Found November 13, 2011 on Fox Sports Kansas City:
It's hard to pick out just five things the Chiefs have to worry about after watching them get manhandled by Denver. On top of the obvious worries KC is now 4-5 and headed backwards in the weak AFC West the Chiefs face some seriously rough water to navigate going forward. They're heading into that five-game stretch against talented playoff contenders the rugged gauntlet that everyone has seen coming as the season bumped along. The Chiefs had hoped to be 6-3 or maybe even better by this time. No luck on that one. DENVER 17, KANSAS CITY 10 1.Are they tough enough? The most obvious issue confronting coach Todd Haley and his staff was the way Denver's young lines simply overran the Chiefs on both sides of the line of scrimmage. The Chiefs couldn't open holes for the running game, couldn't protect Matt Cassel -- and on the other side, they were hopeless trying to slow down Denver's relentless power rushing attack. If your big guys are being dominate...
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