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Old 06-12-2004   #2
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Well, as we've all seen over the past few years defense wins championships. The Chiefs do fine during the regular season with their subpar defense. However, a team needs a balance of offense and defense to win the big game. Take New England for example. Their defense wasn't stifling, and it wasn't being compared to the 85 Bears or the Ravens, but it got stops or turnovers when it needed to do so. Their offense wasn't prolific either by any means, it simply scored when it needed to also. I think the Chiefs main problem was their bad luck drawing an equally impressive offensive team in the Colts. Does that mean they would have faired any better if they'd drawn another opponent? Probably not. They might have gotten past the first game, but they never would have made it to the Super Bowl. The point is that the Chiefs time is running out to win a title, and since the biggest offseason addition was the D-Coordinator it doesn't look like they'll win it this year either unlesss he has a tremendous impact.
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