New York Giants running back David Wilson (22) is tackled by Kansas City Chiefs inside linebacker Akeem Jordan (55) during the first half of an NFL football game at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo., Sunday, Sept. 29, 2013. (AP Photo/Ed Zurga)
KANSAS CITY (WIBW) -- The Kansas City Chiefs rolled out their full coverage schedule on Wednesday, letting us know on which channels we'll be able to find them throughout the season.
Eleven of the 16 games are slated to air on CBS, including the first three against the Titans, Broncos, and Dolphins. A Monday night showdown against the Patriots follows on Sept. 29 before the heading to San Francisco to play the 49ers, which will again be on CBS.
After a bye week, they head down I-5 to San Diego for another game on CBS on Oct. 19. The Rams visit next on Oct. 26, then its two more on CBS against the Jets and Bills.
The next three games, against the world champion Seahawks, Raiders (on Thursday night), and Broncos, will be on FOX, NFL Network, and NBC respectively.
They'll then close out the season with four games on CBS against the Cardinals, Raiders, Steelers, and Chargers.
Posted by: Nick Viviani