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Sure, the Kansas City Chiefs did not end up making the playoffs, but overall, they had a pretty solid year.
They finished 9-7 and got knocked out of playoff contention in the last week of the playoffs. Sure, the Chiefs are known as a running team, and they have one of the best running backs in the league, Jamaal Charles.
But there’s still no excuse for the Chiefs finishing out the season they way they did on Sunday, without a single touchdown catch by one of their wide recievers. That’s right, the last time a Kansas City wide received caught a touchdown pass was in week 14 of last season.
That’s well over a year ago. Believe it or not, this isn’t the first time this has happened. Actually, four team have gone all year without having a wide out score a touchdown. According to NFL stats, the last team to do it was the 1964 New York Giants.