Kansas City Chiefs tickets are hot once again with a newly renovated Arrowhead Stadium and a new sense of optimism in KC. We can get you the best Arrowhead Stadium seats for any game you want to see on the 2014 KC Chiefs schedule. And when it’s time for the postseason, be sure to come back for a wide variety of Chiefs playoff tickets as you support the team on the way to the Super Bowl.
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The Kansas City Chiefs finished last season at a very disappointing 2-14. They fired Romeo Crennel and hired former Eagles head coach Andy Reid to turn things around. Although they only won two games last season, they did receive the number one pick in this year’s NFL draft. With that selection KC selected OT Eric Fisher out of Central Michigan to help anchor their struggling offensive line. The future looks bright for this organization, so order your Kansas City Chiefs tickets today to see if Reid and company can turn things around for one of the most loyal and dedicated fanbases in the NFL.
The most important part of the 2013 Kansas City Chiefs schedule this year will undoubtedly be the six games against their divisional opponents. If the Chiefs can put up a winning record against the AFC West and pick up some wins in their other home games against the Cowboys, Giants, Browns, and Broncos then they might just make a run at the playoffs. Make sure you are there at Arrowhead Stadium to see it all happen with KC Chiefs tickets from GoTickets.
The most important player on the Kansas City Chiefs roster just might be newly acquired quarterback Alex Smith. The former number one overall pick lost his starting job last season in San Fran thanks to the incredible play of QB Colin Kaepernick. Smith is out to prove that he still has plenty left in the tank as he takes over under center for the Chiefs. Take a look at the Kansas City Chiefs schedule for the upcoming season and make your plans to be at Arrowhead Stadium this year.