7. Run the football
If there's one thing that Andy Reid loves to do, it's calling passing plays even when they're not the most advantageous. One of the main reasons that the offense struggled last week is that they only ran the football 13 times that were not scrambles by Mahomes, two of which were by Kadarius Toney and Mecole Hardman. On the rushing plays with running backs, the Chiefs gained 42 yards on 11 for an average of 3.82 yards/carry. That's obviously not ideal, considering that Denver has one of the lesser run defenses in the NFL and Miami has one of the best.
Although the offense has struggled to run at times, it's important that they find a balance on offense. A balanced offense will create more favorable coverages in the passing game and will give the team more opportunities in 2nd and short instead of 2nd and long. Isiah Pacheco is one of the better young running backs in the NFL. He hasn't had a fumble problem so far this season, so Andy Reid should not be afraid to use him.
My worry is that Miami's explosive passing offense will force the Chiefs to throw more on early downs (instead of Kansas City choosing to), which leaves them in more 2nd-and-longs as well as allow Miami's pass rushers to pin their ears back and attack Mahomes. A strong running game will work strongly in the Chiefs' favor.