Kansas City Chiefs Weekly Progress Report: Where They Stand Headed into Week 15

December 12, 2012   ·     ·   Jump to comments

So the Kansas City Chiefs are not a good football team. We knew that, and by now everyone has accepted it. The Chiefs are on the fast track to the No. 1 overall pick in April’s draft, and only multiple wins or a win this week against the Raiders can change the order significantly.
The Chiefs are 2-11, and if Sunday’s game in Cleveland is any indication, they are clearly the worst team in the entire league by a larger margin. If it weren’t for the 2-11 Jaguars and the 3-10 Raiders, the Chiefs would be alone in the cellar.
In what is sure to be one of the worst and least-watched games of the weekend, the Chiefs travel to Oakland on Sunday. Last season the Chiefs crushed the Raiders in Oakland, but that was with Kyle Boller at quarterback and Carson Palmer just days removed from his couch.
Over the past six weeks, no one is playing worse than the Raiders, which means the Chiefs should keep it competitive and have a legitimate shot and winning the game.

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