Chiefs 2019 Schedule: Five ‘prime time’ matchups includes a trip to Mexico City

Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes ready for Super Bowl run.

Chiefs schedule is prime time loaded.

Blog King, Mass Appeal

KANSAS CITY — The National Football League released team schedules on Wednesday and our Kansas City Chiefs are featured in quintet of intriguing prime time matchups. That’s the good news. The bad news is league MVP Patrick Mahomes and Co. will play 3 of their first 4 games on the road, including the season opener against former Chiefs quarterback Nick Foles and the Jacksonville Jaguars. As for prime time? In week 5, the Chiefs will host the Indianapolis Colts in a playoff rematch on “Sunday Night Football.”

In week 7, KC will travel to Denver for “Thursday Night Football.” The following week, the Chiefs will host Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers on “Sunday Night Football.” Three weeks later, in week 11, KC will face the Los Angeles Chargers in Mexico City for “Monday Night Football.”

The highly anticipated AFC title rematch between Mahomes’ Chiefs and Tom Brady’s New England Patriots will take place late Sunday afternoon in week 14. Then, in week 16, the Chiefs will travel to snowy Soldier Field to battle the Chicago Bears on “Sunday Night Football.”

KC’s home opener is week 3 against the Baltimore Ravens.

Here’s the full slate:

2019 Chiefs schedule

DATE OPPONENT TIME NETWORK
Sunday, Sept. 8 at Jacksonville Jaguars Noon CBS
Sunday, Sept. 15 at Oakland Raiders 3:05 p.m. CBS
Sunday, Sept. 22 Baltimore Ravens Noon CBS
Sunday, Sept. 29 at Detroit Lions Noon FOX
Sunday, Oct. 6 Indianapolis Colts* 7:20 p.m. NBC
Sunday, Oct. 13 Houston Texans* Noon CBS
Thursday, Oct. 17 at Denver Broncos 7:20 p.m. FOX/NFLN/AMAZON
Sunday, Oct. 27 Green Bay Packers* 7:20 p.m. NBC
Sunday, Nov. 3 Minnesota Vikings* Noon FOX
Sunday, Nov. 10 at Tennessee Titans* Noon CBS
Monday, Nov. 18 at Los Angeles Chargers (Mexico City) 7:15 p.m. ESPN
Sunday, Nov. 24 BYE WEEK
Sunday, Dec. 1 Oakland Raiders* Noon CBS
Sunday, Dec. 8 at New England Patriots* 3:25 p.m. CBS
Sunday, Dec. 15 Denver Broncos* Noon CBS
Sunday, Dec. 22 at Chicago Bears* 7:20 p.m. NBC
Sunday, Dec. 29 Los Angeles Chargers* Noon CBS

17 comments

  1. Gotta love how NFL constantly comes up with excuses to have tough matchups against NE play at Foxborough. Even Manning thought there was something sketchy about this when playing for the Colts.

  2. Damn. I wanted to play the Browns regular season. If it’s a playoff game I obviously wanna win but if it was regular season I wanted to watch Kareem Hunt run it down our fucking throat for the win!

  3. Thinking 13-3, but leaning 12-4

  4. I still say Chiefs go 12-4 or 13-3

  5. Baker GX Mayfield! Chiefs are old news.

  6. Chris Anderson

    #ChiefsKingdom

  7. No Rams vs Chiefs? Who made this schedule!?

  8. Should be a fun season can’t wait

  9. 13-3 Chiefs

  10. Chargers taking the division next year and will have their best year as a franchise ever, book it

  11. This has to be the 4th year in a row chiefs have to play in Boston. Talk about giving the pats home field advantage!! What a bunch of crap!!

  12. Chargers may win the division w/ a worse record than last year by default. KC was already bad defensively w/ Ford, Houston & on occasion Berry. All 3 are gone & they’re playing another tough schedule.

    I dont know what to say bout my Raiders. Blessings.

  13. My chiefs going to the bowl this year, mahomes might not have another fantastic year but he can ease off the payload hopefully with an ACTUAL defense. But idk why I’m still not confident in this defense, anyways go CHIEFS!💛❤️💛❤️

  14. NFL Robbed Chiefs again playing in New England again same as last year

  15. 14-2 baby praying 16-0 GO CHIEFS! ! !

  16. I guess the only way that KC gets to host Tom Brady and the Patriots is in the playoffs!! What is that…3 years in a row that KC has gone to new England!! Geez!…come on!

  17. Jason President

    Chiefs will not be the same team, especially without hill. 😬

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