The Kansas City Chiefs have been one of the most successful teams in the National Football League since coach Andy Reid arrived, and that trend should easily continue into 2021 and beyond.
Reid took over a 2-14 team in 2013 and immediately posted eight straight winning seasons with seven postseason trips, including back-to-back AFC championships and, of course, a 31-20 victory over the San Francisco 49ers in Super Bowl LIV.
The Chiefs came up short in a bid for a second consecutive Lombardi Trophy this past February, falling to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the Bucs’ home stadium in Super Bowl LV. But with superstar quarterback Patrick Mahomes at the helm, don’t be surprised if the Chiefs get back to the sport’s biggest stage again this year.
The 2018 MVP has thrown for 4,000+ yards in each of his three years as a starting quarterback and is known for his ability to extend plays and make highlight-reel throws that leave defensive coordinators shaking their heads. Although Mahomes and Kansas City didn’t score a touchdown in their final game a year ago, much of the blame for that poor performance can be attributed to a banged-up offensive line. The Chiefs’ front office has made revamping that position group a focal point of the just-completed offseason, and Mahomes should benefit this fall from additional time to throw and pick out receiving targets, most notably All-Pros Travis Kelce and Tyreek Hill.
Kansas City opens the 2021 season by welcoming the Cleveland Browns to town on September 12 for a rematch of last year’s divisional playoff game. The Chiefs’ first road trip comes the following weekend as Mahomes duels with Ravens star Lamar Jackson in a battle of MVP-caliber quarterbacks on Sunday night, September 19 in Baltimore. October 10 brings another prime-time playoff rematch, as Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills return to Arrowhead Stadium less than nine months after their AFC Championship Game visit.
And with the NFL’s decision to add a 17th game to the regular season starting this fall, there’s one more huge quarterback showdown on the docket: a potential first-ever meeting between Mahomes and Packers legend Aaron Rodgers Sunday, November 7 in Kansas City. (The Chiefs faced the Packers as recently as 2019, but Mahomes missed that game due to injury.)
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