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Chiefs Injuries

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  • Josh Gordon

    WR

    Josh Gordon (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Ronald Jones

    RB

    Ronald Jones (Ankle) is out this week.

    Out

  • Justin Watson

    WR

    Justin Watson (Quad) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Jermaine Carter

    LB

    Jermaine Carter (Groin) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Jody Fortson

    TE

    Jody Fortson (achilles) is out this week.

    Out

  • Deandre Baker

    CB

    Deandre Baker (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

  • Lonnie Johnson

    CB

    Lonnie Johnson (Illness) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Khalen Saunders

    DT

    Khalen Saunders (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Derrick Gore

    RB

    Derrick Gore (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Prince Tega Wanogho

    T

    Prince Tega Wanogho (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Joshua Kaindoh

    DE

    Joshua Kaindoh (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Shane Buechele

    QB

    Shane Buechele (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

Chiefs 2022 Schedule & Betting Odds

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Depth Chart

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Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBPatrick MahomesChad Henne
RBClyde Edwards-HelaireDarrel Williams
WRTyreek HillMecole HardmanDemarcus RobinsonByron PringleMarcus KempDaurice Fountain
TETravis KelceBlake BellNoah Gray
LTOrlando BrownMike Remmers
LGNick AllegrettiJoe Thuney
CCreed HumphreyAustin Blythe
RGTrey Smith
RTLucas NiangAndrew Wylie
LDEChris JonesAlex OkaforJoshua Kaindoh
LDTJarran ReedTershawn Wharton
RDTDerrick NnadiKhalen Saunders
RDEFrank ClarkMike Danna
SSTyrann MathieuArmani Watts
FSDaniel SorensenJuan Thornhill
PTommy Townsend
HTommy Townsend
PRMecole HardmanTyreek Hill
KRMecole HardmanByron Pringle
LSJames Winchester
FBMichael Burton
CBRashad FentonMike HughesL'Jarius SneedChristopher LammonsCharvarius WardDeandre BakerZayne Anderson
LBDarius HarrisBen NiemannDorian O'DanielNick BoltonAnthony Hitchens
KHarrison ButkerTommy Townsend

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Kansas City Chiefs 2021-22 Season Recap

Regular Season

Expectations are high for the Kansas City Chiefs these days after competing in the AFC Championship in three straight years, including two trips to the Super Bowl, and a 2019 championship crown. So, naturally, when the Chiefs opened the season with four losses in the first seven weeks of the season, the sky felt like it was falling in Kansas City. The Chiefs had the look of a team that was not gelling on the field, and in some cases, seemed downright confused as a unit on the field. Were the Chiefs' reign over in the AFC after several dominant seasons? Not so fast.

After a sputtering start to 2021, the Chiefs found their dominant form once again. They went on to win nine of the last ten games of the season, including a hard-fought 13-7 victory over the Packers. Many people saw this game as a preview of Super Bowl LVI with Mahomes barely edging Rodgers in the regular-season matchup. The Cincinnati Bengals were the only team to beat the Chiefs throughout their amazing 10-game stretch. Little did anybody know, this would not be the last time the Chiefs fell to the Bengals this season.

AFC Playoffs

The Chiefs opened the playoffs as the #2 seed in the AFC, earning homefield advantage in the Wild Card round against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers, a struggling team all season, rightfully arrived at Arrowhead as big underdogs. The game held little drama as the Chiefs easily took care of business winning 42-21. The biggest storyline of this game was the impending retirement of Ben Roethlisberger. Up next, the Chiefs would square off against Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills in what many people believe to be the next big rivalry in the NFL.

Buffalo vs. Kansas City lived up to its billing. Allen and Mahomes squared off in what was an NFL instant classic. The Chiefs and Bills combined to score 25 points under with under two minutes left in the game, including a legendary TD drive by Mahomes and the Chiefs with only 13 seconds left in regulation. A Harrison Butker field goal as the clock struck zero sent this thriller into overtime. Cue the controversy. The Chiefs won the overtime toss and scored a touchdown on their first drive, knocking the Bills out of the playoffs. Uproar emerged following the game regarding the overtime rules and that the Bills did not have a chance to answer the scoring drive. Regardless of the sentiment, the Chiefs were off to a fourth consecutive AFC Championship.

The AFC Championship favored Kansas City as the team who was familiar with this large stage compared to a Bengals team led by a young core of players who had never played in a game this important. The Chiefs jumped out to an early lead and seemed poised to cruise to Super Bowl LVI, leading the Bengals 21-10 at halftime. The Bengals, however, found their footing in the second half and clamped down on Mahomes, Kelce, and Hill. Slowly but surely, the Bengals were able to close the gap, and eventually tied the game at the end of the third quarter. The fourth quartered featured a defensive battle with each team only able to put a single field goal on the board each. The Chiefs were headed to overtime for a second straight game. Most thought the game to be over when the Chiefs won the overtime toss again. But, the Bengals' defense rose to the challenge, forcing a Chiefs punt. Joe Burrow and company wouldn't pass up their chance to seal the deal. A meticulous drive down the field set up an Evan McPherson game-winning field goal that would send the Bengals to an improbable Super Bowl LVI appearance. The Chiefs' season ended in heartbreak, but they will likely be AFC favorites once again in 2022-23.

