From the comments...
Matt Verderame: Great schedule. Good bye placement, easy road game to start the year. I also love our last game being against San Diego, who will be out of it at that point.
MNChiefsfan: I love the fact that down the stretch there are a TON of division games
ryan is here: No home prime time games? Lame.
joplin chiefs fan: We are the worst team in football. This isn't the season to complain about not getting our fair share.
Elliott Duncan: We are set up nicely for some flexing later on in the season with so many division rivals so late.
sheldonmoon69: First 10 weeks Look pretty good. Gets a little tougher after that.
jbj8609: 3 NFC East Matchups in a row. In 2009 it was four, so....cool?
Bluescity Joe: I'll tell you one thing: If the Jags take Geno, and he beats the Chiefs week 1 while throwing for 300 yards and 3 TD, I will be very, very unhappy.
It's going to be pretty cool to play against Geno in Week 1.— Carrington Harrison (@cdotharrison) April 19, 2013
NFL did Reid a HUGE favor giving them 5 of their 6 AFC west opponent starting week 11. Allows them to get kinks worked out in scheme.— Nick Jacobs (@Jacobs71) April 19, 2013
Overall, a favorable schedule for Chiefs. Opener at Jacksonville is as easy a road assignment as team could have to begin the season— Adam Teicher (@adamteicher) April 19, 2013
I like the Chiefs matchups but schedule makes no sense. 3 in a row vs. NFC East, 1 Primetime game (Thurs), and 1 Week between Denver Games— Michael Admire (@Admire_OnAir) April 19, 2013
My main thoughts about the #Chiefs schedule is I think it's weird they play the Broncos 2 out of 3 weeks and I want to go to the Giants game— Charley Bliese (@CharleyinKC) April 19, 2013
#chiefs I like having a bye week before going out to Denver— Matt Macdonald (@Omahamacdonald) April 19, 2013
Only one primetime game for the #Chiefs is week 3 vs. Philadelphia.— NFL Guru (@ChiefsBeef) April 19, 2013
#chiefs 3 out of 4 on the road to end the season…ooof— Matt Macdonald (@Omahamacdonald) April 19, 2013
Chiefs on FOX twice in the first four weeks than CBS all the way. Week two on NFL Network.— Mike Vamosi (@MikeVmos) April 19, 2013
Tired of the #Chiefs not getting Monday night or even Sunday night games at Arrowhead.. That place is the loudest. Why not let the world see— Zack Jahner (@ZackJahner) April 19, 2013
Here's the full regular season schedule:
Week 1. @ Jacksonville Jaguars (Sept. 8, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 2. Dallas Cowboys (Sept. 15, 12 p.m., Fox)
Week 3. @ Philadelphia Eagles (Sept. 19, 7:25 p.m., NFLN)
Week 4. New York Giants (Sept. 29, 12 p.m., Fox)
Week 5. @ Tennessee Titans (Oct. 6, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 6. Oakland Raiders (Oct 13, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 7. Houston Texans (Oct 20, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 8. Cleveland Browns (Oct. 27, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 9. @ Buffalo Bills (Nov. 3, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 10. BYE
Week 11. @ Denver Broncos (Nov. 17, 3:05 p.m., CBS)
Week 12. San Diego Chargers (Nov. 24, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 13. Denver Broncos (Dec. 1, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 14. @ Washington Redskins (Dec. 8, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 15. @ Oakland Raiders (Dec. 15, 3:05 p.m., CBS)
Week 16. Indianapolis Colts (Dec. 22, 12 p.m., CBS)
Week 17. @ San Diego Chargers (Dec. 29, 3:25 p.m., CBS)