Continuing from last night’s blog, AAV Sports is still profiling the AFC West prospective outlook for the upcoming 2016-17 season. Yesterday, AAV Sports and DraftDaddyV profiled the Chiefs 2016 Rookie Class and will furthermore analyze what to expect from the Kansas City Chiefs’ offense next season for fantasy football implications. We have simulated the Chiefs offensive projections through our own database in order to predict who might be worth taking in the early rounds of your upcoming fantasy draft. Even though football action is still seven full weeks away, it’s never too early to prepare for this upcoming season.
Chiefs Offensive Statistics from 2015
- Record 11-5
- 2nd in AFC West Division
- Scored 405 points (25.3 ppg) which was good for 9th overall
Offensive Coordinator- Doug Pederson (Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles)
Spread Game Analysts- Brad Childress
When averaging five of the eligible players last statistically reasonable seasons, AAV Sports projects the expected output fantasy football fans can expect from the selected leaders of the Chiefs. Rookies from the previous year will not be accounted for. Ex. Charcandrick West
Quarterback Alex Smith: Attempts 446, Completions 279, Completion Percentage 62.5 percent, Yards 3,314, Touchdowns 18, Interceptions 7.
Running back Jamaal Charles: Attempts 234, Yards 1,283, Average 5.52 yards, Touchdowns 8 , Receptions 46, Receiving yards 397, Touchdowns 3.
Wide Receiver Jeremy Maclin– Receptions 75, Yards 1,021, Touchdowns 8.
Tight End Travis Kelce– Receptions 70, Yards 868, Touchdowns 5
Chiefs Defensive Statistics from 2015
- Allowed 287 points (17.9 ppg) which was good for 3rd overall
- 22 interceptions
- 12 forced fumbles
Defensive Coordinator: Bob Sutton