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Chiefs 2015 Season

After an appealing win for the Chiefs versus Houston in Week 1, Kansas City went on a five-game losing streak culminating in a 16-10 loss to Minnesota and the loss of Jamaal Charles to a torn ACL. They handled one of the most unlikely season returns in the NFL and won 10 straight to enhance their record from 1-5 to 11-5. The team clinched a playoff berth after a 17-13 win over Cleveland in Week 16 to end up being just the 2nd NFL team to do so after the merger.

After a Week 17 win over Oakland 23-17, the Chiefs accomplished their longest winning streak in franchise history at 10 video games. It was their very first playoff win given that 1994, and by the way, in the exact same city as their last playoff win.

Starting in 1994, the Friday before the Kansas City Chiefs home opening game as became to be known as “Red Friday”. On this day, Chiefs Fans everywhere will wear red in support of the Kansas City Chiefs. Also all over the city known as “The City of Fountains” will dye the water red in almost every fountain throughout the city. Besides showing support for the Chiefs, the most important part of the day is the Red Coaters with other volunteers will be selling the KC Star along with the Red Friday Magazine on street corners during the morning hours. The proceeds of the sell will go to local charities.

Arrowhead Stadium has been the Chiefs’ home field since 1972 and has a capacity of 77,000, which makes it the fourth largest stadium in the NFL. The stadium underwent a $375 million renovation, completed in mid-2010, which included new luxury boxes, wider concourses and enhanced amenities.The stadium renovation was paid for by $250 million in taxpayer money and $125 million from the Hunt Family. The stadium cost $53 million to build in 1972, and an average ticket in 2009 costs $81. Centerplate serves as the stadium’s concession provider and Sprint Nextel, Anheuser-Busch and Coca-Cola are major corporate sponsors.

From 1960 to 1969, the Chiefs were a successful franchise in the AFL, winning three league championships (in 1962, 1966 and 1969) and having an all-time AFL record of 92–50–5. The Chiefs were the second AFL team (after the New York Jets) to defeat an NFL franchise in an AFL–NFL World Championship Game when they defeated the Minnesota Vikings in Super Bowl IV. The team’s victory on January 11, 1970 remains the club’s last championship game victory and appearance to date. The Chiefs were the second team, after the Green Bay Packers, to appear in more than one Super Bowl; and, they were the first team to appear in the championship game in two different decades.

The Chiefs boast one of the most loyal fanbases in the NFL. Kansas City is the sixth-smallest media market with an NFL team, but they have had the second-highest attendance average over the last decade. Studies by Bizjournals in 2006 gave the Chiefs high marks for consistently drawing capacity crowds in both good seasons and bad. The Chiefs averaged 77,300 fans per game from 1996 to 2006, second in the NFL behind the Washington Redskins. The franchise has an official fan club called Chiefs Nation which gives members opportunities to ticket priority benefits and VIP treatment.

The Kansas City Chiefs founded a team drumline for the 2010 season. The Chiefs Rumble play in the parking lot, in the stands of the stadium, and the pregame. It is directed by Matt Arnet.

Kansas City Chiefs Retired numbers

Kansas City Chiefs retired numbers
No. Player Position Tenure
3 Jan Stenerud K 1967-79
16 Len Dawson QB 1962-75
18 Emmitt Thomas CB 1966-78
28 Abner Haynes RB 1960-64
33 Stone Johnson RB 1963
36 Mack Lee Hill RB 1964-65
58 Derrick Thomas LB 1989-99
63 Willie Lanier LB 1967-77
78 Bobby Bell LB 1963-74
86 Buck Buchanan DT 1963-75