Kansas City Chiefs: The 5 Toughest Opponents In 2014

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Feb 2, 2014; East Rutherford, NJ, USA; Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson holds the Vince Lombardi Trophy after Super Bowl XLVIII against the Denver Broncos at MetLife Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports


WHERE: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City MO

The defending Super Bowl Champions, and former division rival, return to Arrowhead for the first time since October of 2006. Remember that game? It was wild, and Kansas City won 35-28. If I remember correctly, Jared Allen caught an interception that he almost returned for a touchdown, then he fumbled it, but it went out of bounds. Anyway, I expect another wild game just like that in 2014.

Seattle is good, scary good, which is why I have them as the toughest opponent for the Chiefs in 2014. They’re deep, young, and extremely talented- which makes them the favorites to win it all again in 2014.

Like the Patriots game, it’s good news that the Chiefs get to host this one. Chiefs fans should be seeking the decibel record in this one, as they beat Seattle’s record, but it was taken back by .1 of a decibel point when they hosted the Saints on Monday Night Football. How awesome would it be to take the record back while playing the team that currently owns it?

Every year, I get to come home and attend a game with my family. The seats we have are front row, visitors side, and this is the game I will have circled on my calendar. Hopefully, the NFL schedules this one later and also on primetime. I feel like this is the game that most Chiefs fans are anticipating most, and the one that they want to attend.