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The Chiefs have a schedule that they should be able to manage has they continue to grow as a team.
Taking a closer look at it, here's why:
Denver: They will continue to implode. It's not that they don't have talent. Their problems run far deeper than their 2-6 record. They will fight much harder in this game than they have recently, but the Chiefs will win.
Arizona: They will have very little chance of beating a good Chief team who is undefeated so far at home this year. They simply do not have the talent.
Seattle: Never an easy game for a visiting team, but I think the Giants showed their weaknesses, even without their starting quarterback. The Chiefs will game plan well for the game and I think they Hawks will have a hard time stopping the Chiefs new found pass attack, and of course, their running game.
Denver: This one will be in Arrowhead. I think the Chiefs have a reasonable chance of going undefeated at home. If the Chiefs beat Denver this week, the Broncos then have to travel to San Diego. They will have little chance in that game. By then, the turmoil taking place in Denver will be overwhelming.
San Diego: The Chiefs travel to San Diego. I honestly don't see the Chiefs winning this game. Just being honest.
St. Louis: They are very much an up and coming team, and could pose a problem for KC. That said, I still think the Chiefs can go into St. Louis and win. They do have a rookie quarterback. He's very good, but very young and I think the Chiefs have more talent.
Tennessee: I believe this will be the toughest home game of the year for the Chiefs. This is a talented team that just added Randy Moss. That, however, can go either way. Do they become a better team? That remains to be seen. Also, I think we'll have a much better team in late December.
Oakland: Last game of the year, at home. Not a chance do the Raiders come into Arrowhead on that day and beat the Chiefs. None. The only way that would happen is if the Chiefs already wrapped up the division and had nothing to play for and rested their players. I don't foresee that as being the case.