The Kansas City Chiefs are in an area of the unknown if we are going off of what they are used to in the last four years. In that short time span, the Chiefs have had an immersed amount of success, more than any other team.

With three straight AFC Championship appearances, two AFC Championships, two Super Bowl appearances, and one super bowl win, this team is new to this kind of struggle.

Now, they have won this season of course, so it has not been a completely failed season. However, this team does not look the same whatsoever.

Kansas City is continuously struggling on both sides of the ball. One of them is expected, but one is not, making this win so much worse than it should be

Kansas City Chiefs win over Packers was not good

Anytime you have an offense like the one here in Kansas City, you will be one of the best, highest-scoring offenses in the league. And it isn’t like the Chiefs have lost a ton of players from last year to this year.

In fact, they added players that were better. The offensive line is much better on paper than it once was. The receivers are the same, minus Sammy Watkins. However, I don’t know if he was the ‘X-Factor’ for this team.

While the Chiefs won on Sunday afternoon against a depleted Green Bay Packers team, they morally took a loss. This “win” was horrible. Only scoring 13 points to a team without several of their best players, is embarrassing. Especially considering they have the reigning MVP sitting out as well.

One touchdown, and two field goals. That is it. I’m sorry, but this team’s expectations are so much better and higher than that. This team has the expectations to beat the Packers scoring more than that with Aaron Rodgers playing.

However, the defense did play well. L’Jarius Sneed was all over the field, and got himself an interception, making that his first of the season, and the fourth of his career.

With everyone in the AFC West notched at five wins, the Chiefs still have a chance to make the playoffs. But would we want to see this team in the playoff?

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