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Chiefs, Broncos Need QBs to Thrive If They're Going to Catch Raiders

There are moments when the offense of the Kansas City Chiefs runs with the fluidity and sexiness of a woolly mammoth stuck knee deep in a tarpit. Baseball bats to the crotch provide more sensory enjoyment. Plodding, boring, unimaginative, check-down-happy, stuffed-screen-pass, matriculating down the field between naps...this at times is that offense. That was the first half of the game against Denver.
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