The 2003 Kansas City Chiefs was a professional American football club in the National Football League. The team played in its 34th season and 44th overall. Head coach Dick Vermeil coached the team for his third season in Kansas City. The team finished the season with a record of 14-28 overall. The 2003 Kansas City Chiefs finished the season as the top seed in the NFC West division. After their disappointing season in 2002, the team was able to turn their season around and win the Super Bowl.
The season’s highlight was the team’s offensive line. It allowed Trent Green to throw for more than 4,000 yards and three touchdowns. Priest Holmes was also a big target from the outside. The defense struggled to contain the Colts in the playoffs, and the team’s weak defense was a hindrance. The defense of the team also failed to stop the Colts’ advance.
Although the Chiefs’ defense was not perfect, it became more reliable over time. While Dwayne Bowe and Matt Cassel were very promising as rookies, the Chiefs didn’t score much. The rookie class made a positive impact immediately and will continue to improve each week. Romeo Crennel, Chiefs’ defensive coordinator, transformed the defense into one the best in the NFL. It’s not surprising that the Chiefs are the favorite to win the Super Bowl.
The 2003 Kansas City Chiefs made the playoffs, but were eliminated in the Divisional Round by the Indianapolis Colts. The team had a record of 13-3-1 with a point differential -152 and could have been predicted that they would win the AFC West and be the second seed in playoffs. Despite their disappointing season, the Chiefs were still able to win five games on the road, and were 2-0 against AFC West opponents.
The 2003 Kansas City Chiefs ended the season with a record of 4-1. The Chiefs’ playoff game against the Indianapolis Colts was the first in NFL playoff history without a punt. The Chiefs honored former head coach Hank Stram at halftime. This game lasted three quarters, but the Chiefs were able to beat the Colts by two touchdowns. This was one of the most memorable games this season.
The 2003 Kansas City Chiefs were a team of contrasting styles and philosophies. The offense was dominant, with Steve McNair leading an offensive that included Eddie George and Eddie George. A solid front four led to a hard-nosed defense. Overall, the Chiefs finished 13-3, making them a favorite to win the Super Bowl. However, in 2003, they never got taken seriously.
The 2003 Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Denver Broncos to make it to the Super Bowl. They won the AFC West and earned a bye to the playoffs. They won the Super Bowl by a point and were the second seed in the playoffs. They defeated the Broncos 468-262 and forced two turnovers, while Drew Brees was only allowed one touchdown.