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Look out for the defending champions

The red and gold confetti still feels like it’s falling on the streets of Kansas City and as the 2023 NFL campaign begins, Chiefs fans are hoping that their superstar quarterback and unstoppable tight end will continue to wreak havoc on the AFC West.

The Kansas City Chiefs keep building a lasting legacy after a 2022 NFL Season that ended in the best way possible – clinching their third Super Bowl title. The Chiefs win was a testament to their resilience, as they had to overcome adversity during the season, including injuries to key players – and most famously, an ankle injury that hobbled superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes throughout the playoffs.

Their roster, led by dynamic-duo Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce, is one to fear. Even with the departure of wide receiver JuJu Smith-Schuster to the New England Patriots, they tapped a youth movement en route to their Super Bowl victory – holding the tenth youngest overall roster in the NFL.

The Kansas City Chiefs have the fifth-toughest schedule to navigate in 2023-2024, but they are still the favorites to win the AFC West. They will open the season at home against the reawakened Detroit Lions, and they will also face the Buffalo Bills, Green Bay Packers, Philadelphia and others at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium. Some of the key games on the road feature the Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos, and Los Angeles Chargers, all of whom are playoff contenders, and they’ll have to travel all the way to Frankfurt, Germany, to play against the Miami Dolphins as part of the NFL’s International Series.

In this 11th season under head coach Andy Reid, and as reigning champions, the Chiefs aim to achieve a rare feat – becoming the first team in 20 years to secure back-to-back Super Bowl victories since the New England Patriots did it in 2003 and 2004 seasons. Fueled by brilliant, generational quarterback play and key defensive pieces, the Chiefs 2023 season will be one to watch.

Recapping a Magical Kansas City Chiefs 2022 NFL Season

Head coach Andy Reid’s 10th season with the Chiefs couldn’t have been better. With a season record of 14-3, After winning nine games by Week 12, the Chiefs secured their 10th consecutive winning season, the best in franchise history. They also won their division for the seventh time in a row after beating the Houston Texans in Week 15. This was the eighth year in a row that they made the playoffs, which is also their best record ever. By winning in Week 18 against the Raiders, the Chiefs got the best position in their conference. They played their fifth AFC Championship Game in a row at home and won against the Cincinnati Bengals with a score of 23–20, and then won Super Bowl LVII in Glendale, Arizona, after beating the season’s favorites, the Philadelphia Eagles, 38 to 35. This was their third championship in franchise history and the second in four years.

The partnership between both regular season and Super Bowl MVP, Patrick Mahomes, and tight-end Travis Kelce, is a gift that keeps on giving. The quarterback had the NFL’s best passing stats, passing for 5,250 yards and 41 touchdown passes, and even after injuring his ankle in the divisional round game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, he powered through the rest of the playoffs and was key in achieving their third Super Bowl win. Kelce also had a very productive season, with 1,338 receiving yards and 12 receiving touchdowns.

The trade of seven-time Pro Bowl wide receiver Tyreek Hill to the Miami Dolphins certainly looked like a big loss for the Chiefs in the offseason, but the additions of JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling to the roster were very positive for the team, with them combining forf 1,620 receiving yards, 5 receiving touchdowns and 30 points. 2022 7th round draft pick and team’s Rookie of the Year Isaiah Pacheco also had a great season. The running back had 830 rushing yards and 5 rushing touchdowns, making him reach top 25 rankings in the league. Defensive end Chris Jones also had an outstanding season, with 44 defensive tackles and 15.5 sacks.

Who did the Kansas City Chiefs acquire in the 2023 NFL Draft?

The Kansas City Chiefs acquired the following players in the 2023 NFL Draft:

  • Round 1, Pick 31: Felix Anudike-Uzomah, DE, Kansas State
  • Round 2, Pick 55: (From DET): Rashee Rice, WR, SMU
  • Round 3, Pick 92: (From CIN): Wanya Morris, OT, Oklahoma
  • Round 4, Pick 119: (From DET via MIN): Chamarri Conner, DB, Virginia Tech
  • Round 5, Pick 166: BJ Thompson, DE, Stephen F. Austin
  • Round 6, Pick 194: (From DET): Keondre Coburn, DT, Texas
  • Round 7, Pick 250: Nick Jones, CB, Ball State (Compensatory pick)

Who else did the Kansas City Chiefs sign for the 2023 Season?

