1. Rams, Chiefs both have dynasty potential
Since neither the Rams or Chiefs have officially won a Super Bowl yet with this current squad, they obviously can’t be part of the dynasty conversation at the moment, although that doesn’t mean the potential isn’t there. When looking at all of the talent both Los Angeles and Kansas City has to work with for years to come, there’s every reason to believe that if one of these teams does end up hoisting the Lombardi Trophy come February, this could only be the first of a few in the future.
Of course, it’s important for the Rams and Chiefs to be focusing on this current season since there are no guarantees at the moment that either team will end up earning a trip to Atlanta when looking at some of the competition standing in their way. While Los Angeles will be battling with the New Orleans Saints for that top seed in the NFC, Kansas City has two teams of their own to worry about in the New England Patriots and Los Angeles Chargers.
Rivalries always make for the best of games in the NFL, and if Monday’s meeting was the start of new one in the league, football fans wouldn’t be disappointed one bit. After seeing what the Rams and Chiefs provided in Week 11, it’s safe to say everyone watching the game was left wanting more in a contest that exceeded all expectations.