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Three Reasons To Be Afraid Of The Chiefs

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Mike Meltser’s 3 Reasons to be scared of the Chiefs

  1. the Houston Texans – have you seen this team play? there are about 3-4 big mistakes made in every single game. Clearly, they’ve lost their confidence as a football team. The QBs have combined to throw 9 TDs against 11 INTs. The Texans are -12 in turnover differential, which is last in the AFC. Against a team that rarely makes any mistakes. Ever since their first play from scrimmage this season, the Texans have been utterly unable to stop shooting themselves in the foot

  2. the Chiefs D – this one kind of speaks for itself. They have the best defense in the NFL. 2 of the top 5 sack artists in the NFL through Week 6 play in Kansas City, and both have won AFC defensive player of the week awards (Tambi Hali and Justin Houston). They boast one of the best young interior defensive players in the NFL in Dontari Poe. The Chiefs have 30 total sacks on the season, which is more than they had ALL of last season. I haven’t even mentioned Brandon Flowers and Eric Berry until right now. You know how good the Chiefs D is? They’re even getting good production out of former Quentin Demps, who was benched for Shiloh Keo late last season

  3. Jamaal Charles – for the first time in his NFL career, Charles is being utilized properly by his head coach. Todd Haley never used him nearly enough. Look at his numbers on the season: 475 rushing yards, 300 receiving yards. That’s how you use Jamaal Charles. I don’t think a ton of their QB and passing game, but Charles is the kind of player who can do a lot of damage against a quietly very shaky Texans run D. Did you see what Zac Stacy did last week? This is Jamaal Charles, dawg
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