Chiefs vs. Patriots, Week 14: How to watch, start time, live stream, TV info and more

Here’s all the information you need to catch the Kansas City Chiefs and New England Patriots showdown on Sunday afternoon.

It’s finally here.

Ever since the National Football League released the 2019 regular season schedule, even the most casual fans have had this Sunday afternoon showdown circled on the calendar. The rematch of last season’s AFC Championship Game is a set-up of two Super Bowl contenders once again as the AFC West-leading Kansas City Chiefs head to Foxborough to take on the AFC East leading New England Patriots.

Nearly a year ago, the two teams went toe-to-toe in an offensive shootout that ended with a Patriots overtime victory and a Chiefs team that gave the win away due to penalties. This time, there’s not nearly as much at stake, but the Chiefs were forced to live with the bitter taste all offseason long. For the players, this game could be a way to exorcise some mental demons.

We’ve got you covered with all kinds of information on how to watch or listen to the game below, but before that, we’ve also linked all of our coverage this week below so you can study and be ready to watch the game as informed consumer (or something).

Here’s everything you need to know for the AFC matchup between the Chiefs and Patriots.

  1. Writer predictions for Week 14
  2. Injury report for Chiefs-Patriots
  3. Complete game preview: Chiefs vs. Patriots
  4. Why the Chiefs need to treat this like any other game
  5. 5 reasons why the Chiefs will dominate
  6. Chiefs mental strength will be tested by Patriots
  7. Conspiracy theory: What if neither team wants to win?


When: 3:25 p.m. C.T., Sunday, December 8

Where: Gillette Stadium


TV Announcers: Jim Nantz, Tony Romo, Tracy Wolfson

Live Stream: FuboTV (7-day trial available), Amazon PrimeChiefs official site (for local fans), Chiefs official app (download here) or NFL Game Pass

Radio: 101.1 FM

Radio Announcers: Mitch Holthus, Kendall Gammon, BJ Kissel

Odds: Patriots by 3 (Action Network)

Weather: 33 degrees, partly cloudy

Series History: Chiefs lead all-time series 18-14-3

Last Meeting: Jan. 20, 2019; Chiefs lost 37-31 (OT)

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