Found December 30, 2012 on thepigskinreport.com:
The 2012 NFL regular season has concluded as the Kansas City Chiefs struggled through a very disappointing season. There are several questions surrounding the Chiefs as the team prepares for the off-season. Wholesale changes might be on the way for the organization with possible front office and coaching changes possible. The Chiefs will now have to prepare for the start of free agency and the 2013 NFL Draft.Now that season has concluded, fans can look ahead to see the Kansas City Chiefs 2013 NFL regular season schedule. Dates and times of games will not be announced until later this Spring, typically in April. Teams in the AFC West will play their traditional home and away series games with their divisional opponents next season. The teams from the West will also be facing teams from the AFC South and the NFC East. At-Large games, which are determined by how teams finish in their respective divisions will be against the AFC north as well as the AFC East. 2013 NFL Regular Season Sch...
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