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Kansas City Chiefs: Five things to know about the 2018 schedule

Fireworks light up the stadium before Monday's football game at Arrowhead Stadium between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers in Kansas City, Missouri, on September 13, 2010. (John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images)
Fireworks light up the stadium before Monday's football game at Arrowhead Stadium between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Diego Chargers in Kansas City, Missouri, on September 13, 2010. (John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/MCT via Getty Images) /
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(Photo by Brian Davidson/Getty Images)
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HOME SCHEDULE LEAVES SOMETHING TO BE DESIRED

We already knew who would be coming into Arrowhead this year, but seeing it on paper now kind of makes me yawn. The road schedule is filled with games against the Seahawks, Steelers, Patriots, and Rams. Those are fun match-ups.

The home games, however, really aren’t all that enticing. Sure, the divisional games are always fun just because you never know what will happen there, but the rest are just kind of meh.

The Jaguars will be at Arrowhead in week five and this is a whole new Jags team than what NFL fans were used to seeing. Jacksonville made it all the way to the AFC Championship Game last year and were able to do something else the Chiefs have struggled to do – Beat the Pittsburgh Steelers.

For Chiefs fans, it might almost be better to find a road game and travel to a game this year. Not only do the Chiefs have blah opponents at home this year, but they only have the one primetime game at Arrowhead. For the loudest stadium in the world to be given only one game under the lights, that’s a damn shame, man.