Everything you need to know for Texans vs. Chiefs on Thursday Night Football

Here’s all the information, analysis, predictions, and updates you need Texans vs. Chiefs.

We’re finally here. Tonight is the night. Thursday Night Football premieres in a matter of hours, and the Kansas City Chiefs will finally celebrate their Super Bowl in front of a (revised) home crowd against the visiting Houston Texans. A full offseason filled with drama—from a global pandemic to player movement—is now giving way to actual games.

For Chiefs Kingdom, tonight is the first step in a long journey to “run it back,” the mantra embraced by the team in its efforts to repeat as Super Bowl champions. After lifting the Lombardi Trophy for the first time in 50 seasons, suddenly this city has been crowned favorites once again. Expectations are high and will remain so as long as Andy Reid is head coach and Patrick Mahomes is under center.

But the Houston Texans are certainly not going to roll over for the sake of pageantry. Bill O’Brien‘s team had the Chiefs on the ropes just last postseason, with a 24-point lead into the second quarter. It should also be said that the Texans won the regular season contest as well. Houston played the part of whipping boy in the offseason due to personnel moves, but all that matters is how things play out on the field.

In order to get you ready for tonight’s action, our writers here at Arrowhead Addict have you covered. We’ve got injury reports and news updates, key matchups and staff predictions, Madden sims and overlooked angles. Also you’ll find how you can watch the game below.

HOW TO CATCH THE GAME:

Who: Houston Texans vs. Kansas City Chiefs

When: Thursday, September 10 at 7:20 p.m. C.T.

Where: Arrowhead Stadium

Weather: Overcast, 57°

Injuries: Final report

TV: NBC

TV Announcers: Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya

Stream: FUBO TV | Chiefs Mobile

Radio: 106.5 WDAF (FM)

Radio Announcers: Mitch Holthus, Danan Hughes, Josh Klingler

Series History: Tied at 5-5 in regular season (Chiefs lead 2-0 in postseason)

Last Meeting: Chiefs won 51-31 (January 2020)