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Here’s what Chiefs fans can expect for the 2014-2015 season.
The Kansas City Chiefs spent the 2013 season getting comfortable with the pairing of head coach Andy Reid and general manager John Dorsey. The team finished second in the AFC West with a 11-5 record, sending 10 players to the Pro Bowl. With a crushing playoff loss the to the Indianapolis Colts in the rearview, the Chiefs are ready to build upon last year's strong points and overcome the Denver Broncos on their way to a division title. This year, they have all the parts in place to make it to Super Bowl XLIX.
Playing for the Franchise Tag
Quarterback Alex Smith enters the upcoming NFL season potentially playing for the franchise tag. In his first year with the Chiefs and coach Andy Reid, Smith had career highs in completions (308), passing yards (3,313), and touchdowns (23). Although Kansas City selected quarterback Aaron Murray with its fifth-round pick at the 2014 NFL draft, Smith's starting job is safe and secure. He'll look to become more than just an efficient game manager, putting the team on his shoulders while playing for a 2015 contract.
Adding the Perfect Pieces to the Puzzle
Although Kansas City's offense and defense had many highlight moments last season, Andy Reid used the off-season to strengthen the weaker spots on the roster and fine-tune the stronger ones. With its first-round pick, the team selected outside linebacker Dee Ford. With defensive ends Tamba Hal and Justin Houston entering free agency after this season, Ford could find himself rushing the quarterback sooner rather than later. With that in mind, the Chiefs also picked up defensive end Vance Walker in free agency. The former Oakland Raider was one of the only linemen to have at least one pressure in all 16 games last season.
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