Found January 31, 2012 on Football Nation:
The Kansas City Chiefs are a great example of a team that has plenty of youth and plenty of talent, but injuries and coaching have prevented them from achieving great success. The 2011 version of the Chiefs is a sad story, from losing their All-Pro running back in Week 2 to the removal of their head coach five weeks from the end of the regular season. There were very few highs on the year, but the lows were constant. Nothing seemed to work in favor of the Chiefs in 2011. In 2010, the Chiefs won their first AFC West division title since 2003. Former New England coordinators, Charlie Weis and Romeo Crennel, reunited with general manager Scott Pioli to try and mimic the success they had in the Patriots' dynasty years. The Chiefs' season ended in the Wild Card Playoff game against the Baltimore Ravens; they lost 30-7 in Arrowhead Stadium. Regardless of the outcome, the Chiefs proved that they were an up-and-coming team. Many building blocks were, and still are, in place. There a...
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