Kansas City Chiefs (1-6)
What they’ve done well: This may be damning the Chiefs with faint praise, but of all the painfully woeful teams in the NFL (and there are many), the Chiefs play the hardest. Except that brat Larry Johnson. Focus on players like Dwayne Bowe, Matt Cassel, Tamba Hali, Bobby Wade and Glenn Dorsey. While the Chiefs rank 27th in points allowed per game at 25.9, they don’t give in easily. They have been credited with 36 passes defensed, putting them tied for 10th with the Broncos, Steelers and Cardinals.
Needs improvement: They need to actually pick off a few of those passes. Through their first seven games, they have three picks in 233 passing attempts. The team record for fewest interceptions in a season is 11, so that mark is in jeopardy. And if not for Cleveland, people would point to the Chiefs as the most anemic offense, averaging 251.6 yards per game.
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