The Kansas City Chiefs had an abysmal offense last year, scoring a league-low of 13.2 points per game. The biggest reason for not being able to score was lack of ball security. In total, the Chiefs came away with 17 touchdowns on offense.
The offense should perform better than last year in 2013—starting in Week 1.
The Jacksonville Jaguars finished 30th in total defense and 30th in points allowed. The Jaguars also did very little to recruit players to help improve in those categories.
With the Jaguars defense still a work in progress, the Chiefs revamped offense can take charge and come away with a lot of points.
How will Kansas City’s offense look in Week 1?