By Nick Shook
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It was like a 1960s Batman fight scene — Bam! A zone sprint up the middle. Boom! A screen to tight end Travis Kelce on the edge. Biff! Receiver Tyreek Hill on a jet sweep around the edge. Thwack! Kelce on a quick slant over the middle. And pow! Quarterback Alex Smith on the read option, scoring around the edge.
That was Kansas City’s offense in a nutshell against the Denver Broncos on Sunday night of Week 16. And really, it’s been that way for much of the season.
The Chiefs don’t air it out deep frequently, or deploy some revolutionary running scheme that leaves opposing coaches frustrated and flabbergasted. Kansas City wins with efficiency and reliable, sound execution. It comes quick, and from all angles. Continue reading