The 2018 National Football League schedule has not been officially released but the Chiefs announced the November 19 clash, roughly three months after commissioner Roger Goodell said the two teams would play in Mexico during his State of the National Football League press conference ahead of Super Bowl LII.
That said, the Broncos still have a lot of moves to make before the season starts and the Donkeys had no one under center a year ago like Case Keenum.
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October 28 - vs. Denver Broncos.
The Chiefs will be heading across the border, where they'll take on the Rams in Mexico City on Sunday, November 19.
The Chargers finished 9-7 last season and were knocking on the door of the playoffs until the waning moments of the regular season. The matchup against the Chargers at Arrowhead Stadium will be on a Monday night.
While those games - sadly - won't be on WIBW.
If you remember, Mahomes won his only regular season start a year ago in Week 17 playing with many second-string players around him against a lot of Denver's primary defenders.
September 16 - at Pittsburgh Steelers.
September 30 - San Francisco, 1:25 p.m.
Super Bowl champions, the Philadelphia Eagles, will face the Jacksonville Jaguars at Wembley on either October 21 or October 28. After that, they'll hit the road yet again for the Monday night affair against the Denver Broncos.
October 21 - vs. Cincinnati Bengals.