Andy Reid Responds to Chiefs' Ridiculous 2024 Schedule

Andy Reid isn't worried about the Chiefs' difficult 2024-25 schedule
Andy Reid isn't worried about the Chiefs' difficult 2024-25 schedule / Trevor Ruszkowski-USA TODAY Sports

It's no secret the Chiefs have one of the NFL's most difficult schedules, with the league even admitting as much. Kansas City is the league's premier franchise and they've got plenty of schedule quirks to prove it.

Head coach Andy Reid was asked about the difficult nature of the Chiefs' schedule. While admitting it was unique, Reid doesn't sound scared.

With the Chiefs looking to win their third straight Super Bowl, the only game that really matters is the final one.

Andy Reid Comments on Chiefs' Difficult 2024 Schedule

Exuding confidence, Reid said, "They can give us a Tuesday game if they want, and we'll be okay there, too. We work through it, we'll play anybody, anywhere, whatever they want to do. We're on board."

The Chiefs open the season hosting the Baltimore Ravens in a rematch of last year's AFC Championship Game. They'll then host the Cincinnati Bengals before traveling to the Atlanta Falcons and Los Angeles Chargers, completing a difficult four-game stretch against four possible playoff teams.

Later in the year, Kansas City will play three games in 10 days, ending with a Christmas Day tilt in Pittsburgh against the Steelers. The Chiefs have their bye in Week 6, so they won't get any late-season rest as they prepare for the playoffs.

While Kansas City faces perhaps the league's most difficult schedule, they have a roster and coaching staff capable of handling it. If the Chiefs are going to become the first team in NFL history to win three straight Super Bowls, they'll certainly have to earn it.

Even still, I'm willing to bet on Reid and Patrick Mahomes.

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