Once again, the Kansas City Chiefs are the top dogs in the NFL, with Patrick Mahomes and company winning a second Super Bowl title under head coach Andy Reid last season.
Reid’s squad has taken another step toward becoming a dynasty, with Mahomes and Travis Kelce now in the conversation for being the best ever to do it at their respective positions.
Mahomes has a long way to go to catch up to Tom Brady with seven titles, but it’s not beyond the realm of possibility he can get there in Kansas City.
As for Kelce, he’s arguably the greatest tight end in NFL history and will only add to his legacy from here on out.
Heading into the 2023 NFL season, the Chiefs will be the team to beat, and ESPN’s Herm Edwards believes Kansas City will be the “hunted” team, with every opponent wanting to take down the champs via NFL on ESPN.
Herm Edwards questions if the @Chiefs will be ready to be "the hunted" this season 👀 pic.twitter.com/MLwc46iscQ
— NFL on ESPN (@ESPNNFL) May 24, 2023
The AFC will be as tough as ever during the 2023 campaign, with the majority of the best teams in the league being in the conference.
Edwards is right that every contender in the league will be gunning for the Chiefs next season, and there’s no telling whether Reid’s squad can continue to compete with the best of the best.
The Buffalo Bills, Cincinnati Bengals, Miami Dolphins, and Baltimore Ravens will all be ready for battle once the season rolls around, with Kansas City needing to be on top of their game if they intend to repeat as Super Bowl champions.NEXT: Patrick Mahomes Names His Top-5 Greatest QB's Of All-Time