Five Reasons The Kansas City Chiefs Will Win The AFC West

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Nov 30, 2014; Kansas City, MO, USA; Kansas City Chiefs general manager John Dorsey laughs with friends before the game against the Denver Broncos during the first half at Arrowhead Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Denny Medley-USA TODAY Sports

John Dorsey is probably smiling because he knows this Chiefs’ team has a chance to be really good.

It’s the third year of his quarterback/coach duo that has seen Kansas City win 20 games the past two seasons, after just 19 the previous three.

Yes, they playoff win drought is old enough to drink, but it will end soon.

And if you don’t think Smith is a good enough quarterback for this team, take a look at the list of the Chiefs’ five worst starting quarterbacks in history.

Once you do, you’ll be practically paying Smith yourself to keep him behind center.

Dorsey may not be Dayton Moore, but he has come to Kansas City and made fans realize Scott Piloi was worse than they thought — and that’s no small task.

It’s only been three years for Dorsey, but by that time of Piloi’s reign fans were wishing for Carl Peterson.

There’s every reason to trust that Dorsey will only continue to make this team better, and at this point, that means a division championship.

With an aging and injured Bronco’s team, a San Diego Charger’s squad that seems to disappoint every season and an Oakland Raider team that can improve by winning four games, this is the year for the Chiefs to show they are the best in the west.

And in turn, drop that playoff win drought streak down to zero.

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