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2014 Kansas City Chiefs ticket preview

The Kansas City Chiefs are known for their intimidating home-field advantage and, until recently, their inability to capitalize on it. Perhaps more generally, the Chiefs struggled to capitalize on almost anything in recent memory until the 2013 season, when the team put together a playoff-caliber season to the tune of an 11-5 record and a Wild Card berth.

 

Unfortunately for fans who bought Kansas City Chiefs tickets, the dream of a Super Bowl run ended at the hands of the Indianapolis Colts in a 45-44 Wild Card loss.

 

Things look bright for the Chiefs ahead of 2014, though. Arrowhead Stadium seats 76,416 on game day, and nearly every single one of those seats will be occupied by a fan of the home team this season. Kansas City fans are nothing if not passionate, as visiting teams will tell you after a game at Arrowhead Stadium.

 

In addition to home field, the Chiefs will rely on RB Jamaal Charles again this year, as they have in almost all of his seasons in Kansas City. In 2013, Charles accounted for 19 of the Chiefs’ 41 offensive touchdowns; he also led the team in receptions (70) and receiving yards (693). Oh, and he was also team leader in rushing yards (1,287), rushing touchdowns (12), and receiving touchdowns (7).

 

Suffice it to say that as Charles went, so went the Kansas City offense.

 

QB Alex Smith should go without praise either, as he ran head coach Andy Reid’s offense almost to perfection in his first season as the Chiefs quarterback. The trade to bring Smith from the San Francisco 49ers to the Chiefs paid dividends immediately, as Smith threw for more touchdowns (7) in the first four weeks of 2013 than all Kansas City quarterbacks had thrown for in the entire 2012 season, combined.

 

Smith’s ability to manage the game let the team play to its strengths (rushing and defense), and gave the fans that bought Kansas City Chiefs tickets something to cheer about in nearly every home game.

Chiefs fans are looking for more of the same in 2014, and without any noticeable holes in the roster, that’s a reasonable expectation in Kansas City.

Kansas City Chiefs Ticket info for the new KC Chiefs season


Kansas City Chiefs tickets are red hot after this well-supported team underwent a major overhaul in the offseason. Buy Chiefs tickets and see highly-respected coach Andy Reid field an exciting offense led by new acquisition Alex Smith, a pro’s pro and formerly the top overall pick in the NFL Draft. Arrowhead Stadium is the place to be all fall as the Chiefs are poised for a very quick turnaround and possibly a playoff berth.


Buy Chiefs tickets online to watch Reid work his magic with this revamped offense, which returns do-it-all running back Jamaal Charles and explosive wideout Dwayne Bowe. They’ll team with new wideout Donnie Avery and new tight end Anthony Fasano in what should be a dynamic spread attack. The offensive line will be tremendous, led by top overall pick Eric Fisher out of Central Michigan.
The Chiefs have a storied history that includes 16 playoff appearances, eight division championships, three AFL championships and one Super Bowl. Kansas City has been playing at Arrowhead Stadium since 1972, and in that time Chiefs fans have become known as perhaps the most loyal in all of football. Buy Chiefs tickets online and see an enticing 2013 schedule that includes home dates versus AFC West rivals Denver, San Diego and Kansas City, as well as matchups with the Dallas Cowboys, New York Giants, Houston Texans and Indianapolis Colts.

Arrowhead Stadium tickets are your chance to see a potential last-to-first transformation unfold.
The Chiefs finished fifth in the league in rushing yards last season, averaging 150 per game, but it didn’t translate to victories. The passing attack was the most feeble in the NFL, at under 170 yards per game. Reid employs much more of an aerial attack than former coach Romeo Crennel did, and in Smith, the Chiefs finally have a solid quarterback who won’t make costly mistakes. Buy Kansas City Chiefs tickets now and see Reid duplicate the success he had in Philadelphia, where the Eagles were perennial playoff participants. Experts are pegging the Chiefs as the surprise team of 2013. Buy your Chiefs tickets now and enjoy the ride!

KC Chiefs ticket info

 

First, let’s be clear. Arrowhead Stadium tickets are the best in the NFL. The Kansas City Chiefs have not been among the league’s elite in a few years, but Arrowhead Stadium is still the standard for the NFL experience. 

