Chiefs Opponent Scout
Taking a look at what to expect from the Kansas City Chiefs' upcoming opponents.
For the linebackers having to step up, starting with the Colts running back is a baptism by fire.
Los Angeles has two of the best edge defenders in the NFL leading its defensive front.
In the season opener, a Kansas City defensive unit that needs to prove itself will get its chance.
The Bengals have an incredible, young quarterback — but protecting him has been a challenge.
Buffalo has had a roller-coaster season — which has coincided with the ups and downs of its talented quarterback.
Anything can happen in the postseason — and during Wild Card weekend, Pittsburgh is hoping to prove that’s true.
Just like in the last game, Denver will use the strength of its defense to directly counter the strength of Kansas City’s offense.
The Cincinnati quarterback has the awareness (and playmakers) to make defending him far from simple.
Pittsburgh’s defense has carried the team — and it starts with their Defensive Player of the Year candidate.
The combination of Justin Herbert and any of Los Angeles’ pass-catchers will be their biggest threat.
In their first matchup, Las Vegas had opportunities for big passing plays against Kansas City.
In recent weeks, the surging Broncos have been aided by a strong running game.
Explaining the points to watch with Dallas coming into Kansas City.
Las Vegas has the pass rush to make things harder than they already have been for the Kansas City passing game.
Green Bay is a dangerous team, even without their starting quarterback.
The Giants’ quarterback threatens defenses with his dual-threat ability.
Tennessee has no hesitation to pound the rock with the NFL’s best running back.
This season, the Buffalo defense has arguably been the league’s best — especially at creating turnovers.
The Kansas City offense must rely on short passes and the running game to counter Philadelphia’s conservative defense.
Something will have to give as two units with abysmal red-zone play will go head to head on Sunday.
While Baltimore’s run defense was stout, there were holes in their pass coverage throughout their Week 1 loss.