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These NFL power rankings say it all about the Kansas City Chiefs

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The staff over at Mile High Report, SB Nation's Denver Broncos blog, each did a set of power rankings. The Chiefs ranking varied widely.

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That one set of power rankings can put the KC Chiefs No. 32 and another one at No. 13 says it all -- about what we don't know -- about the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs. 13th? A little high for my tastes but I'm not arguing. (Note: Adam Caplan also has the Chiefs ranked 13th.) No. 32? Much has changed but, remember, this is still a two-win team.

Check out the full set of power rankings from the staff members of MHR (with a sortable table!). The lowest is No. 32 and the highest is No. 13. The average is 21.8.

I did a Q&A with our San Diego Chargers blog, Bolts From The Blue, that hasn't run yet so I hope they don't mind me quoting myself and giving you a preview to said Q&A about predicting the Chiefs record:

I think you can reasonably put the Chiefs in the category of 6-9 wins. It's not like it's impossible to be better or worse than that range either. New quarterback, new coach, new offense ... we're doing a lot of guessing on how the Chiefs will look, but we really don't know yet. I'm waffling somewhere between 7-9 wins for my prediction. That's a minimum of a five-game improvement year over year, which is significant.

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