Chiefs versus Bears: Notes and key stats

In a matchup of two teams that have equal records at 1-3, the Chicago Bears visit Arrowhead Stadium for the Chiefs second home game of the season. The Bears lead the all-time series against the Chiefs with a 6-5 record, and the Chiefs are hoping to get their season back on track by evening out […]

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Thursday Night Football in KC

On Thursday night, the Kansas City Chiefs will host the Denver Broncos in a primetime NFL matchup. The winner gets to claim first place in the AFC West, and the loser gets to even their record at 1 win and 1 loss. Let’s take a look at some notable numbers for the game: The Chiefs […]

September 2015 by mattfromkc

Chiefs 27 – Texans 20: Week 1 Observations

In their Week 1 matchup, the Chiefs defeated the Texans on a beautiful day in Houston, essentially wrapping the game up before halftime. The Chiefs led 27-9 at the break, and coasted for most of the second half, even though the Texans made it close late in the game, so the outcome was pretty close […]

September 2015 by mattfromkc
Kansas City Chiefs Vs the Miami Dolphins September 21, 2014 at Sun Life Field in Miami Florida.

A prediction for the 2015 Chiefs

Today is it. The start of the Kansas City Chiefs 2015 season (and hopefully the commencement of their third ever Super Bowl run). At noon, the Chiefs will face the Texans in Houston’s NRG Stadium before playing at least 15 more games. As Chiefs fans, we hope they will play at least a few more […]

September 2015 by mattfromkc

The 2015 Missouri Governor’s Cup: will it be the last?

Beginning in 1968, the Governor’s Cup has been awarded to the winner of the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the St. Louis Cardinals/Rams. Recent developments have created rumors of an NFL franchise moving to Los Angeles, including the San Diego Chargers, Oakland Raiders, and the Rams, meaning that this year’s Governor’s Cup, which will be played […]

September 2015 by mattfromkc

Chiefs’ defensive records that could fall in 2015

Earlier this week, I took a look at some Kansas City offensive records that might be broken by Chiefs players in 2015. Today, I will do the same for defensive records. I took a gamble last year and predicted the Chiefs would set a franchise record with 12 sacks in one game. They were not […]

September 2015 by mattfromkc

Chiefs’ offensive records that could fall in 2015

Last summer, I posted about Kansas City offensive records that the 2014 Chiefs might break during the season. In an effort to make this an annual occurrence, below is a look at Chiefs’ records that might fall this season, as well as a quick look at records that fell in 2014. First of all, long […]

August 2015 by mattfromkc

Chiefs versus Titans, preseason Game 3 preview

The Chiefs bring a 2-game preseason winning streak into tonight’s matchup with the Tennessee Titans at Arrowhead Stadium. Overall during their time under Andy Reid’s tutelage, the Chiefs are 5-5 in the preseason. Tonight’s game makes for an interesting matchup for a few reasons, which will be outlined below, along with a preview of the […]

August 2015 by mattfromkc

Kansas City Set to Host Seattle in Preseason Game 2

Football is back at Arrowhead. I’ll let thank sink in for you for just a minute. Football is back. The Kansas City Chiefs will welcome back the Seattle Seahawks tonight at 7pm for preseason game 2. Most fans are pumped because they are looking forward to another victory against the team that made back to […]

August 2015 by stephroets

Kansas City Chiefs Improve Offense, Look For Postseason Return

The Kansas City Chiefs were one of the teams to make a free agency splash that immediately impacted their team. To go along with All-Pro running back Jamaal Charles, who is prepped to have another monster season, Kansas City signed former Philadelphia wide receiver Jeremy Maclin to give the Chiefs a legit threat on the […]

August 2015 by Joe Sudberg