3. Matt Nagy - OC
We've been critical of Matt Nagy here and there's mounting evidence that he should not be the team's offensive coordinator in 2024. That can all change with a strong effort in the playoffs, so Nagy should feel as much pressure as anyone with the organization.
Numbers are down across the board for the Chiefs' offense this year. They've struggled to finish drives, continually drop passes and are plagued by turnovers. The entire season, it's looked like a lot of those problems revolve around poor coaching.
Travis Kelce's decline can explain some of the trouble, but outside of that, the only major personnel change was swapping out Rashee Rice for JuJu Smith-Schuster.
Given how well Rice played in his rookie campaign, it's safe to say his addition was not the problem. Instead, it looks like Nagy replacing Eric Bieniemy hurt this orgnization.
There's still time to flip the narrative, though I'll have significant questions about Nagy's future if the offense doesn't drastically improve.