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Sept. 14, Week 2 at Denver
Last year, the Chiefs and Broncos did not play each other until after the midway point of the season. This year, the two teams will face off in Week 2, as both teams want an early lead in the AFC West.
Sept. 29, Week 4 vs. New England, Monday Night Football
This night has the potential to be the biggest night in Chiefs history. It is Monday Night Football against one of the best teams in football today. On top of that, Chiefs fans will reattempt to take back the Guinness world record for loudest stadium in the world.
Nov. 16, Week 11 vs. Seattle
Playing the defending Super Bowl champions is the game every fan will circle on their calendar. Last time the Chiefs played a team coming off a Super Bowl win was in 2011, when the Chiefs defeated the 13-0 Green Bay Packers going into the game with 5-8 record, a new head coach and a new quarterback. Can they continue their success against defending Super Bowl champions this year?
Nov 30, Week 13 vs. Denver, Sunday Night Football
The Chiefs have never defeated the Broncos since Manning joined Denver. The two teams played last year on Sunday Night Football, which the league changed a couple of weeks beforehand, with the game being played in Denver. This time, the two teams will play Sunday Night Football in Kansas City.
Considering that this will be late in the season, this will be a highly anticipated Sunday Night Football game, as both teams will be fighting for a strong finish and a push to make the playoffs.