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Kansas City Chiefs: Predicting results of every game in 2020

Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs reacts with teammates Eric Fisher #72 and Mitchell Schwartz #71 after a fourth quarter touchdown pass (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images)
Patrick Mahomes #15 of the Kansas City Chiefs reacts with teammates Eric Fisher #72 and Mitchell Schwartz #71 after a fourth quarter touchdown pass (Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images) /
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Kansas City Chiefs players tight end Travis Kelce #87, center Austin Reiter #62 and offensive guard Nick Allegretti #73 celebrate a Chiefs touchdown (Photo by Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images)
Kansas City Chiefs players tight end Travis Kelce #87, center Austin Reiter #62 and offensive guard Nick Allegretti #73 celebrate a Chiefs touchdown (Photo by Peter G. Aiken/Getty Images) /

There you have it! The KC Chiefs will finish with a regular season record of 12-4 for the third straight year and for the fourth time in the last five years.

The losses predicted here came against the Ravens in week three, the Bills in week six, the Bucs in week 12, and the Saints in week 15, which all seem plausible. Some might disagree about the Bills game, as Buffalo isn’t quite on the level that the other three teams in this group are on, but it landing on Thursday Night Football is the big thing to remember because road teams are at a huge disadvantage in those short weeks.

The Chiefs, for the most part, have a pretty easy schedule otherwise and should be able to get at least 12 wins on the year. We all predicted KC to roll the AFC West once again and go a perfect 6-0, but that’s not always going to happen and it’s very possible that one of those teams escapes with a win against the champs.

Will 12-4 be good enough to secure the number one seed in the AFC over the Ravens? Baltimore has one of the easiest schedules this year, so it’s very possible that this thing comes down to the final week of the season, which is exactly why the NFL implemented the expanded playoffs, as they wanted drama throughout the season.

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What do you think the final record will be, Chiefs fans? Are there any games here that make you nervous that maybe we felt more confident about or vice versa?