fired up Packers.

The Packers are coming off a dominant game against their own Goliath, the Seattle Seahawks, a revenge game from the craziness that happened in the NFC title game last year. They are also undefeated this season, in which many predict them to make it to the Super Bowl.

It is only fitting that the Chiefs face the Packers in Monday Night Football, a rematch of the first Super Bowl, a term coined by the Chiefs then-owner Lamar Hunt.

With the significance of the Chiefs versus Packers, a la the 50th anniversary of sports biggest night, the team needs to find a way to take down the flying high Packers.

How can they do this?

This team is not the Broncos. They have a very mobile and perhaps best quarterback in the NFL in Aaron Rodgers. Green Bay also has a running back in Eddie Lacy who runs the ball down defenses throats and a defense that stuffed “beast mode” and made him look more like “kitty mode” last Sunday.

This Packers team is good, scary good. So, what are the keys to winning the game Monday night?

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