Found November 04, 2012 on Football Nation:
Some teams have bad win-loss records, despite actually being quite talented (see: New Orleans Saints).Some teams have bad records when they find themselves decimated with injuries on defense (see: Washington Redskins).Some teams are just bad.The Kansas City Chiefs are none of these. No, they're losing games because of generosity. What I refer to is, the twenty-nine total turnovers the Chiefs have committed so far in 2012.They're on pace to give away the ball fifty-eight (58) times all season. That averages out to something like 3.75 PER GAME. You don't win that way. Kansas City is lucky they will not go 0-16, having caught the Saints early in the season and (inexplicably) beating them.Incidentally, the final score of 27-24 over New Orleans is the ONLY TIME THE CHIEFS HAVE LED. Otherwise, Kansas City has been doing nothing but play catch up. Teams that play catch up all the time, end up throwing a ton of passes while running almost never.Bad news for running back Jamaal C...
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