Kansas City Chiefs One and Done: What Does That Mean for the Denver Broncos?

January 10, 2011   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Watching the second half of the blowout in Arrowhead Stadium by the Baltimore Ravens, it got me to thinking about where the AFC West (Worst) stands today and where it will be next year.
A lot has happened that led me to believe there is a lot more parity in the division now than there has been in the past. A team like the Kansas City Chiefs went from the bottom to the top in one year. The recent perennial champs, the San Diego Chargers, missed not only the division crown but the playoffs as well.
The Oakland Raiders, also recent doormats of the AFC West, went undefeated in the division and still missed the playoffs. And by making all that progress in one year, Krazee Al still fired the head coach. At least some things never change in Oak Town.
And then we come to the Denver Broncos, a team that went from two straight 8-8 seasons and made that great leap to a 4-12 season. And it has been quite a few years since Denver fans could even remember what it felt like to be the s...

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