NFL Predictions for 2010 Season: Kansas City Chiefs Preview

August 17, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

Just a few short seasons ago the Kansas City Chiefs were a playoff team. But they have looked like anything but while winning four or fewer games each of the last three seasons.
Kansas City is in rebuilding mode, and it is hoping that the addition of Charlie Weis can help speed up the process. It certainly won't hurt a team that only scored 18.4 points per game (23rd in the NFL) last season.
But the offense is actually in better shape than a defense which allowed 26.5 points per game a season ago (29th in the NFL).
Offense: With Weis calling the plays and with the addition of running back Thomas Jones, there is reason to believe the offense will be better in 2010. If the additions of guards Ryan Lilja and Jon Asamoah are able to bolster the offensive line, Kansas City could build on its already formidable running game.
The Chiefs averaged 120.6 yards per game on the ground in 2009 (11th in the NFL), and Jamaal Charles, and his 1,120 rushing yards, led th...

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