The Kansas City Chiefs generated 5617 total yards of Offense in 2013. Jamaal Charles led the way with 35% of the total. That is 3% more yardage than Dwayne Bowe, Donnie Avery, and Dexter McCluster combined.
The Chiefs scored 430 total points on the 2013 season.
You could say that, Jamaal Charles really had no one step up and be the #2 option for Alex Smith. The Defense and Special teams (excluding Ryan Succop) added 11 Touchdowns to the total scoring effort in 2013. Ryan Succop kicked 22 Field goals on the season. The Chiefs left far too many points on the field in 2013.
The Chiefs Offense alone scored 364 points (including those Point afters and Field Goals). 15.43 yards needed per point scored or 108 yards to score each 7 points. The Denver Broncos? 572 Offensive points on 7,445 yards, or 13 yards needed per point scored and just 91 yards to score 7 points.