The Kansas City Chiefs have been the gold standard for offensive production since the beginning of the Patrick Mahomes era back in 2018. The team ranked first in the NFL in offense in 2021 and (despite losing Sammy Watkins to free agency) should be one of the league’s best once again.
ESPN’s Louis Riddick, universally respected for his views, believes the Chiefs might have the best offense of the Patrick Mahomes era in 2021.
The Chiefs traded for tackle Orlando Brown back in April and signed Joe Thuney, Kyle Long and Austin Blythe following a disastrous Super Bowl LV effort. The team also drafted receiver Cornell Powell from Clemson and tight end Noah Gray out of Duke to bolster its skilled position depth.