Chiefs have five prime-time games in 2019

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The NFL released its regular season schedule on Wednesday. The Kansas City Chiefs have five prime-time games, a year after making it to the AFC Championship Game. 

Here is the Chiefs' full schedule:


Date                             Opponent                                            Time                            Network

Saturday, Aug. 10        Cincinnati Bengals                              7:00 p.m.                        KCTV5

Saturday, Aug. 17         at Pittsburgh Steelers                            6:30 p.m.                        KCTV5

Saturday, Aug. 24        San Francisco 49ers                            7:00 p.m.                        KCTV5

Thursday, Aug. 29         at Green Bay Packers                            7:00 p.m.                        KCTV5

*Times and dates are tentative and subject to change.


Date                             Opponent                                            Time                            Network

Sunday, Sept. 8            at Jacksonville Jaguars                          Noon                            CBS

Sunday, Sept. 15           at Oakland Raiders                                3:05 p.m.                        CBS

Sunday, Sept. 22         Baltimore Ravens                                Noon                            CBS

Sunday, Sept. 29           at Detroit Lions                                      Noon                            FOX

Sunday, Oct. 6             Indianapolis Colts*                              7:20 p.m.                        NBC

Sunday, Oct. 13           Houston Texans*                                 Noon                            CBS

Thursday, Oct. 17          at Denver Broncos                                 7:20 p.m.                        FOX/NFLN/AMAZON

Sunday, Oct. 27           Green Bay Packers*                            7:20 p.m.                        NBC

Sunday, Nov. 3            Minnesota Vikings*                              Noon                            FOX

Sunday, Nov. 10           at Tennessee Titans*                             Noon                            CBS

Monday, Nov. 18           at Los Angeles Chargers (Mexico City)   7:15 p.m.                        ESPN

Sunday, Nov. 24          BYE WEEK                                          - - - - -                           - - - - -

Sunday, Dec. 1            Oakland Raiders*                                 Noon                            CBS

Sunday, Dec. 8             at New England Patriots *                       3:25 p.m.                        CBS

Sunday, Dec. 15           Denver Broncos*                                 Noon                            CBS

Sunday, Dec. 22           at Chicago Bears*                                 7:20 p.m.                        NBC

Sunday, Dec. 29           Los Angeles Chargers*                        Noon                            CBS

Home games in bold; all kickoffs are Central Time.

* Subject to Flexible Scheduling

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