What The Texans Could Be In 2014: Part 1 from CBS Houston
There's one team that has continuously been thrown out as a possibility. Last year's Chiefs. And I don't get why.
Sure, Kansas City was coming off a 2-14 2012 campaign. But they were a roster loaded with talent. The Chiefs had six pro bowlers in that wretched season - a number just 4 teams (49ers, Texans, Patriots, Vikings) could top.
6ABC's Brian Taff Welcomes Twins from Philly.com
"Good Day Philly" traffic talker Kacie McDonnell took in a performance of "The Magic of Rob Lake" at Trump Taj Mahal (1000 Boardwalk, Atlantic City). Lake, who had no idea who he had in the audience, brought McDonnell, who was there with her boyfriend, quarterback Aaron Murray of the Kansas City Chiefs, to participate in an illusion.
Kansas City Chiefs: Three Most Intriguing Positional Battles from isportsweb.com
You will be hard press to find a team with more individual talent than the Kansas City Chiefs in the upcoming season, they boast players like Jamaal Charles, Justin Houston, Tamba Hali, Eric Berry, and Derrick Johnson.
All of those players will be consider top 10 players at their positions and for Charles and Houston they will make arguments to be the best.
To flip the coin, you will also be hard press to find a team with more question marks than the Chiefs coming into this season, for as much talent as they have, they have just as many question marks as well.
The 5 Most Underrated Quarterbacks In NFL History from The Panther Lair
Len Dawson was so underrated that he went through 2 teams before finding his place with the Dallas Texans/Kansas City Chiefs. Dawson was the quarterback when the Chiefs won their only Super Bowl (to date) and put up great numbers. Len Dawson passed for over 28,000 yards and had 239 touchdown passes versus 183 intercepted. Dawson played less games per season than they do now and with more stringent pass defenses not tied down with modern rules. Len Dawson certainly belongs on any list of underrated NFL quarterbacks of all time.