How to Bet on the Kansas City Chiefs

Sports betting is not currently legal in Missouri and won't be for the foreseeable future. Lawmakers introduced bills in 2020, 2021 and 2022, but none of them gained enough traction to eventually become law. Expect to see continued efforts there, however, because Kansas legalized sports betting in 2022. Stay up to date on the state's sports betting news and legalization status by reading our Missouri sports betting page.

You cannot technically bet on the Chiefs just yet in Kansas, but you will be able to soon. Legal Kansas sports betting is expected to go live by Jan. 1, 2023. Once that launch date arrives, sportsbooks will go online and you'll be to place wagers on the Chiefs.

Check out our Kansas sports betting page to stay updated on the legalization status in the state and the official date you can start betting.

If you already live in a legal betting state and want to wager on the Chiefs in the 2022-23 season, here are a few great sportsbook options:

BetMGM Sportsbook

BetMGM offers new and veteran bettors alike a terrific betting experience with a simple and sleek desktop and mobile design. Bettors can take advantage of our partnership and sign up with BetMGM using promo code ACTION to receive up to $1,000 in risk-free bets.

Read our BetMGM Sportsbook review for more information about our BetMGM bonus code and instructions on how to sign up.

Caesars Sportsbook

Another great option for new sports bettors is Caesars Sportsbook. New users can claim a risk-free bet up to $1,500 when using the promo code ACTION15.

Read our Caesars review for more information about our Ceasars Sportsbook promo code and instructions on how to sign up.

PointsBet Promo Code

PointsBet has partnered with the Action Network to give new users an astounding $2,200 in risk-free bets when they register with the promo code ACTION2K1.

Read our PointsBet review for more information about our PointsBet promo code and instructions on how to sign up.

PrizePicks Promo Code

If you're looking for a different type of action and you're betting in Kansas, PrizePicks is a great option for daily fantasy sports. PrizePicks is among the most simple and exciting DFS games in North America because users just have to place their bets, pick their favorite players, and choose over/under totals for a chance to win cash. New users can claim a deposit match on up to $100. Sign up for the PrizePicks app using the promo code ACTION.

Frequently Asked Questions
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Next Chiefs Game

Game Details
@ Chicago Bears
Chicago
location pin
Sat 8/135:00 PM

Promotions

Right Arrow
No promotions available. Try selecting a different location.

Chiefs Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Josh Gordon

    WR

    Josh Gordon (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Ronald Jones

    RB

    Ronald Jones (Ankle) is out this week.

    Out

  • Justin Watson

    WR

    Justin Watson (Quad) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Jermaine Carter

    LB

    Jermaine Carter (Groin) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Jody Fortson

    TE

    Jody Fortson (achilles) is out this week.

    Out

  • Deandre Baker

    CB

    Deandre Baker (Knee) is out this week.

    Out

  • Lonnie Johnson

    CB

    Lonnie Johnson (Illness) is questionable this week.

    Questionable

  • Khalen Saunders

    DT

    Khalen Saunders (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Derrick Gore

    RB

    Derrick Gore (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Prince Tega Wanogho

    T

    Prince Tega Wanogho (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Joshua Kaindoh

    DE

    Joshua Kaindoh (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

  • Shane Buechele

    QB

    Shane Buechele (Inactive) is out this week.

    Out

Kansas City Chiefs 2021-22 Season Recap

Regular Season

Expectations are high for the Kansas City Chiefs these days after competing in the AFC Championship in three straight years, including two trips to the Super Bowl, and a 2019 championship crown. So, naturally, when the Chiefs opened the season with four losses in the first seven weeks of the season, the sky felt like it was falling in Kansas City. The Chiefs had the look of a team that was not gelling on the field, and in some cases, seemed downright confused as a unit on the field. Were the Chiefs' reign over in the AFC after several dominant seasons? Not so fast.

After a sputtering start to 2021, the Chiefs found their dominant form once again. They went on to win nine of the last ten games of the season, including a hard-fought 13-7 victory over the Packers. Many people saw this game as a preview of Super Bowl LVI with Mahomes barely edging Rodgers in the regular-season matchup. The Cincinnati Bengals were the only team to beat the Chiefs throughout their amazing 10-game stretch. Little did anybody know, this would not be the last time the Chiefs fell to the Bengals this season.

