As expected the Kansas City Chiefs will be without LB Dee Ford and WR Albert Wilson in Sunday’s game against the Dallas Cowboys. Both players have been on the injury report earlier this season, both came out of last Monday’s game against the Broncos and now both have been ruled out for the Cowboys game. The Chiefs say that LB Justin Houston is questionable.
Andy Reid said earlier this week that Ford was getting some tests done on his back injury which seems a little ominous. Back injuries aren’t usually a good thing so perhaps it’s very good timing that Tamba Hali is coming back because Ford’s immediate future seems murky.
As for Wilson, the Chiefs now have four other receivers (Tyreek Hill, Demarcus Robinson, De’Anthony Thomas and Jehu Chesson). Will they bring someone else in?
Reid says he and Brett Veach will discuss adding a receiver this weekend but he says he's comfortable playing with 4 for one game if needed.— Matt Derrick (@mattderrick) November 3, 2017
Seems unlikely they could bring anyone in who would make a big impact but the practice squad would be the most likely spot to get one (Marcus Kemp). Tyreek, D-Rob and DAT are likely your top three on Sunday either way. Losing Wilson is low key kinda tough to deal with. He’s been reliable this season.