When analyzing the roster of a Super Bowl contender, it's safe to say that most positions will come out graded on the positive side. In this day and age of parity, where cap space makes it hard for any team to stockpile talent across the board, the Kansas City Chiefs have at least assembled a tremendous group of superstar veterans and burgeoning prospects for a mix that has claimed two of the last four Lombardi Trophies awarded.
At this point, with a legendary head coach in Andy Reid on the sidelines and the game's best player in Patrick Mahomes under center, the Chiefs are going to be in the conversation for Super Bowl contender heading into each season until those elements are no longer in place. That said, general manager Brett Veach has constructed a complete roster that can get the job done even on the days that Reid and/or Mahomes somehow fail to shine as bright.
Let's take a look at the areas at which the Chiefs are stronger than others, the positions that really should carry this team forward to another deep postseason run in '23.