Kansas City Chiefs: Predicting results of every game in 2019

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes celebrates with tight end Travis Kelce after Kelce scored a touchdown on a pass reception (John Sleezer/Kansas City Star/Tribune News Service via Getty Images)

The Kansas City Chiefs begin their 2019 season on Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. This is the most excited Chiefs fans have been for a season in a really long time due to the Super Bowl aspirations.

This Sunday marks the beginning of the Kansas City Chiefs‘ 2019 campaign.  Last year was the most fun Chiefs fans have had in a long time, as Patrick Mahomes and the rest of the offense took the league by storm and made it all the way to the AFC Championship Game.

Sadly, the Chiefs fell to the Patriots in that one, but the journey was a fun one for sure. Before making it that far, Kansas City won their third straight AFC West title and had the number one seed in the AFC playoffs. It seemed like a smart bet that the good guys would make it to the Super Bowl, but it wasn’t meant to be last season.

Hopefully this season ends on the right note for the Chiefs.

With the season underway, the KC Kingdom staff has made predictions for every regular season game in 2019. Site expert Leigh Oleszczak along with KC Kingdom contributors Kole Berry, Chris Clark, Cullen Jekel, and Matthew Smith have split up all 16 games and predicted how the game would go for the Chiefs.

Something that needs to be said is that we can’t predict the future; we don’t have the ability to foretell any injuries that may happen or what players might get benched at some point, so these games will be predicted based on how the teams are RIGHT now. We won’t make assumptions with players getting benched or players sitting in the final week either, it’ll be assumed that the week one lineup is the same lineup for week 17.

In each summary, we list our thoughts on what the game could entail, a prediction for the game including a score, and a standout player other than Patrick Mahomes. Now, let’s get to it!

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