Now that we have that settled, let’s move on to the team. In the past 6 months, the Kansas City Chiefs have made more changes to its organization than any other franchise in the league. From coach to quarterback to everything in between, the Chiefs are a brand new team. As the former offensive coordinator for the Arizona Cardinals, Coach Todd Haley knows a thing or two about turning around teams. After taking the Cards from laughingstock to a touchdown shy of an NFL championship, he is poised do the same in Kansas City.

Joining him is former Tom Brady understudy Matt Cassel, who stepped in to the spotlight for the Patriots last year and nearly brought the injury riddled team back to the playoffs. Cassel was the hottest commodity of free agency, and the Chiefs landed him – along with a whole host of other difference-makers – players like linebackers Mike Vrabel and Zach Thomas, safety Mike brown, and wide receivers Bobby Engram and Amani Toomer. These proven veterans join a core of players that made up the youngest team in the league. There is every reason to believe this mixture of old and young can effect a winning change for the Kansas City Chiefs.

The Chiefs also said farewell to tight end, Tony Gonzalez, as the perennial Pro Bowler left in the hopes of winning a championship in Atlanta. Gonzalez was the face of the Kansas City Chiefs for over a decade. It’s too bad he won’t be around for the salad days that lie ahead.

Experts predict that before long K.C. Chiefs tickets will be nearly impossible to get, based on their current fan support, and the anticipated upswing in demand when the changes made by the GM Scott Pioli start to take shape. So if you are looking to get your Kansas City Chiefs tickets, now is the time to strike. Join the Chiefs at Arrowhead, as they start their NFL revival. You don’t want to miss it.

2008 Kansas City Chiefs Tickets


You don't want to make Glenn Dorsey mad, so take our advice and pick out your 2008 Kansas City Chiefs tickets immediately. Dorsey, the Chiefs' top draft pick, has arrived at Arrowhead Stadium to make life miserable for opposing offenses. The mammoth defensive tackle will be setting up shop in the middle of the Chiefs' defense, daring running backs to come across his path.
At LSU, Dorsey punched the Tigers ticket to the 2008 BCS National Championship. He was simply one of the most domination players in all of college football. There doesn't appear to be any signs that they will change in the NFL.
But Dorsey's not the only reason football fans are gobbling up 2008 Kansas City Chiefs tickets. Prolific running back Larry Johnson suffered through an injury-plagued 2007 NFL season, but still managed to lead the Chiefs in rushing. You can bet Johnson will be itching to make up for lost time in 2008.
With Johnson drawing the attention of defenses, the passing game should open up for young quarterback Brodie Croyle, who, in his second season, appears poised to take over the reigns of the Chiefs' offense.
Out of Alabama, Croyle saw ample action his rookie season and showed signs of a bright future. He completed better than 56 percent of his passes, including six touchdowns. Croyle will have the benefit of a talented receiving corps to distribute the football to.
All-Pro tight end Tony Gonzalez is headed for the NFL Hall of Fame, after his illustrious career comes to an end. But Gonzalez doesn't seem to be slowing down as his career reaches its twilight. The pass-catching machine out of California led the Chiefs in receiving again last season, pulling in 99 passes for 1,172 yards and five touchdowns.
But defenses cannot afford to double-team Gonzalez too often. That's because second-year receiver Dwayne Bowe displayed the ability to be a dynamic playmaker during his stellar rookie season. Bowe, out of LSU, was the Chiefs' top draft pick in 2007 and quickly became a fan favorite around Arrowhead Stadium.
He caught 70 passes for 995 yards and tied Gonzalez with a team-high five touchdown receptions. 2008 Kansas City Chiefs ticket holders are looking for even bigger things out of Bowe this year.
With Dorsey, Johnson, Gonzalez and Bowe leading the charge, there is nowhere to go but up for 2008 Kansas City Chiefs tickets. Make sure you there to see the Chiefs make their run.

