Browns at Chiefs: How to watch


On Sunday, the Kansas City Chiefs are hoping to clinch a playoff berth. It won’t be easy, as the Chiefs have to beat the Cleveland Browns at Arrowhead Stadium, and hope that the New England Patriots knock off the New York Jets at MetLife Stadium. Kansas City could also punch its postseason ticket with a win and a loss by the Pittsburgh Steelers against the Baltimore Ravens, but that seems unlikely.

Time: 12 p.m. CST
Broadcasters: Kevin Harlan and Rich Gannon
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Kansas City is a 12-point favorite in this game, despite missing some of its most important players on both sides of the ball. The Chiefs will be without running back Jamaal Charles, who was lost for the season in Week 5 with a torn ACL. Meanwhile, outside linebacker Justin Houston did not practice once more and is sidelined with a hyperextended knee. His partner in crime, Tamba Hali, has a broken thumb and is listed as questionable. Also, De’Anthony Thomas and Husain Abdullah are both out with concussion-related issues.

The Browns are 3-11 and have lost seven of their last eight. They will be starting Johnny Manziel at quarterback, who is without wide receiver Brian Hartline after he broke his clavicle. Cleveland is also without cornerback Joe Haden, who is on injured reserve with a concussion.