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Kansas City Chiefs offensive line ranks 23rd in the NFL

Pro Football Focus released their offensive line rankings through this point in the 2013 NFL season.

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Does No. 23 sound about right for the Kansas City Chiefs offensive line ranking?

That's what Pro Football Focus puts the Chiefs at through the first 10 games of the NFL season. I can't admit to watching every other team's offensive line but I suppose this feels like a 23rd ranked offensive line.

The details aren't surprising. Branden Albert was highlighted as an offensive lineman who is doing very well while Eric Fisher was highlighted as one that is struggling.

We all complain about the Chiefs offensive line, but how would you fix it?

There are two plays -- Donald Stephenson and Geoff Schwartz -- who are at your disposal. Is Stephenson and upgrade at right tackle over Fisher? Is Schwartz an upgrade at guard over Jeff Allen?

Those are the two questions we have to ask about the Chiefs offensive line because those are the only personnel fixes you can make. Maybe they can just play better. Maybe Alex Smith can help. Maybe Jamaal Charles can.

How would you fix the Chiefs offensive line?

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