KC Chiefs: Predicting The 2014 Schedule, Part 2

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Jan 4, 2014; Indianapolis, IN, USA; Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) warms up before the 2013 AFC wild card playoff football game against the Indianapolis Colts at Lucas Oil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Andrew Weber-USA TODAY Sports

Last week, I had posted part one of my schedule predictions for the KC Chiefs in 2014. As we all know by now, they’re playing the 7th toughest schedule in the NFL and THE toughest home schedule.

Let’s do a quick recap of part one, which you can read the entire thing with this link right here,

  1. Titans @ Chiefs – Chiefs win at home, 24-13
  2. Chiefs @ Broncos – First loss of the season, 31-21
  3. Chiefs @ Dolphins – Chiefs get back on track, 24-21
  4. Patriots @ Chiefs – Chiefs take this one on MNF, 31-28

So I have the Chiefs at 3-1 headed into the second “quarter” of the season. I broke the schedule up into four segments, or four quarters if were speaking like Todd Haley, so we’ll continue now to weeks 5-8. Here’s what the schedule looks like,

  • Week 5: at San Francisco 49ers (Oct. 5, 3:25 p.m.)
  • Week 6: Bye
  • Week 7: at San Diego Chargers (Oct. 19, 3:05 p.m., CBS)
  • Week 8: St. Louis Rams (Oct. 27, 12 p.m., Fox)
Sheesh, so as you can see, this schedule never gets any easier. So, with all of this said, lets get to it. Week five has the Chiefs traveling out to the bay area to take on the San Francisco 49′ers.
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4 Comments on KC Chiefs: Predicting The 2014 Schedule, Part 2

  1. Chad Jensen says:

    Flip it around and you’re right on. 3-4

  2. Reggie Flenory says:

    For the whole schedule i say 8 and 8 if we can stay healthy 9 and 7 there are no breaks

  3. Leigh Oleszczak says:

    The Chiefs really don’t have any “easy” wins in 2014. I think that they will lose to the Chargers at least once and it’ll probably be in San Diego rather than at Arrowhead. As for the Rams, it’ll depend a lot on which KC squad shows up that week. The Chiefs have taken care of the Rams the last few times they’ve met in the regular season, but like you said, the Chiefs tend to choke at home from time to time.

  4. Hawthorne says:

    Most years I have a general feel for things, this year I have no clue. We could be anywhere from dominant to dismal. A lot depends on the new players on Oline, Dline and in the defensive secondary.

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