Have the Chiefs had a disproportionate number of games against divisional opponents after the bye?Following up on the posted Tweet stating, "This season will be 10th time in last 11 seasons that Chiefs had their bye before a division game (6 vs #Raiders, 3 vs Broncos and 1 vs Chargers)" I looked up the Raiders, Chargers and Broncos schedules for the matching 11 seasons and for comparison we have: The Raiders do not this season (only 3 in the last 11: 2 Chargers, 1 Broncos, 0 Chiefs). The Chargers do not this season (only 3 in the last 11: 1 Broncos, 1 Raiders, 1 Chiefs). The Broncos do this season (only 4 in the last 11: 3 Chargers, 0 Raiders, 1 Chiefs). Alongside that, looking into the disadvantage side, the Chiefs have had to play a div opp coming off their opponent's bye twice over the same 11 year span. The Raiders seven times, the Chargers six times, and the Broncos five times. So, over the last 11 years, Kansas City has had the advantage of playing a divisional opponent after their bye 91% of the time compared to their divisional opponent's rate of just 30%. KC has also had the disadvantage (playing a divisional opponent after their bye) at a rate that is only 1/3rd the average of their divisional opponents. I then looked up the schedule for every NFL team over the last 11 seasons. AFC list posted in other thread. NFC list posted in other thread. No other team has had more than 6 games against divisional opponents after their bye. So the Chiefs have had 4 games more than any other team in the NFL over the 11 year span. 180% more than the next closest. The league average was 3.7 games. The Chiefs had 270% more games against divisional opponents after the bye than the league average. The Panthers were kind of screwed only having 1 game in the last 11 seasons (and it is this year, none in the previous 10). The Seahawks, Giants, Patriots, Rams and Buccaneers all have had 2 games. The Jets, Dolphins, Jaguars, Eagles and Bears all had 6 on the schedule.