Player cost-to-win Ratio:
The Chiefs seem primed for a breakout season thanks to a wealth of talent and a new head coach in Andy Reid, but recent seasons have offered little but disappointment for the team's fans. Kansas City had just one winning season from 2007 to 2011, and its 27 wins in that time are the NFL's third-fewest. At least the team didn't overspend for the futility; only the Bengals and Buccaneers have averaged lower player expenses. (Getty Images) More From Forbes
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