The story of the Kansas City Chiefs begins in Dallas where they were a charter member of the American Football League as the Dallas Texans and in their third year of existence, they won the title, which coincided as being their final year in Dallas.
Relocating to Kansas City and redubbed the Chiefs they would win the AFL title again in 1966 and that was the year of Super Bowl I, where they would represent the league against the Green Bay Packers. They didn’t win, but they would win the final AFL Title in 1969 and this time they would beat their NFL counterpart, the Minnesota Vikings to win Super Bowl IV, though that would be their last title for decades.
After 1971, it would be 15 years before they would return to the playoffs and by the 1990’s they would do well making the playoffs seven times that decade, although they never went deep into the postseason. The 2000s would see more of the same with multiple trips to the playoffs, but it felt like they were perpetually slotted in the second tier. This would all change with the arrival of Quarterback, Patrick Mahomes.
The electric QB led the Chiefs to a win in Super Bowl LIV, and they appeared in the big game the following season, though they lost to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
The Chiefs remain a top-profile team with one of the best fan bases in sports.
This list is up to the end of the 2020 regular season.
Note: Football lists are based on an amalgamation of tenure, traditional statistics, advanced statistics, playoff statistics and post-season accolades.
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