Kansas City Chiefs Playoff Schedule
The Kansas City Chiefs are looking to make some serious noise in the AFC if
they can make it to the postseason this season. The Chiefs have a solid team that boasts a balances offensive attack and an
opportunistic and aggressive defense. This team posted one of the best records in the AFC last season and secure a berth in
the postseason via a Wild Card spot. The team is playing well yet again in 2014 and they've got their sights set on the AFC
West title. The Chiefs will have to outdo 2013 AFC West and AFC Conference champion Denver is they're going to land the top
record in the division. The Chargers re another division rival that has looked like a potential playoff team in 2014.
Chiefs have one of the best running backs in the game in Jamaal Charles. Charles has had some incredible seasons over the
years, though this year he has experienced some injuries. Still, when he's on the field he's a threat to take it the distance
at the drop of a hat. With quarterback Alex Smith under center Kansas City has a reliable veteran that doesn't make many mistakes,
and that's the kind of signal caller you really want in the postseason. This Kansas City defense has been solid this year,
and defense is always a big deal when it comes to the playoffs.
If the Chiefs can reach the postseason in 2014, they'll
be faced with some of the toughest opponents in the AFC. One team that could present a real challenge is the Denver Broncos.
The Broncos went all the way to the Super Bowl last season, and they could make it happen again this time around. With quarterback
Peyton Manning under center, the Broncos boast one of the best players in the league at the helm of an electric offensive
attack. If the Chiefs were to take down the Broncos in the playoffs it would be a massive victory. Another tough opponent
KC may face in the postseason is the New England Patriots. The Pats started the season slowly, but they have hit the stride
and look like the New England team that fans have become accustomed to over the years. The Chiefs would have to try and slow
down Tom Brady, something much easier said than done. Get out to all of the Chiefs playoff games this season to see this team
take on the best squads in the conference.
When you head to an NFL game, you're sure to
become wrapped up in everything that comes with seeing the best of the best hit the field in person. When it comes to the
playoffs, though, every game means the world to every fan in attendance. The playoffs are an intense time when every game
means win or go home, and that has the players giving it everything they've got out on the gridiron. Every snap results in
a big play, every pass could spell triumph or disaster for your favorite team. If the Chiefs are able to earn a home playoff
game this season, they'll need their famed home crowd behind them. Arrowhead Stadium is notorious for being one of the loudest
stadium in the league.
Kansas City Chiefs Trivia
The Kansas City Chiefs have won one Super Bowl. Which
Super Bowl was it?
The answer is Super Bowl IV, and the Chiefs took home the win in that game before the NFL-AFL merger.
The Chiefs were still a member of the AFL at the time.
Kansas City Chiefs History
The Kansas City Chiefs
franchise was founded in 1960, and were originally named the Dallas Texans. The team was named the Kansas City Chiefs two
years later when the team changed their location. Chiefs owner Lamar Hunt played a big role in establishing the American Football
League, which would go on to merge with the National Football League in 1970 and form the biggest sports league in the county.
The Chiefs have on Super Bowl victory to date, the win coming in Super Bowl IV. They have made it to the postseason more than
15 times over the course of their history.
Kansas City Chiefs Fans
Chiefs fans know how to get it done
in the stands, giving their team one of the biggest home field advantages in the National Football League. Arrowhead Stadium
is notorious for having one of the best home field advantages in the National Football League thanks to the passion of the
Kansas City Chiefs fans that pack the house for every home game. The Chiefs might need a little help from their dedicated
crowd this season, as their schedule is absolutely loaded with top-tier matchups. While home games are always greeted with
a raucous crowd, things are taken to a whole new level when the Chiefs host a playoff game.