The Kansas City Chiefs acquired several players for this season to strengthen their roster. They acquired the following players from other teams:

  • Byron Cowart, DE, Indianapolis Colts
  • Matt Dickerson, DE, Atlanta Falcons
  • Mike Edwards, S, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Blaine Gabbert, QB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Sebastian Gutierrez, T, Las Vegas Raiders
  • Lamar Jackson, CB, Denver Broncos
  • Richie James, WR, New York Giants
  • Charles Omenihu, DE, San Francisco 49ers
  • Donovan Smith, T, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Jawaan Taylor, T, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Drue Tranquill, LB, Los Angeles Chargers
  • Chris Williams, DT, Indianapolis Colts
  • Duron Lowe, CB, Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Olakunle Fatukasi, LB, New England Patriots

They also picked up the following undrafted free agents:

  • Montrae Braswell, CB, Missouri State
  • Jerome Carvin, G, Tennessee
  • Anthony Cook, S, Texas
  • Kekoa Crawford, WR, California
  • Izaiah Gathings, TE, Middle Tennessee State
  • Chukwuebuka Jason Godrick, T, from Nigeria via the NFL’s International Player Pathway Program
  • Kahlef Hailassie, CB, Western Kentucky
  • Anderson Hardy, T, Appalachian State
  • Cam Jones, LB, Indiana
  • Truman Jones, DE, Harvard
  • Deneric Prince, RB, Tulsa
  • Nikko Remigio, WR, Fresno State
  • Ty Scott, WR, Missouri State
  • Reese Taylor, CB, Purdue
  • Anthony Witherstone, CB, Merrimack

Kansas City Chiefs Key Matchups in 2023

The Kansas City Chiefs acquired several players for this season to strengthen their roster. They acquired the following players from other teams.

  • Week 4 at New York Jets: The Jets are expected to make some noise in the AFC with the signing of Super Bowl-winning quarterback, Aaron Rodgers. The matchup between Rodgers and Mahomes is always exciting to see.
  • Week 6 vs. Denver Broncos: The Chiefs are hosting an early Thursday Night Football against one of their biggest rivals, the Denver Broncos. A Chiefs victory could start paving a path to AFC West dominance.
  • Week 9 vs. Miami Dolphins: This game will be special as it is part of the NFL International Series. It will be held at Frankfurt, Germany and the Chiefs are the designated home team.
  • Week 18 at Los Angeles Chargers: The Chiefs will close their regular season away from home at SoFi Stadium against the Los Angeles Chargers. Mahomes has never lost a divisional road game, and it will be interesting to see where that record stands to close out the 2023 regular season.

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FAQs about Kansas City Chiefs 2024 Game Schedule And Tickets

When were the Kansas City Chiefs established and joined the NFL?

The Kansas City Chiefs were established in 1959 as the Dallas Texans. They were one of the eight charter members of the American Football League (AFL). The Chiefs joined the NFL in 1970 as a result of the AFL-NFL merger. They play in the AFC West conference.

Who owns the Kansas City Chiefs?

The Kansas City Chiefs are owned by the Hunt family. The current chairman and CEO of the team is Clark Hunt, the son of Lamar Hunt, who founded the team in 1959. Clark's siblings, Sharron, Lamar Jr., and Daniel, also own shares of the team. The Hunt family is one of the wealthiest families in America with a net worth of over $15 billion. The Hunt family also owns the Major League Soccer team, FC Dallas.

Who is the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs?

The head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs is Andy Reid. He has been the head coach of the Chiefs since 2013. He previously served as the head coach of the Philadelphia Eagles from 1999 to 2012. Reid is a three-time Super Bowl champion, winning one Super Bowl with the Green Bay Packers as an assistant coach (1996) and two Super Bowls with the Chiefs as head coach (2020, 2023). He is considered to be one of the best head coaches in NFL history, with a career regular season record of 247-138-1 and a career playoff record of 22-16. He is the only head coach in NFL history to have won 100 games with two different franchises.

Who are the Chiefs other personnel and assistant coaches?

  • Dave Toub, Assistant head coach/special teams coordinator
  • Steve Spagnuolo, defensive coordinator
  • Matt Nagy, offensive coordinator
  • Andy Hill, special teams assistant
  • Brett Veach, general manager

How many championships have the Kansas City Chiefs won?

The Chiefs have five Super Bowl appearances and clinched the title three times (Super Bowl IV, Super Bowl LIV and Super Bowl LVII).

How many divisional championships have the Kansas City Chiefs won?

