I believe the Kansas City Chiefs are a very good football team. You don’t go 4-0 the way the Chiefs have done in convincing fashion. But if they are a serious contender, they will take care of business against the Tennessee Titans.
The Titans are a good team in their own right with a 3-1 record, but they are obviously without their starting quarterback Jake Locker who left the game early against the New York Jets last week due to a hip injury. The Titans will go for the next couple weeks without him as they feature backup quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick.
To a lot people, Fitzpatrick starting may look like a simple and easy win for the Chiefs, but Fitzpatrick has actually owned them since 2008.
From the start of the 2008 season, Fitzpatrick has a 4-1 record against the Chiefs with throwing for 824 yards, eight touchdowns and two interceptions during that time. I’m sure the Chiefs are certainly aware of that and they won’t take him lightly.
The Chiefs turning the tables against Fitzpatrick may seem like nothing on the outside, but in that locker it will show that they have vastly improved from what they have been in recent years. I expect the Chiefs to handle their business and move on to 5-0.