Chiefs Twitter Has Some Strong Words for Rest of NFL Heading into 2019 Season

Max Staley
AFC Championship - New England Patriots v Kansas City Chiefs
AFC Championship - New England Patriots v Kansas City Chiefs / Ronald Martinez/Getty Images

Whoever is running the Kansas City Chiefs' Twitter page is feeling pretty confident. On August 7, the Chiefs' Twitter sent this out into the world, and put the rest of the NFL on notice.

With Patrick Mahomes, Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and the others pictured here, it's hard to blame Kansas City for its bravado. Last season, the Chiefs led the NFL in points per game (PPG) by a pretty wide margin, averaging 35.3 PPG. Every other team averaged below 33.0 PPG.

Last season, Mahomes tossed 50 touchdowns and threw for 5,097 yards. Keep in mind, that was his first year as the Chiefs' starting QB. There's a chance Mahomes could exceed his 2018 production now that he's had another season to familiarize himself with the NFL and Kansas City's offense.

And if Mahomes does take a step forward, it's hard to imagine anyone topping the Chiefs.

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