Kansas City Chiefs: Four Thoughts Vs Miami Dolphins

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Sep 21, 2014; Miami Gardens, FL, USA; Kansas City Chiefs tight end

Travis Kelce

(right) celebrates his touchdown against the Miami Dolphins during the first half at Sun Life Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Steve Mitchell-USA TODAY Sports

The Kansas City Chiefs got their first win of the season with a 34-15 victory over the Miami Dolphins.

After two weeks of disappointment and injuries, the Chiefs were finally able to put together a solid game plan that got them the win. There were so many good, and bad, things that happened in this victory but I think we can all agree, it feels good to just get the win.

After starting off with a victory over the New England Patriots in week one, the Dolphins were thought to be a team that could be in the running for the AFC East crown and a playoff birth. So when we looked at this game on the schedule a week ago, you had to be thinking that this one was going to be a tough one for the boys in Red.

So while yes, it wasn’t necessarily a cake walk for the Chiefs, it was a good decisive win that this team desperately needed.

It’s nice to see some of the depth players (Joe McKnight, Chris Owens, James-Michael Johnson) stepping up for this team as well. Some fans have been calling for John Dorsey‘s head the last two weeks but between the Broncos game and today, he’s proven that he’s stock piled at the very least, adequate enough talent to win some ball games.

Let’s get to my five initial thoughts from today’s victory, starting with Andy Reid‘s game plan.