Chiefs at 8-3 face doubts about winning their third Super Bowl in five seasons.
Star quarterback Patrick Mahomes is having a less impressive season, and the team lacks a strong wide receiver.
LeSean McCoy, speaking on FS1’s “Speak,” believes Mahomes can lead the Chiefs back to the Super Bowl.
McCoy highlights the Chiefs' strong defense, currently ranking fourth in total yards allowed and third in points given up.
Chris Jones, a star defensive lineman, acknowledges the team's reliance on their historically strong offense.
Departures of Tyreek Hill and JuJu Smith-Schuster leave a gap in the passing game, but McCoy sees potential in rookie WR Rashee Rice.
McCoy, a Super Bowl winner with Mahomes in 2019, emphasizes Mahomes' ability to always find a way to win.
The Chiefs' current advantage may lie in a weakened AFC, with key players like Joe Burrow and Mark Andrews facing injuries.
Tight end Travis Kelce continues to perform well, providing consistency in the offense.
Despite challenges, McCoy and others see a path for the Chiefs to succeed, driven by Mahomes' resilience and a strong defensive performance.