Kansas City Chiefs 2020 schedule predictions

Kansas City Chiefs 2020 schedule predictions: Back to back champs?

The Kansas City Chiefs 2020 schedule predictions and previews are very optimistic and they should be. The Chiefs are the defending Super Bowl Champions. They have arguably the best player on the planet in quarterback Patrick Mahomes. Is there any reason to believe that this team will not repeat as champs?

Kansas City Chiefs 2020 schedule predictions

Kansas City Chiefs 2020 schedule

If you continually ask when do the Kansas City Chiefs play? We got you covered. Before we can make predictions we have to look at the schedule.

Games they should win

Despite the fact that the Chiefs won the Super Bowl a year ago, they have a decent schedule. In the NFL there are always some major changes from one year to another and this year is no different, but here are the games that the Chiefs should win this year.

The Chiefs will beat the rebuilding Carolina Panthers and the New York Jets without Jamal Adams. They will also do well in division again although the Broncos, Chargers and Raiders have all improved from a year ago.

Games they could lose

The Chiefs have some tough games on the schedule. They face three playoff teams from a year ago in the first four games and have four instances where they will play back-to-back. . They travel to Baltimore to face the Ravens and have to play the Saints in the Big Easy. If that wasn’t bad enough they also head to Tampa to take on Tom Brady on another short week in a divisional sandwich.  

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Upset Special

The Chiefs travel to Buffalo on a short week in a divisional sandwich, which will be a big stumbling block. Believe it or not the game in Miami may be troublesome if they are looking ahead to playing the Saints. The Chiefs need to avoid the Super Bowl hangover in week one against the Texans, because upsets happen every year in the NFL.

Win total and predictions

Chiefs win total 



  • The NFL team win projection for the Chiefs is 11.5. The over is juiced to (-145) which comes as no surprise. With an explosive offense featuring Tyreek Hill, Travis Kelce and Clyde Edwards-Helaire they are going to put up plenty of points. However, they are going to have a big target on their back.

  • They are going to get double-digit victories and make the playoffs, but they will fall just short of 12 wins.