Tuesday, July 11, 2017

Kansas City went 12-4 last year and won the AFC West. Why aren't they being viewed as a more serious threat in the AFC?

Obviously the Patriots are the heavy favorites to represent the AFC, but the media and r/NFL consensus seems to be that the Raiders, Steelers, and even Ravens are bigger threats to New England.

The Chiefs have the formula to beat Brady, with a strong defensive line and an offense that can keep Brady off the field. As we all saw in 2014, the Chiefs gave Brady his worst loss in almost a decade in a 41-14 blowout. Why aren't the Chiefs viewed as a bigger threat in the AFC?

Submitted July 10, 2017 at 11:35PM by ArrowHelix
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