KANSAS CITY, Mo. Of the 53 less-than-glowing adjectives one could use to describe the Kansas City Chiefs' passing game under The Pioli Dynasty that's how many synonyms Thesaurus.com churns out when you type in the word "feeble" FAST is not among them.
Impotent, yes. Egregious, yes. Fast, no.
In fact, according to TeamRankings.com, the Chiefs ranked 16th in the NFL, right smack dab in the middle, in terms of offensive plays per game in 2012; they checked in at 13th in 2011. Point of comparison: New England and Detroit ranked 1-2 in '12; New Orleans and the Patriots topped the charts the year before that. (As a general rule, the more confident and efficient your respective trigger man is under center, the more plays you tend to run.)
That brings us neatly around to the present and, more specifically, new Chiefs coach Andy Reid. In Philadelphia, Reid's Eagles ranked sixth and ninth, respectively, in terms of plays per game, over the past two autumns. Considering that one of th...