It is unfair to give the Chiefs' offense anything but an incomplete grade for last season. The offense was built around the dynamic talents of Jamaal Charles and his spit-take-inducing running style, lost to a torn ACL in Week 2, and a passing game with timing-based short and intermediate routes.
After tight end Tony Moeaki was lost with a torn ACL in the preseason and Jonathan Baldwin was ineffective during his first year, wide receiver Dwayne Bowe was left to shoulder the load.
And the not-so-sure-handed Bowe can not be the only offensive threat.
The defense carried the Chiefs throughout the year, with Romeo Crennel’s unit the bright spot in a dark season for the Chiefs.
Crennel’s midseason promotion to head coach provided the spark to ruin the Packers’ quest for an unblemished record.
While Crennel’s attacking defensive group, reminiscent of his championship days in New England, has done nothing but improve. Will the Foxborough-tinged organization transform their offense...