1998 Kansas City Chiefs schedule

Season statistics

Offense Defense
Record Playoff record Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs Total yards Pass yards Rush yards Turnovers First downs
7-9-0 0-0 4808 3260 1548 32 289 4854 2985 1869 33 321
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The Kansas City Chiefs' thirty-ninth season was in 1998, and it was the tenth season Marty Schottenheimer served as the head coach of the team. The Chiefs played their home games at Arrowhead Stadium. They finished the season 7-9-0, 5-3-0 at home and 2-6-0 on the road.


Games

Week Opponent Score Notes
Week 1 Oakland Raiders 28-8
Week 2 @ Jacksonville Jaguars 16-21
Week 3 San Diego Chargers 23-7
Week 4 @ Philadelphia Eagles 24-21
Week 5 Seattle Seahawks 17-6
Week 6 @ New England Patriots 10-40
Week 8 Pittsburgh Steelers 13-20
Week 9 New York Jets 17-20
Week 10 @ Seattle Seahawks 12-24
Week 11 Denver Broncos 7-30
Week 12 @ San Diego Chargers 37-38
Week 13 Arizona Cardinals 34-24
Week 14 @ Denver Broncos 31-35
Week 15 Dallas Cowboys 20-17
Week 16 @ New York Giants 7-28
Week 17 @ Oakland Raiders 31-24

Coaches

Head Coach: Marty Schottenheimer Assistant Head Coach: Al Saunders Offensive Coordinator: Jimmy Raye Defensive Coordinator: Gunther Cunningham Quarterbacks Coach: Mike McCarthy Wide Receivers Coach: Al Saunders Offensive Line Coach: Mike Solari Running Backs Coach: Lionel James Tight Ends Coach: Jim Erkenbeck Offensive Assistant Coach: Brian Schottenheimer, Jim Erkenbeck Defensive Line Coach: Bob Karmelowicz Linebackers Coach: Woodrow Lowe Defensive Backs Coach: Kurt Schottenheimer Defensive Assistant Coach: Darvin Wallis Special Teams Coach: Mike Stock Quality Control Coach: Brian Schottenheimer, Darvin Wallis Strength and Conditioning Coach: Jeff Hurd Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Roberto Parker Director of Player Personnel: Terry Bradway Southeast Area Scout: Scott Campbell Administrative Coordinator to the Head Coach: Russ Ball Strength and Conditioning Intern: Jeff Fish Bill Walsh Minority Fellowship: James Saxon