Last year, aside from receivers who can't catch, the Cheifs biggest weaknesses were the offensive line and the defensive front seven yet the team did very little to address either.
So they brought in guard Ryan Lilja and center Casey Wiegmann, so what? Wiegman is an undersized has been at 37 years old standing 6'2'' 285 pounds.
Ryan Lilja is injury prone and undersized as well at 6'2'' 290. Last year he was a lone weak-spot on an otherwise stout o-line, there's a reason the Colts didn't even tender or attempt to resign him. He was too small and didn't fit the Colts scheme, last time I checked the Chiefs don't run a scheme where small o-linemen fit in either.
Then there's the draft, where the Chiefs continued to ignore their needs selecting luxury picks.
First they got Eric Berry, sure he was arguably the best safety in the draft but he will do little to help the run defense or produce sacks.
Then they grabbed Dexter McCluster and Javier Arenas. Unfortunately those two players have one thing in common, they are both better on special teams than they are at their respective positions. I mean what is a 5'9'' corner going to do against Vincent Jackson, Louis Murphy, Demaryius Thomas and the rest of the AFC West receivers?
This is a team that waited until the third round before drafting players of need taking Jon Asomoah and Tony Moeaki.