The answer is always something in-between. There's no doubt that the Chiefs played a very good game last Sunday against the Jacksonville. There's also no doubt that the Jaguars are a bad team. So it's a little of both.
They were at No. 19 by SB Nation's NFL power rankings. That's fair right now. From many others' perspective, KC just beat a really bad team. You can't learn as much about your team by beating someone bad. It's important to beat those teams, but it's not "proving" a whole lot. That said, simply winning the games you should and not screwing it up is an effective way of making it into the postseason.
I was surprised. I don't know what I expected but I was a little surprise. The Chiefs are the home team and they say home teams get three points. So this game is pretty even.
Hard to knock this one. Andy Reid certainly deserves one -- and got one from Clark Hunt after the game -- but Justin Houston looked outstanding in Week 1. Good choice, AP.