Dallas Cowboys vs. Kansas City Chiefs: Watch Live TV Stream Online for Free NFL Results; Betting Odds, Schedule and Preview
Week two of the NFL regular season is officially here and we are loaded with great games for our viewing enjoyment. One of those highly anticipated matchups of the week will take place on Sunday when the Dallas Cowboys and the Kansas City Chiefs face off at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. Kick off for the game is scheduled to take place at 1 p.m. ET and may be seen on FOX in certain local areas. However, if you can't watch the game on television or in person, you can watch the live stream by clicking here.
You will certainly want to get your popcorn ready beforehand and be sure you are sitting in a comfortable spot on the couch before this game starts on Sunday. The Chiefs will take the football field as three point favorites over the Cowboys, but there is a reason why they play the games. You never know what's going to happen!
Both of these teams will head into this matchup with undefeated records after winning their season openers last week.
Tony Romo led his Dallas Cowboys to a victory over the New York Giants by a score of 36-31. Romo completed 36 of 49 passes for 263 yards and three touchdowns. In addition to their offense, the Cowboys defense led by new defensive coordinator Monte Kiffin looked amazing.
Andy Reid won his first game as the head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs last week when they defeated the Jacksonville Jaguars by a score of 28-2. New starting quarterback Alex Smith showed strong command of the offense and was able to find the end zone fairly easily. In addition, their defense also looked very good, but the Jaguars offense has a lot to be desired.
If you are a fan of either team, you will definitely want to watch this matchup on Sunday. We could make an argument for why either team will win this game.
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