Chiefs Get Little Love From ESPN On Their 2010 NFL Season Predictions

The Kansas City Chiefs are a team that some people -- including ESPN the Magazine -- thinks has a shot at winning the AFC West.

ESPN's panel of 16 experts would disagree.

ESPN has released their 2010 season predictions and every single one picks the San Diego Chargers to win the AFC West.

You can't blame them though. If I was putting money on it, I'd pick the Chargers, too.

They also released their picks for offensive and defensive rookies of the year.

I thought Dexter McCluster might pop up on one of the offensive ROTY picks but he's not. Chargers RB Ryan Mathews is a popular pick here.

On the defensive side of the ball, two experts picked Eric Berry to win be the rookie of the year: Matthew Berry and Bill Williamson. Ndamukong Suh, Rolando McClain and Brandon Graham are popular picks there.

Stagdsp passes along more ESPN predictions here. The consensus is third place with worst/best case scenarios ranging from 5-9 wins.

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