Kansas City Chiefs: NFL 2019 - AFC West




The Chiefs had the best AFC record last season and almost went to the Super Bowl. With an explosive attack led by young quarterback Patrick Mahomes, the team scored an average of 35.3 points per game, the league's top scorer. In the playoffs, the Chiefs easily beat the Indianapolis Colts in the Divisional Round by 31x13, but were defeated by the New England Patriots at the Conference Championship, a big match that ended in overtime with a 37x31 score for New England. 

Following an excellent campaign last season, GM Brett Veach's focus was on rebuilding the team's fragile defense last year. Starting with a new defensive coordinator, Steve Spagnuolo, starting with: Steven Nelson, Eric Murray, Justin Houston, Dee Ford, Allen Bailey and Orlando Scandrick and with the arrivals of Frank Clark, Tyrann Mathieu, Alex Okafor, Emmanuel Ogbah and Darron Lee. In the attack, the team lost an important member of the offensive line at center Mitch Morse, and dismissed the running back Kareem Hunt, with extra field problems.