If it were not for the St. Louis Rams last season, the Kansas City Chiefs would have scored the least amount of points in the NFL. Points in the NFL typically translates to points for your fantasy team. If you were heavily relying on any Kansas City Chief last season, chances are you got burned.
Whether from injury, underproduction, or a comical quarterback unable to throw to a top wide receiver, it was doubtful that any Kansas City Chief pushed your team into the playoffs. For your upcoming drafts, any of you thinking about taking a Chief, I have this to say; wait and see. At least for the early rounds
Kansas City has three major players coming back from injuries (two from ACL tears), one hoping to revive his career, and finally one who hasn't been spotted in camp yet, but who might be the one Chief you should look at.Quarterbacks:
Matt Cassel: 2011 stats: 160/269-59% Completion-1713 Yards Passing-6.73 Average-10 Touchdowns-9 Interceptions.
Cassel had the misfortune of b...