KC has gone red in preparation for the upcoming Chiefs season that kicks off on Thursday. New Chiefs inspired murals are popping up all over town as well as dyed fountains, championship banners, decorated statues and painted Super Bowl LIV logos.
The Kansas City skyline will go red on Tuesday, September 8th. Take advantage of the extra day off this weekend and use the map below to get out and explore KC while showing off your Chiefs pride.
The football world seems to be in awe of just how the Kansas City Chiefs managed to keep this team intact. The fans here in KC know just how special this team is and the recent events surrounding the team have proven just how right we are.
Some of the biggest names in football have taken back loaded contracts with one thing in mind. Keeping the core team together and winning more Super Bowls. Mahomes, Kelce, Jones, Watkins and more have all taken less on the front end to pull this off.
At a time when everyone seems concerned with getting the biggest contract possible, these guys are taking cuts to be in Kansas City. It’s just one more reason to love the Kansas City Chiefs.
Just 4 short months after the Chiefs glided to their first Super Bowl victory in 50 years, Boulevard Brewing releases their celebratory brew. The original release date was pushed back due to the pandemic.
Worth The Wait is a delicious red imperial ale. The beer will be distributed throughout the Midwest as well as parts of Texas and Arizona.
As the uncertainty surrounding the NFL seasons continues, broadcasters are exploring ways to provide the fans with a normal viewing experience. According to Joe Buck, that may involve placing CGI fans in the seats and adding crowd noises to the broadcast.
In an interview this week with Andy Cohen Buck said “There’s probably going to be a season in doing games with no fans, which will be difficult, I think Fox and these networks have to put crowd noise under us to make it a normal viewing experience at home.”
As the interview went on Buck all but confirmed that it is likely to happen. Chiefs fans know first hand just how important a crowd can be at Arrowhead. Let’s hope for our sake that this does not come to pass.