The Kansas City Chiefs schedule is here, and with that means a few different things. First, it means we get a ton of outrageous, corny, sometimes funny, videos from franchises about the scheduled release. The Dallas Cowboys, Denver Broncos, and Los Angeles Chargers just to name a few.

This also means there will be a ton of early predictions happening. People will now make their Super Bowl picks based on the team’s strength of schedule, among other things.

This is something similar. We are going to predict three games that are sure to be a win. This may seem like a tough task considering the Chiefs have one of the toughest schedules in the league. However, there are a few spots on the schedule that Kansas City can take advantage of.

Chiefs’ easiest games of 2022

1. Week 10: Jacksonville Jaguars in Kansas City

The Jacksonville Jaguars were undoubtedly the worst team last year, which is why they had the number one pick. However, they may as well not have the number one pick, because Trevon Walker would have been available further back, but that’s a different story for another day.

The Jaguars have not defeated the Kansas City Chiefs since November 8th, 2009, in a game that was 24-21. They have played each other five times since then. The most recent being in 2019, when Sammy Watkins had 198 yards and three touchdowns. This game is set to be an easy one for the Chiefs.

2. Week 15: Houston Texans hosting Chiefs

The Houston Texans are another team that is not very good, one of the very few on the Chiefs schedule. Houston will be a bit better than last year after the recent draft. However, they will still be one of the worst teams in the NFL.

Let’s also not forget that the Chiefs have the Texans’ number, even when Houston was good. I’d like to take this opportunity to remind everyone of the 2019-2020 playoff game when the Chiefs were down by more than 20 and won by more than 20.

3. Week 16: Chiefs host Seattle Seahawks

The Seahawks were one of the worst teams last year with Russell Wilson only playing half the season. Now, Russell Wilson won’t play at all, because he is in Denver. I’m sure that most Chiefs fans would rather Wilson still be in Seattle, but he isn’t. That at least helps with this game, however.

With the quarterback situation in Seattle, the team they currently have, and the fact the Chiefs are at home, there is little to no chance the Seahawks win this game.

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