Is there a sense of urgency for the Kansas City Chiefs to win in 2016?
In 2015, the Kansas City Chiefs we all but left for dead about six weeks into the season with a 1-5 record and losing players. However, that diagnosis was incorrect. They surged into an epic 11-game win streak and even a win against the eventual Super Bowl champs, the Denver Broncos. They also won their first playoff game since 1993, before losing to the New England Patriots a week later.
The 2016 offseason has seen some players leave, like cornerback Sean Smith, but for the most part general manager John Dorsey has held the team together. He even added to a struggling offensive line with the signing of Mitchell Schwartz, one of Pro Football Focus’ top 10 right tackles. They even signed an intriguing player in former Oakland Raiders wide receiver Rod Streater, who if remains healthy could be an asset to the offense of the Chiefs.
With all the losses and additions of players, and the draft a mere few weeks away the Chiefs need to do one thing in 2016…go all out.
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