The Kansas City Chiefs have dealt with some issues on offense so far this season after two games. In Week 1 against the Jacksonville Jaguars, the offense was held scoreless in the second half. Against the Cowboys, the Chiefs did not take advantage of the opportunities given to them, scoring only a pair of touchdowns.
Despite some of the struggles on offense, it's been more than enough to help the team kick off 2013 with a 2-0 record, equaling last year's win total. The offense has yet to commit a turnover and is playing much better than last season.
Going into Philadelphia, the Chiefs face an Eagles defense which ranks 30th in total defense and 31st against the pass. The Eagles allowed 60 points in two games.
Thursday night is a perfect chance for Kansas City's offense to turn the tide and work on some of its kinks.