TOP 10 REASONS TO BUY KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS


10. Loud and louder: Arrowhead Stadium, the home of the Chiefs since 1972, is possibly the loudest outdoor stadium in the NFL due to the exuberance of Chiefs fans. It is sometimes called The Red Sea. Kansas City Chiefs tickets are your entry to this incredible football environment.
9. Herm Edwards: No NFL head coach is more intense than the Chiefs' Herm Edwards, who is also famous for this sound bite: "You play to win the game!" Edwards previously coached the New York Jets and played defensive back for the Philadelphia Eagles, Los Angeles Rams and Atlanta Falcons.
8. Fever pitch: Expectations are sky high in Kansas City as the Chiefs are coming off a 2006 playoff appearance. With plenty of returning talent such as All-Pro tight end Tony Gonzalez, the Chiefs have even higher aspirations in 2007.
7. Tradition: Few teams can match the winning tradition of the
Chiefs, who captured AFL championships in 1962 and 1966 and the Super Bowl in 1969. They have won eight divisional championships.
6. Lamar Hunt's legacy: Legendary owner Lamar Hunt, an NFL pioneer, died in 2006 and the franchise will honor him throughout this season and beyond. His son, Clark Hunt, is the spokesman for ownership of the Chiefs.
5. Tony G: Tight end Tony Gonzalez is a freak of nature who also could have played pro basketball. Entering the 2007 season, Gonzalez had 721 career receptions for 8,710 yards. He holds the Chiefs record with 61 touchdown catches.
4. Legends: The Chiefs have placed a slew of players in the Pro
Football Hall of Fame, including quarterback Len Dawson, legendary coach Hank Stram and lineman Buck Buchanan.
3. Mascot is great too: Kansas City Chiefs tickets are precious not just because of the action on the field, but also the atmosphere off it. The team's mascot until 1989 was the pinto horse named Warpaint. Then it was replaced by K.C. Wolf, a man dressed in a wolf costume. K.C. Wolf was inducted into the Mascot Hall of Fame in 2006.
2. Fierce rivalries: The Chiefs play in the brutal AFC West division, and are engaged in some of the most heated rivalries in all of football. When the Chiefs entertain the Oakland Raiders, Denver
Broncos or San Diego Chargers, it's a no-holds-barred atmosphere that cannot be matched.
1. LJ: Running back Larry Johnson is worth the price of admission. He's a bruising runner with the ability to take it the distance on every play. He has amassed 40 touchdowns and more than 4,000 yards in his last two seasons.

We've got your Chiefs playoff tickets for the first-round showdown with Peyton Manning and the Colts and any future Chiefs playoff tickets that might be necessary. After missing the postseason last year, we know every Chief fan is hungry to root on Larry Johnson against the Colts. You've come to the right place to find your Chiefs-Colts tickets.

How the Kansas City Chiefs earned their NFL Playoff tickets
After losing starting quarterback Trent Green early in the season, the Chiefs struggled out of the games and got off to a 2-3 start. Herman Edwards' club wasn't given much of a chance to reach the postseason. But backup quarterback Damon Huard kept Kansas City afloat, while Green got healthy. And running back Larry Johnson was spectacular, leading the AFC in rushing and setting an NFL record for carrying in a season. The durable back finished with 1878 yards and 17 touchdowns.
Green would return for the stretch run, helping the Chiefs squeak into the playoffs with a Week 17 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars.


What the Chiefs have to do to earn their Super Bowl XLI tickets
The Kansas City defense will need to tighten up if the Chiefs are going to go on a playoff run. The offense can help out a lot by staying on the field with long, time-consuming drives. Look for the Chiefs to give their opponents a steady dose of Larry Johnson. But quarterback Trent Green will have to show that he's willing to throw the ball down the field to prevent defenses from ganging up on Johnson. The lack of a true big-play receiver has been a problem for coach Herman Edwards' offense all season. Hopefully for Chiefs fans, Eddie Kennison or Sammy Parker will rise to the occasion. Of course, Green's favorite target, All-Pro tight end Tony Gonzales, needs to have a major impact if the Chiefs are to end up in Miami for Super Bowl XLI.

Kansas City Chiefs tickets are again the pass to storied Arrowhead Stadium for the faithful of this perennial AFC West contender. KC won all but one of their home games last season as part of a 10-6 year. The next level for the Chiefs was viewed by management to be attainable only by change. The Chiefs did not have too much trouble scoring last year with a running game envied by most of the league. The trouble lay in stopping their opponents from running up the score. A defensive minded coach and a ton of fresh talent for him to mold were now in order. The first problem was taken care of by inking Herm Edwards to coach the Chiefs. The second problem was addressed in the NFL Draft.

