In every NFL game, there are winners and losers.
Unfortunately for the Kansas City Chiefs, no one really came out a winner in their 31-3 blowout defeat against Miami on Sunday.
Here are the biggest winners and losers from KC's home loss against the Dolphins in Week 9.
Wideout Steve Breaston had a career day for the red and gold on Sunday.
Other than teammate Dwayne Bowe, he was the only player to really get anything going for the Chiefs' offense on this day.
The former Arizona Cardinal had seven catches for 115 yards, including a 37-yard catch and run in the third quarter.
He should continue to be a solid weapon in this offense for the remainder of this season.
The KC O-line had arguably their worst performance of the season so far.
They allowed the Dolphins' pass rush to sack QB Matt Cassel five times and were called for multiple penalties as well.
They also struggled with run blocking, as they were unable to open up holes for RB Jackie Battle and the Kansas City rushing attack.
Hopefully this game isn't a sign of things to come for this unit going forward.
Dwayne Bowe played like Dwayne Bowe in this game.
He had a couple really nice catches, but he also was unable to haul in a couple of other passes that he should have caught.
Overall, he played well enough to be a winner in this contest for the Chiefs.
Nice job, D-Bowe.
Cassel had one of his worst games of the season against Miami in Week 9.
Of course, he didn't have much help from his offensive line, who had him running for his life for much of the day.
However, the Chiefs' starting quarterback was very inconsistent once again, and he never really got into a rhythm with his receiving corps.
Cassel is going to have to play better in the coming weeks, as he will be playing against much better defenses than Miami has to offer.
Chiefs linebacker Jovan Belcher had a decent day against the Dolphins' offense in Week 9.
Even though he missed a few tackles, Belcher was able to lead the KC defense in that area, as he tallied nine stops for the game.
Even though the former University of Maine star had a good game, he and his defensive teammates can't feel good after getting dominated by a struggling Miami offensive unit.
Not even a good effort from Pro Bowl linebacker Tamba Hali would have saved the Chiefs' pass rush in this game.
Hali and the KC defense were limited to zero sacks in the contest, and they were hardly able to get any pressure on Miami QB Matt Moore.
Moore used this to his advantage, as he sliced up the Kansas City secondary all game.
A lack of pass rush seems to be a recurring theme for this Chiefs defense, and it is something that will have to improve if this team is going to have any shot at making the playoffs this year.
It's never usually a very good day if your kicker is one of the biggest winners, and this game was no different for the Chiefs.
Succop produced touchbacks on both of his kickoffs and also accounted for the only Chiefs points with a 43-yard field goal on their opening drive.
The former South Carolina Gamecock has now connected on his last nine field goal attempts and appears to be gaining confidence with each passing week.
It was a very rough game for Todd Haley and his team against the Dolphins in Week 9.
The Chiefs looked unprepared, unorganized and appeared to be flat for the entire 60 minutes of action.
This is also the third time that Haley's squad has been blown out this season, and this reflects poorly on their coach going forward.
I guess this means that his "lucky beard" will now be gone.
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