Can rejuvenated Chiefs take down Denver?

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This is not the Week 2 team.

This team has also grown, from where they were in week two to where they are now. This goes without saying, but the loss of running back Jamaal Charles has forced other players to step up and take the place of the pro-bowler. How the offense has come together over the last two weeks has been a welcomed sight to see.

Nov 01, 2015; London, United Kingdom; Kansas City Chiefs running back Charcandrick West (35) is tackled by Detroit Lions middle linebacker Stephen Tulloch (55) during the second half at Wembley Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Flynn-USA TODAY Sports

West, has shown that he can be trusted to be fed the rock and should look to get his 20 plus touches against Denver in two weeks. Tight end Travis Kelce will also be factor and needs to step it up this game against the secondary of Denver. But perhaps the most important group that will need to be on during the game is the offensive line.
The o-line, looked much better over the last two weeks, and seems to playing with a little fire under their feet. They will again have their hands full with the Broncos, and their number one ranked team for sacks. They had a field day in week two and could very well again if the line falters from the level they have been playing at recently.

The Kansas City Chiefs have shown growth and determination since the start of the season. They have molded together in the absence of players and shown that they can find ways to beat better teams. The rest of their schedule in 2015, is more favorable than the beginning with really only Denver has the highest threat to their winning streak.

If the team is able to beat the “unbeatable” then the idea of a post season appearance in 2015 is not far off.
There you have it, Addicts. Do the Chiefs have a shot now that things are looking better for the team to finally beat Denver? Let us know in the comments.

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