Chiefs' 6 Biggest Priorities After 2024 Minicamp

What are the biggest priorities for the Super Bowl champs after minicamp?
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2. Get the new wide receivers as comfortable as possible...as quickly as possible

It's no secret that the Chiefs' offense struggled a bit last year. They were 15th in the league in points scored, middle of the pack (or worse) in rushing offense, and bottom-10 in turnovers (28 total). The fact that they were still able to win 11 games ultimately and win the Super Bowl is a credit to the way the offense turned up the heat in the playoffs, there's no doubt about it.

But over the course of an 18-week season, life could stand to be a little easier on Patrick Mahomes when it comes to the help he's getting from his receivers.

There's a reason why the Chiefs have gone and invested so much in that position over the last couple of years, but especially in 2024. They added Hollywood Brown in free agency and used a first-round pick on Texas star Xavier Worthy. Those two guys have the Chiefs' most coveted trait of all -- speed -- and now it's time to get those players up to speed as quickly as possible.

If both Brown and Worthy can hit the ground running for this Chiefs offense from Day 1, it's going to be a sight to behold for other NFL teams. And not in a good way. The Chiefs' offense having such explosive playmakers on the outside taking pressure off of Travis Kelce and forcing teams not to load the box on running downs?

Well, nobody wants to be giving Patrick Mahomes that kind of advantage.