It is hard not to argue the talent of this team. Running back Jamaal Charles is set to make a come back, linebacker Justin Houston the same. A talented group of running backs, add to that with a revamped offensive line with Mitchell Schwartz at right tackle and this team is set for big things.
KC is also coming into the fourth year in the head coach Andy Reid, general manager John Dorsey era. During that time the Chiefs have made the playoffs twice, finally beaten down the Donkeys (AKA Denver) and won a playoff game. The teams of the past are long forgotten in the memories of Chiefs Kingdom.
This years looks to be shaping up to be yet another stellar year for the organization. Yes, players went down last year with injuries, but everything on those players is looking up. The team is short on cap space that is for sure, but hopefully franchised tagged Eric Berry and the team can come to terms on a nice deal to help take that pressure off this year and into the next.
Every team is in a win-now mode, it would be a bad move to not be, and that is what Kansas City is. When you look at next year and the amount of players they have looking for new deals, combined with the short amount of cap space and the Chiefs look to be in a pinch.
But for the 2016 NFL season the Chiefs are looking to fire on all cylinders, and make that continued push for Super Bowl glory. KC is right where they belong in the top ten talented teams, and maybe this will finally be the year they truly show what they can do.
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