It’s been a wild ride for the Kansas City Chiefs this season.
Andy Reid’s team has gone through several ups and downs, and their offense has been far from what they usually are.
Nonetheless, even despite all that, they continue to be one of the teams to beat in the league until proven otherwise.
With that in mind, NFL analyst Chris Broussard believes they’re no longer feared among their NFL peers, although he believes they’re still respected (via First Things First).
“I don’t think the Chiefs are feared anymore. I think they’re respected.”
— First Things First (@FTFonFS1) January 2, 2024
Truth be told, it’s hard not to respect the reigning Super Bowl champions, especially considering the fact that they still have Patrick Mahomes leading the reins of the offense.
The road to another Super Bowl won’t go through Arrowhead Stadium this time, and it’s hard to believe that the Chiefs will be able to pull it off with this evident lack of talent in their receiving corps.
Then again, we’re talking about a one-and-done scenario in which you only need to get hot for a month to get to the big game.
The Chiefs have been there and done that way too many times, and you know the lights are never going to be too bright for them.
Andy Reid is the best offensive playcaller in the game by a significant margin, and while Travis Kelce has had a down year by his standards, he’s still Travis Kelce.
Add a championship-caliber defense and the best quarterback in the game to that mix, and anything can happen.
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