Kansas City Chiefs: Why Chiefs' Preseason Games Matter More Than Ever

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Kansas City Chiefs: Why Chiefs' Preseason Games Matter More Than Ever
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Romeo Crennel's debut as the official head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs is just days away. This Friday, the Chiefs return to action at home when they host the Arizona Cardinals.

The Chiefs have three players returning from a torn ACL injury and a quarterback returning from a hand injury. All four of these players had their seasons cut short due to injury. This Friday will be their first time back in pads against another team.

But this preseason holds a lot of meaning for the Chiefs compared to past preseasons. The Chiefs went 1-11 in preseason games under previous head coach Todd Haley, which ultimately led to a 19-26 record under Haley.

This preseason, the Chiefs not only need positive outputs from their players, but they need to capitalize with some preseason wins.

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