With their first pick, the Chiefs saw a pure football player in DE Tamba Hali from Penn State still available at the 20th pick. Hali, a 6-3 275 lb pass rusher, comes off the corner like he was shot and does not stop his pursuit to the ball until the whistle blows. Hali was spotlighted by many teams with mid to late picks in the first round and was a gift at the 20th pick. To further bolster a lagging defense, Kansas City took safety Bernard Pollard at the 54th spot and found corner Marcus Maxey from the University of Miami in the fifth round.

On the offensive side of the ball quarterback Brodie Croyle of Alabama was taken in the third round much to the chagrin of veteran Trent Green. Croyle is a fine QB with solid mechanics and a history of big passes. But the cornerstone selling Kansas City Chiefs tickets this year will be running back Larry Johnson. Johnson has fully taken the reigns from Priest Holmes and is considered one of the top three running backs on the entire league.

Buying Kansas City Chiefs tickets has never been a disappointment. The team contends yearly in one of the most battled and rivalry driven divisions in the NFL and with a new coach, and focus on the defensive side of the ball, the games will be greater than ever. Veteran talent like Trent Green, Tony Gonzalez and Dante Hall will be surrounded by a new crop of players eager to make their mark on the Chiefs amazing tradition.

 

 

THIS PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (7-7) TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (7-7) AT OAKLAND RAIDERS (2-12) TICKETS
8:00 p.m., Saturday
McAfee Coliseum

The Chiefs may have collapsed last week against the Chargers, but they're still in the hunt for the post season. They have to go into Oakland and win, though. That hasn't been very difficult for anyone this season. Look for Larry Johnson and the Chiefs to keep their playoff hopes alive with a victory over the Raiders.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 21, Oakland Raiders 13
(Last Week: 12-4/Season: 171-78)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: RB Larry Johnson is Mr. Reliable.

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THIS PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS (7-6) AT SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (11-2)
8 pm, Sunday
Qualcomm

The Kansas City Chiefs absolutely have to have this one. To do it, they’ll have to eliminate the turnovers and hope they can get Larry Johnson on a roll. Against a tough Chargers defense that’s easier said than done. An even bigger task is stopping LaDainian Tomlinson, something no opponent has been able to do yet. Tomlinson is shattering the record books and San Diego is the class of the NFC. Herm Edwards ball club will have to play their best game of the decade to win this one but we just don’t see it happening. The Chiefs gave up big plays against the Ravens and Baltimore’s offense doesn’t have near the weapons that San Diego can bring to the table.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 30, Kansas City Chiefs 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 116-67)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Expect a lot of Larry Johnson and not much of anything else.

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PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS (7-5) AT BALTIMORE RAVENS (9-3)
1 pm, Sunday
M & T Bank Stadium

The Chiefs have one of the best running backs in football in Larry Johnson. The Ravens have one of the best defenses ever. The two collide on Sunday in Baltimore. We’ve got a sneaky feeling that Larry Johnson can run against this Baltimore defense. If he can just keep them honest, Trent Green can find some receivers and keep Steve McNair off the field. Bit it won’t be easy. Both teams are fighting for momentum heading nito the playoffs so expect a good game.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 24, Baltimore Ravens 20
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: You’d have to be nuts not to play Larry Johnson if he’s on your roster. (Last Week: Larry Johnson – 28 carries, 110 yards)

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PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (7-4) AT CLEVELAND BROWNS (3-8)
1 pm, Sunday
Cleveland Browns Stadium

The Chiefs just coming off an emotional win in Kansas City on Thanksgiving. Larry Johnson looks unstoppable. Trent Green looks like he never left. Yes NFL fans, the Chiefs have regained their footing in the AFC West. Kansas City is playing for at least a Wild Card spot. The Browns are just playing out the string. It’s hard to imagine what Larry Johnson is going to do to the Browns defense. It won’t be pretty unless you live in K.C.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 30, Cleveland Browns 10
(Last Week: 10-6/Season 107-60)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: You’d have to be nuts not to play Larry Johnson if he’s on your roster. (Last Week: Larry Johnson – 34 carries, 157 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS
DENVER BRONCOS (7-3) AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (6-4) TICKETS
8 p.m., Thursday
Arrowhead Stadium