AFC Playoffs

The Chiefs opened the playoffs as the #2 seed in the AFC, earning homefield advantage in the Wild Card round against the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers, a struggling team all season, rightfully arrived at Arrowhead as big underdogs. The game held little drama as the Chiefs easily took care of business winning 42-21. The biggest storyline of this game was the impending retirement of Ben Roethlisberger. Up next, the Chiefs would square off against Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills in what many people believe to be the next big rivalry in the NFL.

Buffalo vs. Kansas City lived up to its billing. Allen and Mahomes squared off in what was an NFL instant classic. The Chiefs and Bills combined to score 25 points under with under two minutes left in the game, including a legendary TD drive by Mahomes and the Chiefs with only 13 seconds left in regulation. A Harrison Butker field goal as the clock struck zero sent this thriller into overtime. Cue the controversy. The Chiefs won the overtime toss and scored a touchdown on their first drive, knocking the Bills out of the playoffs. Uproar emerged following the game regarding the overtime rules and that the Bills did not have a chance to answer the scoring drive. Regardless of the sentiment, the Chiefs were off to a fourth consecutive AFC Championship.

The AFC Championship favored Kansas City as the team who was familiar with this large stage compared to a Bengals team led by a young core of players who had never played in a game this important. The Chiefs jumped out to an early lead and seemed poised to cruise to Super Bowl LVI, leading the Bengals 21-10 at halftime. The Bengals, however, found their footing in the second half and clamped down on Mahomes, Kelce, and Hill. Slowly but surely, the Bengals were able to close the gap, and eventually tied the game at the end of the third quarter. The fourth quartered featured a defensive battle with each team only able to put a single field goal on the board each. The Chiefs were headed to overtime for a second straight game. Most thought the game to be over when the Chiefs won the overtime toss again. But, the Bengals' defense rose to the challenge, forcing a Chiefs punt. Joe Burrow and company wouldn't pass up their chance to seal the deal. A meticulous drive down the field set up an Evan McPherson game-winning field goal that would send the Bengals to an improbable Super Bowl LVI appearance. The Chiefs' season ended in heartbreak, but they will likely be AFC favorites once again in 2022-23.

How to Bet on the Kansas City Chiefs

Sports betting is not currently legal in Missouri and won't be for the foreseeable future. Lawmakers introduced bills in 2020, 2021 and 2022, but none of them gained enough traction to eventually become law. Expect to see continued efforts there, however, because Kansas legalized sports betting in 2022. Stay up to date on the state's sports betting news and legalization status by reading our Missouri sports betting page.

You cannot technically bet on the Chiefs just yet in Kansas, but you will be able to soon. Legal Kansas sports betting is expected to go live by Jan. 1, 2023. Once that launch date arrives, sportsbooks will go online and you'll be to place wagers on the Chiefs.

Check out our Kansas sports betting page to stay updated on the legalization status in the state and the official date you can start betting.

If you already live in a legal betting state and want to wager on the Chiefs in the 2022-23 season, here are a few great sportsbook options:

BetMGM Sportsbook

BetMGM offers new and veteran bettors alike a terrific betting experience with a simple and sleek desktop and mobile design. Bettors can take advantage of our partnership and sign up with BetMGM using promo code ACTION to receive up to $1,000 in risk-free bets.

Read our BetMGM Sportsbook review for more information about our BetMGM bonus code and instructions on how to sign up.

Caesars Sportsbook

Another great option for new sports bettors is Caesars Sportsbook. New users can claim a risk-free bet up to $1,500 when using the promo code ACTION15.

Read our Caesars review for more information about our Ceasars Sportsbook promo code and instructions on how to sign up.

PointsBet Promo Code

PointsBet has partnered with the Action Network to give new users an astounding $2,200 in risk-free bets when they register with the promo code ACTION2K1.

Read our PointsBet review for more information about our PointsBet promo code and instructions on how to sign up.

PrizePicks Promo Code

If you're looking for a different type of action and you're betting in Kansas, PrizePicks is a great option for daily fantasy sports. PrizePicks is among the most simple and exciting DFS games in North America because users just have to place their bets, pick their favorite players, and choose over/under totals for a chance to win cash. New users can claim a deposit match on up to $100. Sign up for the PrizePicks app using the promo code ACTION.

Frequently Asked Questions
How do I buy Kansas City Chiefs tickets?
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When is the Kansas City Chiefs' first game of the 2021-22 season?
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Are the Kansas City Chiefs on national television for the 2021-22 season?
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Have the Kansas City Chiefs won a championship?
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What team did the Kansas City Chiefs begin as?
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What were the Kansas City Chiefs' preseason over/under win totals odds for the 2021-22 season?
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What were the Kansas City Chiefs' preseason odds of making or missing the playoffs for the 2021-22 season?
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What were the Kansas City Chiefs' preseason odds to win the AFC West for the 2021-22 season?
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What were the Kansas City Chiefs' preseason Super Bowl odds for the 2021-2022 season?
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What sportsbooks are available in Missouri?
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