“The most valuable commodity I know of is information”—Gordon Gekko (Wall Street 1987)
This week the Kansas City Chiefs will face off against the Indianapolis Colts and rookie quarterback Andrew Luck. On paper it is a 2-12 team with no incentive to win, facing off against a 9-5 team that is in the thick of a playoff race.
In such a scenario the Chiefs might do well to follow Gordon Gecko’s advice from the movie Wall Street (1987). On paper Kansas City looks outmatched, but a deeper look at the stats shows how the team might carve out a victory. Indeed information is the most valuable commodity to the Kansas City Chiefs this week if they hope to come out on top.
So what can the Chiefs learn from the information out there?
Here are 10 key points to consider while planning their way to victory.