4. Exploit a beatable Philadelphia secondary
Even though the Eagles are a pretty complete team, their secondary has left a lot to be desired this season. James Bradberry and Darius Slay Jr. are having down seasons and depth cornerbacks Eli Ricks and Josh Jobe are not very good players yet. Reed Blankenship is having an excellent season and former Titans All-Pro safety Kevin Byard recently joined the team, but the team still ranks 28th in the NFL in both passing yards allowed per game and passer rating against.
One of the biggest concerns of the Chiefs is the play of their wide receivers. Rashee Rice has been a pleasant surprise and Justin Watson has been serviceable but no one else has been very impressive. If Kansas City is going to win on Monday, it starts with a non-Travis Kelce pass-catcher getting open versus a beatable secondary. The Chiefs are a much better offense when there's another receiving threat next besides Kelce.
If they can still throw with consistent success in obvious situations, the Chiefs will score many points in this game and it's just a question of how many. If they're unable to beat an underwhelming secondary, then there are significant concerns for potential postseason success.