Kansas City Chiefs: Ten Worst Seasons in Team History

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Matt Cassel #7 of the Kansas City Chiefs fumbles the ball (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

Matt Cassel #7 of the Kansas City Chiefs fumbles the ball (Photo by Tom Szczerbowski/Getty Images)

While the Kansas City Chiefs have had a lot of success over the past three seasons, it hasn’t always been rainbows and smiles for the franchise. What have been some of the worst seasons in team history?

The Kansas City Chiefs have been a fun team to watch over the past three years. Since Andy Reid has come to town, the team has compiled records of 11-5, 9-7, 11-5 again, and 12-4, all winning seasons, three consisting of playoff appearances, and one resulting in a division title.

Even though Chiefs fans have enjoyed the past few seasons, it’s not difficult to think back to just a few years ago when the team was a joke and one of the worst in the entire league.

The KC Chiefs used to be the type of team that would kick butt one season, and then once the media was all about them “going the distance” the following year, they’d suck, not having a winning record or making it to the playoffs. They’d then slump back into not being relevant, and then the cycle would repeat itself.

Chiefs fans, despite the terrible seasons, still show up to Arrowhead and continue to make it one of the loudest stadiums in the entire NFL (and in sports), which is why it’s so damn fun to be a sports lover in this city.

So what have been the ten worst seasons in Kansas City Chiefs history? Let’s take a look.

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