How to watch the Kansas City Chiefs in 2022 – Arrowhead Addict

The NFL season is nearly here. So here’s how to watch the Kansas City Chiefs in 2022 in a way that won’t destroy your wallet. Check out fuboTV today. 

Kansas City Chiefs 2022 Outlook

Patrick Mahomes is coming off a ‘down’ season. He had the fewest yards per game during his career as a starter, as well as the worst passer rating. However, those numbers were still toward the top of the NFL.

Plus, Mahomes completed 66 percent of his passes for nearly 5,000 yards.

So I suppose the point here is that even when Mahomes is ‘down,’ he’s still near elite.

Moving into 2022, he’ll have to orchestrate the offense without the game-breaking speed of Tyreek Hill. But, the team still has Travis Kelce and added JuJu Smith-Schuster and rookie Skyy Moore. And don’t forget about Josh Gordon – who may make an impact (but as we’ve all learned by now, it’s probably best to expect nothing).

In the backfield, KC added Ronald Jones II to pair with Clyde-Edwards Helaire. The two should create a high-end one-two punch in the backfield.

Both tackles – Orlando Brown Jr. (left) and Andrew Wylie (right) – return. Along with Joe Thuney, Creed Humphrey and Trey Smith, the unit was the no. 5 offensive line in football last season according to Pro Football Focus.

KC spent most of the NFL Draft beefing up its defense, adding George Karlaftis, Leo Chenal, Trent McDuffie and Bryan Cook, among others. We’ll have to see if the Chiefs can translate pressure into sacks (something they didn’t do last season) and if the back end can hold up.

Kansas City Chiefs Schedule 2022

Sunday, September 11: at Arizona Cardinals (4:25PM ET, CBS)

Thursday, September 15: vs Los Angeles Chargers (8:15PM ET, Amazon Prime Video)

Sunday, September 25: at Indianapolis Colts (1PM ET, CBS)

Sunday, October 2: at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (8:20PM ET, NBC)

Monday, October 10: vs Las Vegas Raiders (8:15PM ET, ESPN)

Sunday, October 16: vs Buffalo Bills (4:25PM ET, CBS)

Sunday, October 23: at San Francisco 49ers (4:25PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, October 30: BYE WEEK

Sunday, November 6: vs Tennessee Titans (8:20PM ET, NBC)

Sunday, November 13: vs Jacksonville Jaguars (1PM ET, CBS)

Sunday, November 20: at Los Angeles Chargers (4:25PM ET, CBS)

Sunday, November 27: vs Las Angeles Rams (4:25PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, December 4: at Cincinnati Bengals (4:25PM ET, CBS)

Sunday, December 11: at Denver Broncos (8:20PM ET, NBC)

Sunday, December 18: at Houston Texans (1PM ET, CBS)

Saturday, December 24: vs Seattle Seahawks (1PM ET, FOX)

Sunday, January 1: vs Denver Broncos (1PM ET, CBS)

Saturday, January 7 or Sunday, January 8: at Las Vegas Raiders (TBD)

As you can see, the Chiefs will play the majority of their games (8) on CBS. Three will air on both FOX and NBC and one each will be on Amazon Prime Video and ESPN.

So, what’s the best streaming provider to watch the Kansas City Chiefs?

How To Watch The Kansas City Chiefs In 2022

The best bet for fans is fuboTV.

fuboTV will give fans in the Kansas City area access to all of their local stations, as well as ESPN, ESPN2, ATT&T Sportsnet, FS1 and the NFL Network.

Meaning, there’s only one game you won’t be able to watch with fuboTV – the Thursday night game (which are exclusive to Amazon Prime Video).

fuboTV’s Pro package includes 127 channels and is $69.99 a month, but you can get a week-long free trial. This includes a cloud DVR with 1,000 hours of space and up to 10 streams on your home network.

The Elite package is $79.99 per month and includes 183 channels (including FS2, Pac 12 Network, ESPNU, ESPN NEWS, the SEC Network and the ACC Netowrk).

The Ultimate package is $99.99 per month and includes 222 channels as well as NFL Redzone.

fuboTV allows you to cancel anytime, so if you only want it for the NFL season, that’s exactly what you can do.

Start a seven-day free trial of fuboTV today to stream the Kansas City Chiefs. 

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