Kansas City Chiefs
It is not easy for a team that wins double-digit amount of games in three of the past four seasons to go under the radar, but the Chiefs have managed to do that. They have been a strong regular season team under Andy Reid but crumble in the postseason. Part of the reason for the lack of postseason success is a lackluster offense.
With glorified game manager Alex Smith under center, there is only so much the Chiefs can do. He does not have the strongest arm and plays almost painstakingly careful. The only way for the Chiefs to upgrade their offense is to give him more weapons that can create plays and Marshall is capable of doing that.
The Chiefs have some solid playmakers already in the fold with tight end Travis Kelce, wide receiver Tyreek Hill, and wide receiver Jeremy Maclin. But, Marshall could take them to the next level playing on the outside opposite Maclin with Hill and Kelce causing havoc over the middle.
Reid has experience working with temperamental players, as he had Terrell Owens in Philadelphia. He should have no problem handling Marshall and he would help the team win games. The Chiefs need more players to strike fear in opposing defenses and Marshall would help them accomplish that.
The problem for the Chiefs is that they have virtually no salary cap space. They will have to get creative if they want to add a player such as Marshall.