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The Chiefs came into the season with one of the best rosters in football, but several devastating injuries have cost them their season.
Pro Bowl safety Eric Berry went down with a torn ACL in Week 1. Without Berry, the Chiefs passing defense has taken a hit.
In Week 2, explosive running back Jamaal Charles was lost for the season with a frightening ACL tear. Charles is one of the most dynamic backfield threats in the NFL, and without him, Kansas City has failed to establish a consistent ground game.
Even with the losses to two of their best players, the Chiefs managed to pull to 4-4 by midseason.
However, all hope was lost when starting quarterback Matt Cassel suffered a significant hand injury in Week 10. The injury ended Cassel's season.
Kansas City has shown a lot of heart this season, as they have managed to win six games even without their three most important players.
With a healthy roster, the Chiefs would of been one of the AFC's elite teams this year.