The theme of the Chiefs' 2011 season was turmoil. Before the season even kicked off, first-round pick Jonathan Baldwin broke his thumb in a locker room fight with Thomas Jones, ultimately causing him to miss his first five career games. Then ACL's started giving out left and right. First, Tony Moeaki, their only receiving threat at tight end, tore his in the team's final preseason game. Then it was star safety Eric Berry in Week 1, followed the very next week by Jamaal Charles, the team's most dynamic offensive weapon. If that wasn't enough, Matt Cassel broke his right hand in Week 10, and after a 5-8 start, head coach Todd Haley was fired.
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