DETROIT, MI - SEPTEMBER 18: Jahvid Best #44 of the Detroit Lions tries to run past Sabby Piscitelli #42 of the Kansas City Chiefs during a NFL game at Ford Field on September 18, 2011 in Detroit, Michigan. The Lions won 48-3 (Photo by Dave Reginek/Getty Images)
With Jamaal Charles going on injured reserve, the Kansas City Chiefs now have an open roster spot. Chiefs coach Todd Haley said after Sunday's game that there clearly needs to be a lot of changes in how they go about their business on the field.
One change will be coming with a new player this week. Maybe the Chiefs will sign someone familiar with the system, someone who was in training camp with the team. Or maybe they'll sign someone else.
Unfortunately, I don't see one player out there -- or anywhere else, for that matter -- that can step in and change the direction of this team right now.
It's cliche, but the Chiefs will have to collectively stand up to change what's going on, particularly without Tony Moeaki, Eric Berry and Jamaal Charles. Dating back to last December, they haven't demonstrated they can do that, so it's hard to be optimistic about the players on the team.
Where do the Chiefs need the most help?