By Peter Bukowski
December 24, 2013
The pairing of Chip Kelly (left) and LeSean McCoy has proved devastating for opposing defenses.
Alex Brandon/AP

3. Jamaal Charles, RB, Kansas City Chiefs (3): Even during a disappointing week for the Chiefs, Charles shined. He rushed for 106 yards and a touchdown on just 13 carries for the Chiefs and added another five receptions. He's the entire Chiefs offense and his numbers are every bit as good as McCoy's.

3. Andy Reid, Kansas City Chiefs (2): As uninspiring as Sunday's loss to the Colts was, the Chiefs didn't have much to play for. The five seed is essentially theirs and the Colts are the inevitable four seed, leaving the Week 16 matchup as a playoff preview. That being said, Kansas City has lost four of its last six games, all to teams either in the playoffs, or still with playoff hopes. It's exactly the kind of late-season struggles Reid needed to avoid after starting the season so hot. Are the Chiefs really good or just really good against bad teams? We may not know the answer until playoff time.

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