2. Kansas City Chiefs
The Kansas City Chiefs traded Tyreek Hill this offseason and that definitely has an impact on the offensive ceiling of this team. If the Chiefs come up against a team that can contain Travis Kelce then it is going to be much harder for the team to convert the incredible third and longs that they previously did with Hill on the roster.
That being said, the Chiefs still have arguably the best quarterback in the league (until Justin Herbert surpasses him in 2022) with an incredible offensive line that the Chiefs completely rebuilt over the last two years.
Travis Kelce, even if he is starting to regress a bit with age, is still one of the best pass-catching tight ends in the league and still put together a good season in 2022. Clyde Edwards-Helaire is a talented running back that should pick up at least 1,200 yards from scrimmage and the receiving corps is still talented.
The Chiefs do lack a true no. 1 receiver but they made up for that with depth. Juju Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Skyy Moore are three solid additions and if Mahomes is as good as we think he is then those guys should be elevated some.
While the Chiefs are the second-best offense the Chargers face in 2022, they are no longer the unbeatable juggernaut that they once were. There used to be such a gap between the Chiefs and everyone else offensively and now the team is not even the best offense the Chargers play in 2022.
Plus, you could even argue that the Chargers will be the better offensive team next season.