Here’s how you can follow along as the Chiefs look for their ninth win of the 2022 campaign.
The Kansas City Chiefs are coming off a Week 11 win that marked their fourth victory in a row, and they’ll be looking to keep the momentum going back on their home field in Week 12.
Coming into town are the 3-7 Los Angeles Rams, a team that won last season’s Super Bowl but has taken a historic fall from grace ever since. Sean McVay’s squad has been decimated by injuries this year and is currently on a four-game losing streak. This week’s matchup is shaping up to be a very far cry from the 54-51 thriller these two clubs put on display back in 2018, as Kansas City is heavily favored and Los Angeles may struggle to score points due to having a skeleton crew on offense.
With a win, the Chiefs would keep sole possession of the AFC’s top seed with six games left to play. It would also secure a sixth win in seven games for Andy Reid’s team, as only a 24-20 Week 6 loss to the Buffalo Bills has been a recent blemish on Kansas City’s record. A loss outside the conference wouldn’t be the end of the world but considering how badly Sunday’s opponent has struggled as of late, dropping a game to the Rams would be an unnecessary roadblock on the Chiefs’ path to getting home-field advantage come playoff time.
Here’s how you can follow along with the Chiefs as they play today.
Time: 3:25 p.m. CST
TV Channel: FOX (WDAF-TV in local markets)
Live Stream: fuboTV (start your free trial)
Listen: WDAF (106.5 FM) Chiefs Radio Network
Line: Chiefs -15.5 per SI Sportsbook
The Sunday afternoon broadcast will feature the duo of Kevin Burkhardt (play-by-play) and Greg Olsen (color analyst) in the booth with Erin Andrews working the sidelines. Adrian Hill and crew will officiate the matchup.
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