About Kansas City Chiefs
About 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.
2017 Kansas City Chiefs Season
The Kansas City Chiefs finished the 2017 season with a 10-6 record. They started the season 5-0, becoming the last undefeated team in the NFL for the fourth time in team history. In Week 6 the Chiefs finally crumbled and lost to the Pittsburgh Steelers. Kansas City went on to lose the next six out of seven games. In Week 14, the Chiefs pulled it together to beat the Oakland Raiders and won the next three games. This gave the Chiefs the AFC West division title for the second year in a row. It was the first time in franchise history that the Chiefs won back to back division titles. This placed the Chiefs in fourth in the AFC and qualified them for the playoffs. The Chiefs went head to head with the Tennessee Titans in the Wild Card Round but unfortunately lost 22-21. At the end of the first half the Chiefs were winning 21-0 but the Titians scored 22 points in the second half while the Chiefs scored 0. This was the third consecutive playoff game loss for the Chiefs. Head Coach Andy Reid will be sure to make adjustments with his team to make a successful playoff run in the 2018 season. One adjustment Reid has already announced is that Patrick Mahomes II will be the new starting quarterback. Mahomes was selected as the tenth overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft from Texas Tech. He only played one game in the 2017 season but since Alex Smith was traded to the Washington Redskins, Mahomes will be the starting QB for the Chiefs in this upcoming season.
2018 Kansas City Chiefs Season
With a new young and talented starting quarterback, the Chiefs are sure to make some noise this season. After losing playoff games in three consecutive seasons, the Kansas City Chiefs will be back with a vengeance to take it all and bring home another Super Bowl title to Kansas City. The pressure is on for quarterback Patrick Mahomes II, but Chiefs fans are confident he will pull through for his team. In addition to a new starting quarterback, the Chiefs acquired six rookies in the 2018 NFL Draft. Defensive end Breeland Speaks from Ole Miss was selected by the Chiefs in the second round and defensive tackle Derrick Nnadi from Florida State was selected in the third round. The 2018 Kansas City Chiefs season is set to kickoff on September 9th against the Los Angeles Charger at the Stubhub Center. The Chief’s first home game of the season will not be until Week 3 – which will be against the San Francisco 49ers. Coming off a very good 2017 season, the Chiefs are ready to keep on improving.
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