The Chiefs held things together while starting quarterback Trent Green was on the shelf. Now, Green is back, and the Chiefs are looking to make a run toward the NFL Playoffs. They can take a gigantic step forward on Thanksgiving night, as their AFC rivals, the Denver Broncos, visit Arrowhead Stadium. The Broncos are coming off of a disappointing loss to San Diego and surely will be in a foul mood when they arrive to take on the Chiefs. Mike Shananahan's Broncos won't feel much better on the plane back to Denver.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City 28, Denver 21
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Kansas City running back Larry Johnson (Last week: Johnson - 28 carries, 159 yards, 2 TDs)

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PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (5-4) TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (5-4) VS. OAKLAND RAIDERS (2-7) TICKETS
1 pm, Sunday
Arrowhead Stadium

The Chiefs were just starting to roll when they were shut down by Miami last week. They're still in the hunt in the AFC for a playoff spot though, and a win over Oakland this week will help a lot. There really isn't a better matchup for Larry Johnson than against the hapless Raiders at home in Arrowhead Stadium. We imagine that the Chiefs' game plan will be to feed the ball to Larry Johnson over and over again, and let him run down the Raiders and run out the clock. If you want to see a great running game, this is the game for you. The Chiefs need this win to keep their playoff hopes alive, and we don't think they'll have any trouble getting it.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Buffalo Bills 21, Houston Texans 14
(Last Week: 9-7/Season 91-54)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Is there even a debate? Start RB Larry Johnson. (Last week: Johnson, 18 carries for 75 yards, 1 TD)

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PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (5-3) AT MIAMI DOLPHINS (2-6) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Dolphins Stadium

The Kansas City Chiefs are starting to make a push. They knocked off the Rams last week with an impressive win on the road. Their travels continue as they make their way down to Florida to take on the Dolphins. But wait, these 2-6 fish just beat the mighty Bears. And they did it in fine fashion at Soldier Field. Is Nick Saban’s crew getting ready to make another late season run? The Chiefs will be running Larry Johnson at a Miami defense that been carrying the team. The Chiefs might be running into buzzsaw here but we don’t think so. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City Chiefs 28, Miami Dolphins 20
(Last Week: 9-4/Season 82-47)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Chiefs running back Larry Johnson (Last week: Larry Johnson, 27 rushes, 172 yards, 1 TD)
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PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS
SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (4-2) AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (3-3) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Arrowhead Stadium

After a slow start, the Chiefs appear to have turned things around. The offense, led by Larry Johnson and tight end Tony Gonzales, was firing on all cylinders in last week's upset of San Diego. The win also put the Chiefs back in thick of the AFC West race. But there's still a long way to go for coach Herman Edwards' team. And it starts this week with a visit from the defending NFC Champion Seattle Seahawks, who will be without reigning NFL MVP Shaun Alexander and Pro Bowl quarterback Matt Hasselbeck.

ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: Kansas City 28, Seattle 10
(Last Week: 5-8/Season 65-39)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Kansas City running back Larry Johnson. (Last Week: Johnson -  )

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PAST WEEK'S KANSAS CITY CHIEFS TICKETS
SAN DIEGO CHARGERS (4-1) AT KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (2-3) TICKETS
1 p.m., Sunday
Arrowhead Stadium

There may not be a more disappointing team in the NFL than coach Herman Edwards’ Chiefs. Surely, with All-Pro running back Larry Johnson at his disposal, Edwards could figure out how to kick-start the Chiefs’ offense. Maybe it will take the return of quarterback Trent Green for the Chiefs to turn things around. But by the time Green, who is out with a concussion, returns it might be too late. Things need to turn around in Kansas City immediately, but it won’t be easy with the Chargers coming to town. br>
ABCTickets.com NFL Prediction: San Diego Chargers 28, Kansas City Chiefs 21
(Last Week: 8-5/Season 60-31)

Fantasy Football ticket to victory: Kansas City running back Larry Johnson (Last week: Johnson - 15 carries, 26 yards, 1 TD)
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