2015 Kansas City Chiefs schedule
|Record||Playoff record||Total yards||Pass yards||Rush yards||Turnovers||First downs||Total yards||Pass yards||Rush yards||Turnovers||First downs|
2015 was the fifty-sixth season for the Kansas City Chiefs and the second season for Andy Reid as the head coach of the Chiefs. They finished the season 11-5-0 in the regular season and 1-1 in the playoffs eventually losing to the New England Patriots 27-20. At the conclusion of the season two different people were recognized for their successful seasons: Eric Berry, Comeback Player of the Year and Marcus Peters, AP Defensive Rookie of the Year.
|3||@||Green Bay Packers||28-38|
|11||@||San Diego Chargers||33-3|
|14||San Diego Chargers||10-3|
|19||@||New England Patriots||20-27|
Head Coach: Andy Reid Assistant Head Coach: David Culley Offensive Coordinator: Doug Pederson Quarterbacks Coach: Matt Nagy Assistant Quarterbacks Coach: Corey Matthaei Wide Receivers Coach: David Culley Offensive Line Coach: Andy Heck Assistant Offensive Line Coach: Eugene Chung Running Backs Coach: Eric Bieniemy Tight Ends Coach: Tom Melvin Defensive Line Coach: Tommy Brasher Assistant Defensive Line Coach: Britt Reid Linebackers Coach: Gary Gibbs Assistant Linebackers Coach: Mark DeLeone Assistant Secondary Coach: Al Harris Special Teams Coach: Dave Toub Strength and Conditioning Coach: Barry Rubin Assistant Strength and Conditioning Coach: Brent Salazar, Travis Crittenden Special Projects: Brad Childress Assistant Special Teams Coach: Brock Olivo Coaching Assistant: Dino Vasso Defensive Backs Coach: Emmitt Thomas Spread Game Analysis: Brad Childress Senior Assistant to the Head Coach: Kyle Childress Statistical Analysis Coordinator: Mike Frazier