Grading Kansas City Chiefs' Positional Units at the First Quarter Mark

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Grading Kansas City Chiefs' Positional Units at the First Quarter Mark
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When Todd Haley coached the Kansas City Chiefs, he talked about the season as being four separate quarters. He intimated that each set of four games should be judged on their own merit.

If that's the case, then Kansas City had best hope for three quarters of outstanding play to make up for the first one.

Four games into the season and the Chiefs already have fans pining for next year with their complete inability to do anything positive in the first quarter. By halftime, the games are already all but out of reach.

While this would be merely frustrating for a rebuilding team, it's infuriating and incomprehensible for a team with as much talent on its roster as the Chiefs have.

That feeling of futility drives this article assessing each position group's contribution to the Chiefs' lack of success in fielding a competent unit in the first quarter of the season.

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