Kansas City Chiefs Tickets

Kansas City Chiefs Tickets

Kansas City Chiefs is an American Football Club in Kansas City, Missouri. They are member of American Football Conference, West division. They joined NFL in 1960. They have won three AFL Championships and became second AFL team to beat NFL team in Super Bowl IV. Are you a fan? Book Sporting KC tickets from askaticket and cheer your favorite team.




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In terms of Super Bowl glory, the Kansas City Chiefs first and only NFL title came way back in 1969 in the final installment of the game between the two leagues (the merger took place on the field in 1970). These days, the franchise has fallen upon hard times as the club has won only 29 games the past six seasons dating back to 2007, losing 12 or more games four times. Add in the fact that the franchise hasn’t won a playoff game since 1993 and sadly, the good times have outweighed the bad as of late.

In 2012 a year of promise turned into a season of disappointment as the Chiefs scored a league-low 211 points and their offensive unit managed only 17 touchdowns, as many as Texans’ running back Arian Foster. Hanging onto the football was a problem as Kansas City committed 37 turnovers, tied for the most in the league. Combine that with a league-low 13 takeaways and it just added to the season-long issues. And the Chiefs’ defense also had its issues stopping the run, ranking 27th in the NFL in that key category.

In 2013 two of the bigger moves around the league this offseason involved the Chiefs, who hired head coach Andy Reid and traded for quarterback Alex Smith, late of the 49ers. The team has been anything but quiet during free agency, adding cornerbacks Sean Smith (Dolphins) and Dunta Robinson (Falcons) to the secondary and defensive tackle Mike DeVito (Jets) up front. On offense, the Chiefs gave Smith some additional weapons in wide receiver Donnie Avery (Colts) and tight end Anthony Fasano (Dolphins). And if running back Jamaal Charles (1,509 rushing yards) has another big year. They came 2nd in AFC West Division and were defeated in playoffs by Colts 45-44.

In 2014 second season under head coach Andy Reid. They broke crowd noise record in a match against New England Patriots with a crowd roar of 142.2. But Chiefs were not able to keep up their record of 11-5 and didn’t make it to playoffs. But they defeated the two teams which played against each other in that season’s Super Bowl. Watch their performance in new season. The Kansas City Chiefs 2015 Schedule has been uploaded. Book your Kansas City Chiefs Tickets from Askaticket.