NFL Power Rankings: June Edition

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124. <p>Can Jeremy Maclin catch a touchdown pass in 2015? Considering how the Chiefs failed to get one pass to a wide receiver in the end zone last season, you can’t count on it. But on the other side of the ball, the Kansas City secondary may be one of the best in the league. Rookie Marcus Peters will likely start with Sean Smith at corner, and veteran Tyvon Branch from Oakland will make his presence known. Keep an eye on the Chiefs in the AFC (Wild) West.</p> <p><span style=. AFC West. 2014: 9-7. Kansas City Chiefs. 17. player

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