KANSAS CITY, Mo. — You might see 9-7 as false hope. John Dorsey sees it as another launch pad.”As I look at this season, you know, did we lose some opportunities to go to the playoffs? Yeah, we lost some opportunities there,” the Kansas City Chiefs’ general manager said late Monday afternoon at a gathering of local writers inside the University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex. “But I think also there (were) some things that you can build off of and be positive (about).”We’re in the game of football to win the game. We’re not in the game to blow things up. I don’t think you can do that.”But, you know, these guys understand that in order to achieve a high level of success, you’re going to (have to) be in this thing together. I think we — if you were to look at our schedule, I think 11 of the teams we played this year were over .500. Was it challenging? You’re darn right it was challenging. We were the second-youngest team in the NFL. I think it shows that, to be competitive, week in and week out, you have to be consistent. And that’s the thing that you… Read full this story
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