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Kansas City Chiefs Tickets 2019 Season Outlook
When Kansas City released RB Kareem Hunt last year, Andy Reid’s and QB Patrick Mahomes’ offense didn’t miss a step. Now, it looks like they’ll have to try to do it again without WR Tyreek Hill who is facing legal trouble of his own. Second-round rookie Mecole Hardman will try to fill the speedy receiver role, but it will be hard for him to duplicate Hill’s explosiveness.
It was clear after Tom Brady scored on the Chiefs at will in the AFC Championship Game that the Chiefs secondary needed an upgrade. They added S Tyrann Mathieu, but defending the pass still looks to be an issue for Kansas City. It’s safe to expect that the Chiefs will often find themselves in shootouts this year, and it’s safe to expect that they’ll come out on top in most of them.
History of the Kansas City Chiefs
Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri, is home to one of the most iconic franchises in the NFL, the Kansas City Chiefs. From playing in the first Super Bowl to having one of the most passionate fan bases in sports, the Chiefs history is rich in tradition. Arrowhead Stadium fits nearly 80,000 fans, and nearly every Sunday, fans have bought Chiefs tickets and filled every seat in the stadium. Help keep the tradition going and join the sea of red Chiefs jerseys that fill the crowd and get your Kansas City Chiefs tickets today. Buying Chief tickets also gets you access to the new Chiefs Hall of Honor, which allows fans to get to know everything there is to know about Chiefs football. From exhibits for each member of the Chiefs Hall of Fame to a tribute for the team's only Super Bowl Championship, fans will get an inside look at the Kansas City franchise and its importance to the National Football League.