The TWO Chiefs players who can make Mahomes even BETTER: Let the NFL TREMBLE! -O

The two Chiefs players who can make Mahomes even better: Let the NFL tremble!

The Kansas City Chiefs clinched their second consecutive Super Bowl title and their third in five seasons, but their offense wasn’t as dominant as in past years .

In fact, they ranked 14th in points per game last season and that they led the league with 28 dropped passes and had a drop rate of 12 percent.

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Patrick Mahomes averaged just seven yards per attempt, the lowest of his career, but according to CBS Sports’ Garrett Podell, this statistic suggests that the 28-year-old quarterback still has room to improve.

Last season, Mahomes threw for 4,183 yards and 27 touchdowns, with 14 interceptions and a 67.2 percent completion rate. While these are strong numbers, they fall short of the high standards he set in his previous three seasons.

Problems addressed in offseason

Podell notes that one reason for the Chiefs’ offensive struggles was a lackluster supporting cast. Beyond tight end Travis Kelce and rookie standout Rashee Rice, no other Kansas City receiver surpassed 500 yards, though Justin Watson came close with 460 yards.

This offseason, the Chiefs seem to be addressing these issues, indicating that their offensive performance could improve next season.

“Naturally, Kansas City added depth to its receiver room this offseason by selecting Texas wide receiver Xavier Worthy, who ran a record 4.21 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine, 28th overall in the 2024 NFL Draft and signing deep threat Marquise “Hollywood” Brown, a 2019 first-round pick of the Baltimore Ravens,” Podell wrote.

“With those two on board in 2024, Mahomes’ deep passing game should return, leading to plenty of improvement.”

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