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1967 Kansas City Chiefs season
Head Coach Hank Stram
Home Field Municipal Stadium
Results
Record 9–5
Place 2nd AFL Western
Playoff Finish did not qualify
Timeline
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1966 1968

The 1967 Kansas City Chiefs season ended with a 9–5 record and no playoff berth despite their AFL championship win and appearance in the inaugural AFL-NFL championship game the previous year.

The club’s special teams got a boost with the addition of kicker Jan Stenerud from Montana State, kick returner Noland “Super Gnat” Smith from Tennessee State. Interest in the team skyrocketed, forcing an increase in seating capacity at Municipal Stadium from 40,000 to 47,000. In June, Jackson County voters approved a $43 million bond issue for construction of a sports complex[1] to be completed by 1972.

The Chiefs' first non-playoff game against an NFL team resulted in a commanding 66–24 Chiefs preseason victory against the Chicago Bears at Municipal Stadium on August 23. Injuries again hit the club hard during the regular season as the Chiefs clawed their way to a 9–5 record.[1]

Regular SeasonEdit

Season scheduleEdit

Week Date Opponent Result Attendance
1 September 9, 1967 at Houston Oilers W 25–20
28,003
2 Bye
3 September 24, 1967 at Miami Dolphins W 24-0
36,272
4 October 1, 1967 at Oakland Raiders L 23-21
50,268
5 October 8, 1967 Miami Dolphins W 41–0
45,291
6 October 15, 1967 at San Diego Chargers L 45-31
43,355
7 October 22, 1967 Houston Oilers L 24–19
46,365
8 October 29, 1967 Denver Broncos W 52–9
44,002
9 November 5, 1967 New York Jets W 42–18
46,642
10 November 12, 1967 at Boston Patriots W 33–10
23,010
11 November 19, 1967 San Diego Chargers L 17-16
46,738
12 November 23, 1967 Oakland Raiders L 44-22
44,020
13 December 3, 1967 Buffalo Bills W 23-13
41,948
14 December 10, 1967 at New York Jets W 21–7
62,891
15 December 14, 1967 at Denver Broncos W 38–24
31,660

ReferencesEdit

Eastern Division Western Division
Boston Denver
Buffalo Kansas City
Houston Oakland
Miami San Diego
New York Jets
1967 AFL Draft1967 AFL Championship Game1967 AFL All-Star gameSuper Bowl II
Related: 1967 NFL Season

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