Kansas City Chiffra is one of the most consistent teams in the NFL.
They have played every year since 2015 and won nine post-season games.
Head coach Andy Reid joined the squad in 2013 and has missed the playoffs only once in his tenure.
Since taking over as the team’s full-time starter, Patrick Mahoms has played four consecutive AFC Championship games and two Super Bowls.
The Chiefs won the Super Bowl LIV in a play-off race where they had to come from behind in every game to lift the Vince Lombardy Trophy.
During that race, the Chiefs had a strong edge over Travis Kells and wide receiver Tyrick Hill Mahoms as the primary target.
Hill, however, was traded to the Miami Dolphins and signed a four-year, 120 million contract.
Similarly, All-Pro Security Tyrone Matthews joined his hometown team, the New Orleans Saints.
The departure of both players can weaken the chiefs on both sides of the ball.
Worst still, their 2022 schedule is not easy given the pro football focus.
The teams have the toughest schedule for next season pic.twitter.com/mSpwHwN11p
– PFF (FPFF) May 23, 2022
The PFF ranked the Chiefs as the toughest strength team on the next season’s schedule.
The top five are completed by the New England Patriots, the Miami Dolphins, the Las Vegas Raiders and the Buffalo Bills.
A glimpse of the Chief’s 2022 schedule
The chiefs are at AFC West, one of the toughest divisions at the moment.
Therefore, they will have to face the Raiders, Denver Broncos and Los Angeles Chargers at least twice.
The Raiders have improved their list by adding Adams and Chandler Jones to Davante.
Meanwhile, the Broncos have traded for Russell Wilson to facilitate their talented offensive unit.
The Chargers still have Justin Herbert and company, but have been upgraded to defense with Khalil Mack, Jesse Jackson, Sebastian Joseph-Day and Kyle Van Noy.
In addition to their division rivals, Chiffra will face the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Cincinnati Bengals, the Indianapolis Colts and the Tennessee Titans.
The Kansas City Arizona Cardinals, San Francisco 49ers and Los Angeles Rams will play NFC West.
The chiefs hope their defense can neutralize these teams in the regular season.