Everything for which the Chiefs could be praised in Week One disappeared in Week Two. Instead of zero turnovers, the Chiefs committed two. Instead of three penalties, the team had nine for a typically Raider-esque 70 yards. Kansas City has been scrutinized as a team with limited talent. This is arguable, but even the “lesser” teams in the NFL can compete if they are fundamentally sound. Today, the Chiefs were anything but. How else can a team outgaining their opponent 409 yards to 166 lose the game? Here are the three areas of the game that interested me most. Strangely, they aren’t all bad. We’ll get the bad out of the way first. Poor Game Management: Kansas City blew the opportunity for points at the end of the second quarter. With 18 seco ...
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