The Kansas City Chiefs have won 15 divisional championships, 13 of them in the AFC West since joining the NFL in 1970 and 2 AFL West titles. The Chiefs have won the AFC West championship 7 consecutive seasons from 2016 to 2022, which is the longest streak in the division's history.

What is the Kansas City Chiefs best overall season record?

The Chiefs best overall season record is 14-2, which they achieved in 2020 by winning their division, the AFC West, and the AFC Championship Game. The Chiefs 14-2 record in 2020 is the best record in franchise history and the best record in the NFL since the 2015 New England Patriots went 14-2.

Who have been some of the most famous players in Kansas City Chiefs history?

There have been several standout players in Kansas City Chiefs history who have made a name for themselves. Travis Kelce and Patrick Mahomes are among them. Kelce, known for his impressive catches as a tight end, and Mahomes, a remarkable quarterback with the ability to throw the perfect ball under any kind of pressure, were essential to achieve two Super Bowl championships in the last three years. Additionally, names like Emmitt Thomas, a fearsome cornerback, and Johnny Robinson, one of the best defensive backs in American football history, are remembered for giving the team its first Super Bowl in 1970. Stone Johnson, the running back with his amazing runs, and Bobby Bell, a versatile linebacker, are also counted among the Chiefs greats. All these players have all played a big part in the Chiefs story and more will come in the future.

Have the Kansas City Chiefs retired any jersey numbers?

As a homage to ten of the most distinguished players in the history of the Kansas City Chiefs, the team has retired the following numbers in its Hall of Honor:

  • 3, Jan Stenerud, K, 1967–1979
  • 16, Len Dawson, QB, 1962–1975
  • 18, Emmitt Thomas, CB, 1966-1978
  • 28, Abner Haynes, RB, 1960–1964
  • 33, Stone Johnson, RB, 1963
  • 36, Mack Lee Hill, RB, 1964–1965
  • 58, Derrick Thomas, LB, 1989–1999
  • 63, Willie Lanier, LB, 1967–1977
  • 78, Bobby Bell, LB, 1963–1974
  • 86, Buck Buchanan, DT, 1963–1975

Where do the Kansas City Chiefs play?

The Kansas City Chiefs play at GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. The stadium was built in 1972 and has a capacity of 76,416, making it the fourth-largest stadium in the NFL. Before playing in GEHA Field at Arrowhead Stadium, the Chiefs played at Municipal Stadium between 1963 and 1971 and the Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Texas, between 1960 and 1962, back when they were called the Dallas Texans.

Who are the Kansas City Chiefs biggest rivals?

The Kansas City Chiefs have notable rivalries with divisional opponents including the Las Vegas Raiders, Denver Broncos, and Buffalo Bills.

The Chiefs and the Raiders have an intense rivalry that has been going on since the 1960s, meeting 128 times, with the Chiefs leading the series by 72–54–2. The rivalry cooled down somewhat when the Raiders moved to Las Vegas in 2020, but it remains one of the most intense rivalries in the NFL.

The Chiefs and the Broncos also have a long-standing rivalry that dates back to the 1960s, and have met 126 times, with the Chiefs leading the series 71-55. The rivalry is known for its intensity and its physical play.

The Chiefs and the Bills buoyed by strong quarterback play from emerging league all-stars in Mahomes and Josh Allen have brought a new wrinkle to an AFC rivalry, including an AFC Championship battle in 2021. The rivalry is known for its high-scoring games and exciting finishes.

What is the Kansas City Chiefs mascot?

The Kansas City Chiefs mascot is K.C. Wolf. He is a large wolf with a blue and red jersey donning the number 80. K.C. Wolf was introduced in 1989 as a successor to Warpaint, a horse ridden by a man wearing a full Indian chief headdress, from the mid-1980s. Warpaint was deemed offensive to the Native American community and discontinued.

What are the Kansas City Chiefs colors?

The Kansas City Chiefs colors are red and gold. The red and gold colors were chosen by the team's founder, Lamar Hunt, who was inspired by the colors of the University of Kansas, his alma mater. The white color was added to the Chiefs color scheme in the 1970s. The Chiefs red color is called "Chiefs Red" and their gold color is called "Chiefs Gold." The Chiefs white color is simply called "White." The Chiefs uniforms are predominantly red with white and gold accents and their logo is an arrowhead with a black border, white interior, and red initials, “KC.”

Where can I buy tickets to see the Kansas City Chiefs?

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