USA TODAY's Nate Davis has delivered his yearly record projections (supporter just), this time for the 2022 NFL season.
Davis has the Kansas City Chiefs going 11-6 on the season, which is another misfortune than he anticipated for their 2021 record.
indicated by Davis' projection, the Chiefs will make division history, winning the AFC West for the seventh sequential season.
It will expand the group's record of six-straight AFC West titles, yet this time they'll get the success through sudden death round.
They'll likewise acquire the third seed in the AFC in the end of the season games, however Davis predicts they'll lose in the special case round to the 6th cultivated Los Angeles Chargers.
They're the just other AFC West group to make the end of the season games, additionally with a 11-6 generally speaking record.
Davis takes care of worries of relapse in an extremely coherent manner — the Chiefs actually have their lead trainer and star quarterback
the two most significant parts of a triumphant NFL group.
While flights of Mathieu and Hill will be felt, they have the pieces set up to conquer those misfortunes through a 17-game season.
The end of the season games, notwithstanding, appear to be an alternate monster to Davis.
I believe that is sensible to anticipate considering the present situation.
Kansas City didn't simply lose players this offseason, yet they lost a ton of players with NFL season finisher experience.