Long gone are the days of Derrick Thomas, Neil Smith and Dale Carter spearheading the Marty-Ball revolution as the Kansas City Chiefs defense terrorized opposing offenses during the 1990s.
However, new head coach Romeo Crennel looks to further instill his defensive pedigree into the current brand of Chiefs football.
The defense only gave up a combined 33 points in the final three games of the season (2-1 record) after Crennel took over for Todd Haley, so the transformation has already started to take place.
While the players seem inspired under Crennel, the Chiefs defense still has a few things that need to be tweaked to endure that sort of success over an entire season.
Here are the biggest weaknesses on the Chiefs defense in 2012.