Even after the Kansas City Chiefs have played on Sunday Night Football on three occasions and Monday Night Football once, it appears their game of the year might be nestled snugly on a Sunday afternoon at shortly before their bye week when the Dallas Cowboys come to town. That’s because the Cowboys are looking just like a team would want to if they want to be taken seriously as a Super Bowl contender
The Cowboys are 7-2 and in complete control of an abysmal NFC East with no other rival even remotely close to .500. Dallas is a shoe-in for the postseason already with numerous games to play, but they’re revving their engines to continue to improve on both sides of the ball with so many playmakers on offense and some impressive young pieces on defense that should enable them to go far.
As we prepare for the Sunday afternoon showdown, we’ve got all the information you’ll need here. Let’s take a look at the injuries, odds, and various elements of the game below.
Chiefs Injury Report vs Dallas Cowboys Week 11
The Chiefs are likely going to roll with Andrew Wylie once again at right tackle, because the injuries are too great at the position to force anyone else into the starting lineup. The Chiefs still haven’t seen Lucas Niang return to practice since he suffered a rib injury against the Green Bay Packers. The fact he hasn’t landed on injured reserve yet is a good thing but this will be his second consecutive game missed. Mike Remmers also remains out with a knee injury on the Chiefs IR. With Kyle Long still not ready to start his season, that means it’s RT4 for the second game in a row.
Tyron Smith injury update
The Cowboys were forced to go without Tyron Smith for the last two games themselves as they’ve missing a key bookend, too. This one is a seven-time Pro Bowler who has now dealt with injuries for the second straight season. Bone chips have kept him out and it’s not yet known if he will be able to suit up and play his typical spot at left tackle. If not, the Cowboys have solid options in La’el Collins and Ty Nsekhe but of course they’d love to see Smith back on the field. He was able to finally return to practice earlier this week but in a limited capacity, so watch for new just before game time.
Chiefs vs Cowboys Odds, Spread, Over/Under & Betting Pick Week 11
WynnBET’s Week 11 NFL odds have the Chiefs favored by 2.5 points which makes sense with how everyone is basically viewing the game. The home team gets a 3-point boost in most occasions, but here they’re only favored by a half-point less than that, which gives the Cowboys some credit over the Chiefs’ present record. In short, no one is quite sure how this is going to work out in the end—a sentiment we saw expressed by NFL experts this week as well.
What Channel is the Chiefs Game On Week 11
The Chiefs game today will be broadcast on FOX at 3:25 p.m. C.T.
Chiefs vs Cowboys Live Stream
Today’s Chiefs game can be streamed live on Fubo TV.
Chiefs Next Game and Schedule
After winning consecutive games, the Chiefs hope to make it three in a row to bring momentum into a tough home matchup next week against the Dallas Cowboys. Here’s a look ahead at the next month:
Week 12: Bye
Week 13: Denver Broncos
Week 14: Las Vegas Raiders
Week 15: @ Los Angeles Chargers