Kansas City Chiefs Need Improvements To Reach The Super Bowl

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Kansas City Chiefs defensive end  Tyson Jackson (94) Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

 

Super Bowl XLVIII is now over and teams will start the process in earnest to improve themselves enough to compete for a berth in next year’s Super Bowl. The Kansas City Chiefs have a lot of work to do to be considered a championship level team, but they have a terrific foundation of players.

The Seattle Seahawks drubbing of the Denver Broncos on Sunday night just highlighted how far the Chiefs have to go. The same offense that shredded the Kansas City defense twice was incredibly out manned by the physicality of the Seahawks defense.

The Chiefs lack a play maker on offense outside of Jamaal Charles, and they lack consistent stars on defense, despite six Pro Bowlers on that side of the ball. John Dorsey and Andy Reid must find a way to bolster the areas in which the Chiefs need help.

So, what areas do the Chiefs need to target the most in free agency or the draft? What areas do they need to improve on the most to challenge Denver for the AFC West title, and to be good enough to have a legitimate chance to make their first Super Bowl since 1970?

Here is a list of the top for areas the Chiefs to prioritize in the coming months.

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