Chiefs’ dynamic 2018 offense might just have been the beginning

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ST. JOSEPH, Mo. — Patrick Mahomes set just about every Kansas City Chiefs passing record last season and earned the league’s MVP award along the way, in large part because of his ability to find targets deep downfield. It made the Chiefs one of the most electrifying, entertaining offenses in football.
And it may have been merely a taste of what’s to come.
While few believe the second-year starter will surpass the 5,097 yards and 50 touchdown passes that Mahomes had last season, there are many reasons to believe the Chiefs’ quick-strike offense will be even more dynamic: the growth of their quarterback, the addition of speedy rookie wide receiver Mecole Hardman and the continued evolution of Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Sammy Watkins.
Start with the mop-haired quarterback with the big arm.
Mahomes was an unknown quantity heading into last season, when he was given the reins of coach Andy Reid’s complex offense following the offseason trade of Alex Smith. But he quickly proved that he was more than just a system quarterback from Texas Tech’s air-raid factory, showing an uncanny ability to dissect defenses and make the

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