clock menu more-arrow no yes

Filed under:

Give your opinion on the Chiefs through SB Nation’s FanPulse!

New, comments

Chiefs fans are the best. It’s time for you to do your part to show the world!

NFL: AUG 04 Chiefs Training Camp Photo by Nick Tre. Smith/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

Yes! Football is B-A-C-K!

Like you, we spend the offseason counting down the days until the game we love is back for another season. With the Kansas City Chiefs in training camp at Missouri Western State University in St. Joseph, the start of the regular season is tantalizingly close!

Expectations for the Chiefs couldn’t be higher for 2019. If only there was some way for you to express how you’re feeling on a variety of topics surrounding your favorite team...

Wait... there is such a way!

SB Nation has a cool tool to measure what each NFL fan base is thinking as the season progresses. By taking part in the FanPulse program, your two cents will become part of Arrowhead Pride’s collective voice among the 32 SB Nation NFL sites.

In 2018, FanPulse tracked things like how we thought each game would go — and how confident we were about the Chiefs as the season progressed (On September 6, Chiefs fans were “somewhat confident” about the season). In November, we learned that every AFC West team saw the Chiefs as their top rival. In April, FanPulse asked about which position Chiefs fans saw as the biggest team need. (Hint: It was cornerback). You get the idea.

We’ve got more things planned for 2019 — and we want you to be part of it!

How do I be a part of FanPulse?

Couldn’t be easier. Just click right here and answer the few questions. Done.

What can I expect to happen?

Every so often (usually once a week) you’ll get an email to your Inbox. It’ll ask you a few multiple-choice questions that have to do with the Chiefs. Answer them — and you’re done.

Will I get any spam?

Only if you buy it at the grocery store. Seriously... signing up for FanPulse won’t cause spam to land in your Inbox. Promise.

Click here to sign up now — so that in late January, you’ll be able to click on “Yes, I think the Chiefs will win the Super Bowl this Sunday evening!”