Defending DFL opener Super Bowl champions Chiefs host Texans


Retrieved 08 May 2020, 06:16 IST

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Kansas City Chiefs star Patrick Mahoms

The Kansas City Chiefs will officially begin their Super Bowl title defense in the NFL’s annual kickoff game against the Houston Texans on Sept. 10 – the events pending in the coronavirus epidemic.

The Chiefs came out of a 24-0 deficit to win 51-31 against the Texans in the divisional round of the playoffs in January.

Tampa Bra’s expected regular season debut will be against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first match of the 40-plus quarterbacks in league history on September 13 against Drew Brie and the New Orleans Saints.

With the release of the schedule on Thursday, Brazil’s Buccaneers will be appearing in five primetime games, including a three-week stretch starting October 21 with the Las Vegas Raiders at the new Alligante Stadium. Then on Monday night’s road trip against the New York Giants and new coach Joe Judge will then have another matchup with Biry and the Saints on November 8 at Tampa Bay.

Week 3 Monday night’s game features the last two league MVPs, such as Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens met with Patrick Mahoms and the Chiefs.

The Pittsburgh Steelers face the Giants and the Tennessee Titans face off against the Broncos in Denver on Monday night.

Cincinnati opens at home against the Bengals and top overall draft pick Joe Buro Los Angeles Chargers, who used Oregon quarterback Justin Herbert’s sixth overall pick.