The Kansas City Chiefs lost Super Bowl LV. What’s next for the Chiefs?
Sunday night was a rough one for Chiefs Kingdom. Whether it was the officiating, dumb mistakes, dropped passes, extremely poor offensive line play, or just plain sadness that Kansas City Chiefs football is over for the next six months, there are not very many happy Chiefs fans at the moment.
But the only thing that can be done at this point is to get back up and start working for next season. Which begs the question — What’s next for the Kansas City Chiefs?
There are a variety of things that are going to change this offseason. This isn’t going
to be a “Run It Back” season like last year. Obviously, the offensive line has to and will look very different, the wide receiver room likely looks different, and maybe the cornerback and edge groups as well.
That’s just the portion that deals with the current roster.
The Chiefs will also have to navigate the free-agent market in the post-COVID, falling salary cap as well as processing a very different draft process which will obviously be affected by COVID. All of this must be done well this offseason – despite the imperfect conditions – if the Chiefs wish to avenge their Super Bowl loss.
This topic will be covered in more depth throughout the offseason, but while it’s fresh we will briefly touch on a few of the topics mentioned above. So what is next, Chiefs Kingdom?