Something always goes missing in the wake of a catastrophe. In the face of an extreme event of any kind, the attention is rightfully paid on the overwhelming nature of such circumstances, and anything untied to the main event is immediately marginalized. It's simply the nature of things, even things in the NFL.

The Kansas City Chiefs season was, for all intents and purposes, a complete disaster in 2012, and it's not surprising that a lot of the smaller stories were cast aside to focus on the larger narrative -- a complete meltdown from top to bottom in an anniversary season. The league's worst record, the Jovan Belcher murder-suicide, the litany of injuries and the poor quarterback play all coalesced into a complete overhaul in the front office and coaching staff.