Chiefs get four national TV games


The 2015 NFL schedule is out for the Kansas City Chiefs, and there will be plenty of excitement throughout the campaign. One of the coolest parts is having four nationally televised primetime games, including a trip to London against the Detroit Lions.

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In Week 2, the Denver Broncos come to Arrowhead Stadium for a Thursday Night Football matchup. In the scope of early-season drama, it does not get much better than this. The Chiefs have not beaten the Broncos since Peyton Manning came to town in 2011, something that needs to change if Kansas City is going to win the AFC West.

The following week, the Chiefs go on the road for a Monday Night Football contest versus the Green Bay Packers. Green Bay did not lose at Lambeau Field last year, and Aaron Rodgers has not thrown an interception at home since 2012. Still, the Chiefs will have a week and a half to prepare, and won’t have to deal with cold weather.

After drawing the Lions in Week 8 at Wembley Stadium in London, England, Kansas City will get a bye week. Then, following a game against the Broncos in Denver, the Chiefs play the San Diego Chargers on Sunday Night Football. Kansas City has had good luck in recent years against Philip Rivers in primetime, although those games were at Arrowhead. This could be a massive game in the AFC playoff picture.

So, Addicts, which one is your favorite game?