When the Kansas Chiefs were the best team in the league in 2017, a lot of people thought the Chiefs were a good team.
It was a team that was capable of taking a step forward each year, and it was a great example of a franchise in the National Football League that was truly built on the promise of the future.
The Chiefs, however, were never going to be able to win the Super Bowl, but that wasn’t the case in 2017.
The Kansas City defense and the offense both struggled, and the team struggled to score.
This is an important lesson for the Chiefs in the next few years.
They will have to learn from the mistakes they made, and adjust.
Let’s break down the Chiefs biggest mistakes in the 2017 season.1.
They were one of the worst defenses in the NFL in 20172.
They did a bad job of defending deep ball3.
They lost a lot to bad receivers4.
They played too many man coverage5.
They got beat at the line of scrimmageA lot of teams would have been able to come back from their first loss in a game, and that was the case for the Kansas State Wildcats, who were the defending national champions in the Football Championship Subdivision (FCS).
The Wildcats went 3-1 on their home field in front of 6,527 fans in front in Ames, Iowa.
The Wildcats finished the season with a 4-2 record.
Their offense, led by QB Ryan Davis, was dominant, leading to a number of impressive performances.
Davis finished the year with 3,879 passing yards and 31 touchdowns.
On the other side of the ball, the Wildcats lost defensive end Tyler Lewis and running back Jordan Davis to injury.
However, the defense was strong, and Davis showed a knack for getting the ball to his receivers in the air.
The Wildcats defense was a lot more than just Davis.
Davis led the team in sacks with eight.
He also had 4.5 tackles for loss.
He was a disruptive force and a solid player on the field.
But he didn’t do much for the defense when he was in the game, either.
He had five quarterback hurries, and one of them was a batted pass.
That led to an interception, which was returned for a touchdown by linebacker Mike Davis.
On another play, Davis took on the best running back in college football, and he was unable to make the tackle.
Davis was also a liability on special teams.
Davis had two missed tackles on a punt return, and an unnecessary roughness penalty on a blocked kick.
Davis did a good job in coverage, but he made too many mistakes.
On a few plays, Davis looked like he was running with the first team defense.
In general, the Kansas state football team was a much better team than the Kansas college team, and in some cases, a better team.
The team had better quarterback play, better depth, better running back play, and a better special teams unit.
The defense and offense both improved, and their overall talent level improved.
Kansas State finished the 2017 regular season with an 8-2 mark, and made the FCS playoffs.
This team had a great season.
The front seven was solid and led by Davis, who was the best pass rusher in the country.
The rest of the team was solid, with all three starting defensive linemen playing at a high level.
The secondary was solid as well, with two of the three safeties playing at the highest level.
But the defense and offensive line had issues.
The line struggled to block on deep passes, and they were unable to get pressure on receivers.
The offensive line was not very athletic, and many of the receivers were not able to run with them.
The receivers had too much success on long throws, which lead to incompletions and fumbles.
The quarterback also struggled to throw the ball downfield, and his accuracy was often inconsistent.
The best part of this Kansas State team was the running back corps.
RB Kareem Hunt led the Wildcats in rushing yards, averaging 3.4 yards per carry.
He added 1,832 yards rushing, which is a great number.
Hunt also added 1.5 touchdowns.
His best game was a 21-yard touchdown run on the final play of the first half.
Hunt is a true deep threat.
He ran through defenders and got rid of the football on deep runs.
Hunt’s big strength is his explosiveness, and this is evident when he is running through traffic.
His legs were too quick for defenders to slow down, and Hunt has the ability to run through them.
Hunt is a playmaker.
He can get into the backfield, and get the ball into the hands of the quarterback.
Hunt can also drop back and be the receiver of choice for a play.
He does not have a ton of speed, but the speed is there.
Hunt did have a few catches for touchdowns in the