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The Final Cut: Cardinals vs. Chiefs

The Cardinals seem to be overmatched on both sides of the ball. Special teams doesn't look much better. Is it possible for the 1-3 Cardinals to defeat the suddenly resurgent 1-2 Chiefs? They'll need to execute. And they'll need a little luck with a rookie QB making his first start.

Special Teams: The Chiefs have never had exemplary coverage units under any regime and that hasn't changed much in the Herm Edwards era.  Since their defenses have historically underperformed due to a lack of talent, the gentlemen backing them up haven't generally been as good as the other team's back-ups.  The same goes for their wide receivers (the other back-ups that participate on special...

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