The Kansas City Chiefs 2013 NFL schedule continues on Sunday when the KC Chiefs will host the Dallas Cowboys at Arrowhead Stadium in Week 2. The Chiefs enter the game at near full health with Jamaal Charles, who suffered a quad injury last week. expected to play. Meanwhile, in Dallas, Tony Romo and Dez Bryant are also expected to play despite injuries suffered in last week's victory over the New York Giants.
The Cowboys and Chiefs both enter the game 1-0. KC is coming off of a dominating 28-2 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 1. The Cowboys forced six turnovers in a 36-31 win over the Giants in the season opener.
The Chiefs are 3-point favorites in the game, which comes as a slight surprise given their 2-14 record last season. The Chiefs have a new quarterback (Alex Smith), head coach (Andy Reid) and coaching staff for the 2013 season. Last week's game against Jacksonville featured a terrific performance from the Chiefs defense, who is shaping up to be the strength of this team.
The Chiefs are 3-6 all-time vs. the Cowboys. The last time they played Dallas won 26-20 in overtime in 2009.
Read on for the nuts and bolts of Sunday's game:
Game time: 12 p.m. (Arrowhead Time)
Location: Kansas City, Missouri, Arrowhead Stadium
TV: FOX (WDAF-4)
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What time do the gates open? 7:30 a.m. The Chiefs have more game day info here.
Announcers: Chris Myers, Time Ryan, Jennifer Hale (sideline)
Radio: 101.1 The Fox (Click listen live), Sirius 128 (Internet 815)
Odds: Chiefs favored by 3
Online streaming: NFL Rewind (not live)
Probable: S Husain Abdullah, RB Jamaal Charles, LB Dezman Moses, OT Donald Stephenson, LB Nico Johnson, G Jon Asamoah
Questionable: TE Travis Kelce, CB Dunta Robinson
Cowboys injury report:
Probable: CB Morris Claiborne, RB Lance Dunbar, S Danny McCray, QB Tony Romo, WR Dez Bryant
Questionable: DE Anthony Spencer
Out: LB Ernie Sims
Last time they played: Chiefs lost, 26-20 (OT), 10/11/2009
Regular season history: 3-6 (2-2 in Kansas City)
Fantasy football advice: Start Jamaal Charles, Dwayne Bowe, Chiefs defense