It's a good feeling knowing you have what you believe to be a good team while also sport one of the youngest teams in the league. That suggests there are good times ahead.
That's where the Kansas City Chiefs stand in Jimmy Kempski's annual average age rankings, which were taken on roster cut weekend so only slightly out of date by this point. The Chiefs are the sixth youngest team in the league with an average age of 25.83, according to the table posted on Philly Voice.
The third youngest team? Green Bay! Former Packers exec John Dorsey is now the Chiefs GM so it seems he really is making Kansas City in the mold of Green Bay. Think of how bright the future is for Green Bay in that they have their quarterback, their GM has shown he can make over the roster AND they're the third youngest team. That's pretty much the ideal situation. The Chiefs are pretty close to that but don't have that Aaron Rodgers guy. He's OK, I guess.
The Chiefs were the third youngest team last season, and the eighth youngest team in each of the two seasons before that.