Thursday, April 18, 2013
The Kansas City Chiefs will open the 2013 season against the Jaguars in Jacksonville before returning home to host the Dallas Cowboys in the second week of the season.
The Chiefs will go to Philadelphia to play Andy Reid's former team, the Eagles, on a Thursday Night Football game.
The NFL released the schedule for all teams on Thursday, including the league's opening-night game between the Super Bowl-champion Baltimore Ravens and the Denver Broncos.
The Chiefs regular-season schedule looks like this, with home games in CAPS. All games start at noon CT unless otherwise indicated.
Sept. 8 at Jacksonville
Sept. 15 DALLAS
Sept. 19 at Philadelphia (7:25 p.m.)
Sept. 29 NEW YORK GIANTS
Oct. 6 at Tennessee
Oct. 13 OAKLAND
Oct. 20 HOUSTON
Oct. 27 CLEVELAND
Nov. 3 at Buffalo
Nov. 10 Bye
Nov. 17 at Denver (3:05 p.m.)
Nov. 24 SAN DIEGO
Dec. 1 DENVER
Dec. 8 at Washington
Dec. 15 at Oakland (3:05 p.m.)
Dec. 22 INDIANAPOLIS
Dec. 29 at San Diego (3:25 p.m.)
Dates and times in the last few weeks of the season are subject to change, based on the league's flexible scheduling policy. Prime-time games featuring teams not likely to make the playoffs could be changed for games featuring teams jockeying for post-season position.
The Chiefs will play preseason games at home against the San Francisco 49ers and the Green Bay Packers. They will travel to play the New Orleans Saints and the Pittsburgh Steelers. Dates and times for those preseason games have not yet been announced.