Showcasing Biggest Strengths and Draft Needs of Kansas City Chiefs

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Showcasing Biggest Strengths and Draft Needs of Kansas City Chiefs
Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

Ineptitude on the field and tragedy off of it has marred the 2012 Kansas City Chiefs season, leaving the team's future very much up in the air heading into the offseason. 

Beginning with when the clock strikes zero in their Week 17 game, the Chiefs will have a huge decision regarding head coach Romeo Crennel and general manager Scott Pioli.

Crennel has been at the helm for just one season in Kansas City, but the team is just 2-12 heading into Week 16 and has been noncompetitive for much of the season. Pioli, meanwhile, has just one winning season in four years with Kansas City and is the man ultimately responsible for the roster deficiencies.

Still, there has been no inkling any decision as just yet, so it's possible that both could be around in 2013. The individual players, on the other hand, are far easier to project. With that in mind, let's take a look at a complete breakdown of the Chiefs' roster, highlighting both the team's strengths and needs in April's draft. 

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