According to the San Diego Union-Tribune, Flowers' status is in question after he left last week's Chargers-Raiders game with a groin injury. The injury is "not too bad" but the report states his status for Sunday will be determined over the coming days.
For the Chiefs, the absence of Flowers would be very nice. He's playing well this year, as you can see.
Brandon Flowers has the highest @PFF coverage grade of any CB this season. His Chiefs successor, Marcus Cooper, has the lowest.— Pete Damilatis (@PFF_Pete) October 9, 2014
For Chiefs fans, it would be bittersweet. Even though I still like Flowers, it would be nice to see the Chiefs beat one of their former players. I'm not sure if it would be any sort of vindication because each side had their reasons for wanting to move on. But still, beating a former player is better than not beating a former player.
If Flowers doesn't play, the next opportunity for the Chiefs to see him would be in Week 17.