Kansas City Chiefs Working toward Playoffs

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Kansas City Chiefs
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A member of the Society of American Military Engineers, Mike Elmore is a United States Air Force veteran who serves as the CEO of California’s Sun Mountain, LLC, a utility and infrastructure project services firm. Outside of his professional endeavors, Mike Elmore is a passionate sports fan who supports the Arizona Cardinals and Kansas City Chiefs of the NFL.

The Chiefs have made the playoffs in three of the past four seasons and may be on their way to doing so again in 2017. Through the first month of the season, Kansas City was the only undefeated team in the NFL, with a perfect 4-0 record. The team’s offense ranked third in the league in points scored and second in total yards gained, while its defense ranked 10th in points allowed.

Kansas City opened the season with a 42-27 win over the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots and followed that with successive wins over the Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Chargers, and Washington Redskins. After trailing 10-0 in Week 4 against Washington, the Chiefs’ offense rallied, due in large part to quarterback Alex Smith and tight end Travis Kelce, who connected for a pair of big plays, including a 17-yard touchdown toward the end of the first half. Kansas City eventually won the game 29-20.

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