Kansas City Chiefs: Predicting 5 Possibilities for Prime-Time Games

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Kansas City Chiefs: Predicting 5 Possibilities for Prime-Time Games
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Andy Studebaker paves the way for Dexter McCluster on a punt return during Week 1 of Monday Night Football in 2010.

The National Football League is expected to announce the 2012 regular-season schedule Tuesday evening.

Football fans across the country wait in anticipation to see if their favorite team earned the opportunity to play a prime time game in front of a national audience. Football fans in Kansas City are no exception to that as they got a chance to see their team play on prime time three times.

Last year, the Chiefs played the Chargers in an epic Monday Night Football game, defeating San Diego in the only Monday Night Football game that went to overtime in 2011.

The Chiefs were blown out in another Monday Night Football contest at New England but gave Pittsburgh a run for their money in Kansas City on Sunday Night Football.

To remind everyone, the Chiefs have the following home and away opponents:

Home: Denver, Oakland, San Diego, Atlanta, Baltimore, Carolina, Cincinnati and Indianapolis.

Away: Denver, Oakland, San Diego, Buffalo, Cleveland, New Orleans, Pittsburgh and Tampa Bay.

Which teams will the Chiefs most likely face in prime time?

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