Chiefs keeping the streak alive

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Dec 13, 2015; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Albert Wilson (12) celebrates after scoring a touchdown during the first half against the San Diego Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Put the foot on the gas.

The Chiefs, with the less than normal offense scoring of last weeks outing of 10 points, average 25 points per game, good for eighth-overall in the NFL. They have scored at least 30 points in each of their last four games, with the exception of last week.

The offense of the Chiefs is really starting to find their stride when it comes to putting points on the board. The addition of number one wide receiver Jeremy Maclin has been well worth it, as he is close to a 1,000 yard season and has scored 5 times this season. Travis Kelce has also continued his impressive ways seeing the end zone 4 times, and amassing 749 yards so far.

The ground game, which was thought to be done for after superstar Jamaal Charles went down with another torn ACL injury, has flourished. The one-two punch of Charcandrick West and Spencer Ware has been a pleasant surprise for the Chiefs. Ware is averaging an impressive 6.1 yards per rush and has seen the end zone five times, the most for the Chiefs. West is averaging 3.9 yards per carry, and has run for a total of 462 yards so far. West has been the most impressive in the passing game having 16 receptions for 208 yards and a score.

This offensive unit can score points and needs to keep their foot on the gas in terms of scoring. Yes, there have been issues when getting into the red zone and scoring touchdowns, but they are not having empty possessions, which is far worse than kicking field goals. The Ravens will be one of the better defenses they will face with the remaining schedule but if the team scores and does not let up, they should win with authority.

The Chiefs have made a complete turnaround for their 2015 campaign. They have found a way to mold as a team and bring back the spark to this team. Chiefs football has been fun to watch this year and with their remaining schedule it should be a great end to a surprising season.

There you have it, Addicts. Do you agree with the keys? What are some of your thoughts on what the Chiefs will need to do to keep the streak alive? Let us know in the comments.

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