The way I see it, there are two ways to look at the 2012 Kansas City Chiefs after three game:
Glass Half Full
A team centered around a strong running game and short-passing game that needs its defense to work well in order to win. Romeo Crennel was so busy doing other things, so it took him two and a half games to figure out the defense. Now that he's figured it out, watch out.
Glass Half Empty
This is a team that lacks the depth and the coaching to win games. They were able to make a comeback against an 0-3 team that is woefully undercoached (and, therefore, wasn't able to make any adjustments in the second half). There are too many holes in the receiving core, on defense, on the coaching staff and in the QB's game to hope for the playoffs this year.
Which is more true? I don't know. The truth probably lies somewhere in the between (bonus points for anyone getting that music reference), but it also doesn't matter because most of what is said above could also be said about the San Diego Chargers.
In a game between flawed teams, the one that usually wins is the one that guesses right with their game plan. Or the one that picks up a fumble that should've never happened because the opposing team SHOULD'VE BEEN KNEELING THE BALL DOWN TO KILL THE CLOCK AND TAKE THE EASY FIELD GOAL INSTEAD OF TRYING TO SCORE A TOUCHDOWN THAT WOULDN'T HAVE MEANT ANYTHING.....deep breaths, count to ten. 123456789 and 10. Okay. I'm okay.
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