The opening of a brand new season in the National Football League is finally upon us—at least in terms of the first major slate of games—which means most of us are likely searching through the interwebs trying to find the exact information on how to watch our favorite teams. If you’re a member of Chiefs Kingdom, then you likely want to know what channel the K.C. Chiefs are on for Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns?
CBS is carrying the game for most of the country as the featured matchup for the second half of Sunday afternoon in the 3:25 p.m. C.T. slate. While the Browns and Chiefs are slugging it out at Arrowhead Stadium, there are a few other games including the Miami Dolphins at the New England Patriots, the Denver Broncos at the New York Giants, and the Green Bay Packers at the New Orleans Saints.
There are a lot of good matchups in that slate, but the chance to air an opening game between the Super Bowl favorites and a very real AFC contender is a solid one. Patrick Mahomes is always must-watch football but Baker Mayfield and company have a very impressive roster front to back, one that’s boosted by the return of Odell Beckham Jr. from a season-ending ACL tear for the star receiver last year.
If CBS does not work for you and you’re looking for a streaming option, our friends at Fubo TV have you covered. You can also check out the Chiefs mobile app and other options here. You can also find plenty more game day info here, Chiefs Kingdom.