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Four presents KC Chiefs fans hope team will leave under Christmas tree

KANSAS CITY, MO - DECEMBER 24: A Kansas City Chiefs fan dressed as Santa Clause does the arrowhead chop during the first quarter of the game between the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on December 24, 2017 in Kansas City, Missouri. ( Photo by Jason Hanna/Getty Images )
KANSAS CITY, MO - DECEMBER 24: A Kansas City Chiefs fan dressed as Santa Clause does the arrowhead chop during the first quarter of the game between the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs at Arrowhead Stadium on December 24, 2017 in Kansas City, Missouri. ( Photo by Jason Hanna/Getty Images ) /
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Presents KC Chiefs fans hope to see under the tree – Clinching the No. 1 seed

All it takes for the Chiefs to ensure they have home-field advantage in the playoffs is to win one of their final two regular-season games. The easiest way is to win in Week 16 against the Falcons, which doesn’t seem too difficult, but anything can happen in sports. The Falcons are a sneaky team and could very well deal this Chiefs defense fits.

If the Chiefs get the No. 1 seed, they won’t have to hit the road again until they (hopefully) make it to Super Bowl LV and head to Tampa Bay. Their final two regular-season games are at Arrowhead Stadium and winning the AFC West means they’ll have at least one home playoff game, but getting the No. 1 seed means all Chiefs games will be played at Arrowhead until the Super Bowl in February.

While Chiefs Kingdom is confident that the team will get that coveted No. 1 seed, seeing that under the tree on Christmas would be one of the best gifts imaginable.

Presents KC Chiefs fans hope to see under the tree – Better defense

When the Chiefs turned things around and went on their dominant Super Bowl run last season, it was because their defense finally figured things out. Steve Spagnuolo did wonders for the Chiefs’ defense, which was the undoing of the 2018 team.

By the end of the 2019 season (including the playoffs), the Chiefs’ defense was one of the best in the league. When it came down to it, they made the plays needed in the Super Bowl and that proved to be the difference.

While the defense hasn’t been atrocious this season by any means, fans aren’t fully confident that this unit will be able to make a key stop when called upon in the playoffs. Having a better defense for the duration of the season would be a tremendous gift for Chiefs fans to receive on Christmas.

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What do you want to see under your tree on Christmas, Chiefs fans?