Top 5 Headlines 12/30: Chiefs 2015 Opponents Finalized

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1. 2015 Kansas City Chiefs' opponents finalized

By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com

"On the surface, it's another difficult schedule. Seven of these games are against teams that made this season's playoffs and only two will be played at Arrowhead. Four of them will be played on the road and the last will be played overseas.

This season the Chiefs played six games against teams that made the playoffs, three at home and three on the road."    READ MORE…

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2. Reid stays optimistic following Chiefs' disappointing end to 2014

By Jeffrey Flanagan - Fox Sports

"As proud as Chiefs coach Andy Reid was of his troops for beating San Diego on Sunday, he knows as well as anyone that the NFL is a bottom-line business.

Teams, coaches and players are judged on whether or not they get to the playoffs and how much they win once there."    READ MORE…

3. Chiefs' GM Dorsey admits there's 'some work' to do at wide receiver in offseason

By Sean Keeler - Fox Sports

"You might see 9-7 as false hope. John Dorsey sees it as another launch pad.

"As I look at this season, you know, did we lose some opportunities to go to the playoffs? Yeah, we lost some opportunities there," the Kansas City Chiefs general manager said late Monday afternoon at a gathering of local writers inside the University of Kansas Hospital Training Complex. "But I think also there (were) some things that you can build off of and be positive (about).""    READ MORE…

4. John Harbaugh is buying dinner for Andy Reid because Chiefs helped Ravens make playoffs

By Pete Grathoff - The Kansas City Star

"The Chiefs did Baltimore a big favor by knocking off the Chargers in Sunday's season finale at Arrowhead Stadium.

The 19-7 victory kept San Diego out of the playoffs and opened the door for the Ravens."    READ MORE…

5. Chiefs, Chargers both miss out on postseason

By AP - kcchiefs.com

"There was a moment early in the fourth quarter Sunday that all the stars were aligned for the Kansas City Chiefs. They were handling business against San Diego, and two other games transpiring elsewhere were going exactly as they needed.

In the end, the Chiefs were the only ones who held on."    READ MORE…

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