Podcast: Wrapping up the Chiefs’ 2015 season, looking ahead

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Jan. 22, 2016; Topeka, KS; Herbie Teope (left), Andy Burns (center), Amie Just (right) discussing the Chiefs' season for a podcast at the Capital-Journal. (Emily DeShazer/The Topeka Capital-Journal).

Jan. 22, 2016; Topeka, KS; Herbie Teope (left), Andy Burns (center), Amie Just (right) discussing the Chiefs’ season for a podcast at the Capital-Journal. (Emily DeShazer/The Topeka Capital-Journal).

The Kansas City Chiefs had a season to remember, from overcoming a 1-5 start to winning a historic 10 straight games to clinch a postseason berth.

The Chiefs won a playoff game in the opening round of Wild Card Weekend against the Houston Texans, marking first postseason win since Jan. 16, 1994, before losing to the New England Patriots in the AFC Divisional round.

While the Chiefs didn’t accomplish a goal to make the Super Bowl, the future looks bright.

The Chiefs posted a 31-17 record in three regular seasons with two postseason appearances (2013, 2015) under coach Andy Reid, who became the head coach in 2013.

Reid’s 64.6 winning percentage during that span is the top mark in franchise history for any coach in his first three seasons.

ChiefsDigest.com and The Topeka Capital-Journal recently sat down to put a wrap on the 2015 season, touching on a variety of subjects, and offer a preview of the offseason:

• What were the top highs and lows from the 2015 campaign?
• Who was the team’s MVP? The Defensive Player of the Year?
• Discussion on team needs heading into the offseason.
• Overview of free agents.

Those subjects and more, discussed here: