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Final Verdict: Well, given that the Kansas City Chiefs have already matched their 2012 win total, it's probably safe to say that the Andy Reid era has gotten off to a solid start.
Kansas City quarterback Alex Smith accounted for 280 total yards, running back Jamaal Charles pitched in over 100 total yards and a score, and the Chiefs held off the Dallas Cowboys 17-16 for their first 2-0 start since 2005.
ESPN: Chiefs (10-3)
CBS Sports: Cowboys (5-3)
Fox Sports: Chiefs (3-2)
USA Today: Chiefs (4-3)
Bleacher Report: Tied (6-6)
Overall: Chiefs (26-19)
Last year, the Kansas City Chiefs were a 2-14 football team. They had the first overall pick in the 2013 NFL draft.
However, as last week's 28-2 dismemberment of the Jacksonville Jaguars showed, the arrival of head coach Andy Reid and quarterback Alex Smith may portend a quick turnaround for the Chiefs.
It's a testament to that quick turnaround that the majority of the experts believe the Chiefs will defeat a Dallas team in Week 2 coming off a Sunday night win over the New York Giants.
The Bleacher Report team split right down the middle on this game, so we'll look at both sides of the argument.
NFL National Lead Writer Matt Miller likes the Chiefs, writing, "Playing in Kansas City won't be easy, especially if Romo is still struggling with that rib injury. This one could go either way, but the home-field advantage is huge."
However, fellow National Lead Writer Mike Freeman disagrees, predicting that "Dallas overwhelms and goes 2-0" in an easy 28-10 win for the Cowboys.