Here's a proud Summer tradition for Kansas City . . .
Now that the Royals are safely out of any real contention for post-season glory . . .
Everybody jumps back on the Chiefs bandwagon.
Here's reason for hope . . .
"There are still things Mahomes has to work on heading into 2021, as his 7.6 average depth of yards thrown was a career-low (30th of 36 qualified passers). He also had just 9.7% of his passes that traveled 20-plus yards downfield, which was also a career low. Mahomes is working on improving those numbers by refining his game with his trainer, Bobby Stroupe, who moved into the Kansas City area last year and has been working with his client on his strength training -- maximizing his potential."
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