Chargers Vs. Chiefs, Week 4: Arrowhead Pride examines the Chiefs' struggles

Arrowhead Pride notes that even the Chiefs themselves don't understand the 1-3 start.

Lots of things went wrong in Sunday's 37-20 loss to the San Diego Chargers for the Kansas City Chiefs. Some are already questioning the logic of starting Matt Cassell at quarterback, but Arrowhead Pride points out that even the Chiefs themselves don't know what the biggest problem is:

The Chiefs three losses this season have all come by more than two scores. They're not only losing but they're having meltdowns -- on both sides of the ball. That seems like a coaching issue. I'm not absolving the players of blame -- there are players to blame, some more than others -- but this team has too much talent to consistently being blown out like this.

Kansas City still has two more games to play before their bye week, but hosting the high-flying Ravens this coming week will not be an easy task. Kansas City is already two games behind San Diego in the divisional race already.

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