2017 ScheduleAll times ET

2017 Schedule
7-6, 1st in AFC West
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Defense will key Saints' win over Jets (0:24)
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Bruschi: KC's offense is 'turning a corner' (0:43)
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Hunt is key to keeping KC's offense hot (0:36)
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Chargers matchup not in Hill's favor (0:41)
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NFL evaluators make picks on Week 15's best games

We gathered a panel of NFL execs to break down the five biggest games in Week 15. Who wins Chargers-Chiefs, Packers-Panthers, Rams-Seahawks, Patriots-Steelers and Cowboys-Raiders?

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Week 15 will have major playoff implications (0:47)
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Keenan Allen: Arrowhead Is My Favorite Place

Chargers WR Keenan Allen talks to Adam Schefter about L.A.'s Week 15 matchup with the Chiefs, why he loves playing at Arrowhead Stadium and more.

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Ex-NFLer Larry Johnson: I believe I have CTE

In an interview with the Washington Post, former NFL running back Larry Johnson talked of his violent tendencies, memory loss, anxiety and paranoia, saying those symptoms are consistent with former players who died from CTE.

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Shake-up at the top of NFL Power Rankings (1:00)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs promoted their 2017 sixth-round draft pick, safety Leon McQuay, from the practice squad. He takes the roster spot of backup safety Steven Terrell, who was placed on the injured reserve list.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs QB Alex Smith is one of eight finalists for the NFL's Art Rooney Sportsmanship Award, given to a player who best demonstrates the qualities of sportsmanship, fair play, respect for the game and opponents and integrity in competition. The winner will be determined by a vote of NFL players and announced on Feb. 3.

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Chiefs grab momentum before AFC West showdown against Chargers (0:47)
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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs can take something positive into next week's showdown against the Chargers.

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Chiefs' blueprint to victory all about Hunt (1:00)

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Safety Ron Parker said the increased presence this week of injured teammate Eric Berry was a factor as the Chiefs broke a four-game winning streak by beating the Raiders. “He was around a little bit more than normal this week, extra, like,'' Parker said of Berry, who ruptured his Achilles tendon in Kansas City's season-opening win over the Patriots. “He was even at the hotel with us last night. It's different . . .Any advice he can give to us while he's not out there, he's giving it to us and that's much respect. That's taking us a long way . . . We feed off his energy, his vibe. Just to look at him and see him walk through (the locker room), it gives you a different energy. We do feed off his presence.'' Parker said Berry was at the practice facility late into the night on Wednesday helping some of the Chiefs' defensive backs work on their techniques in man-to-man coverage.

Team Stats

Passing Yards254.78th
Rushing Yards116.612th
Points For25.3Tied-6th
Points Against22.215th