Two teams well-positioned for playoff spots will meet Sunday when the Arizona Cardinals host the Kansas City Chiefs at University of Phoenix Stadium. The Cardinals (9-3) lead the NFC West by one game. The Chiefs are two games back in the AFC West but in the thick of the hunt for a wild-card spot.
Arizona has lost two straight, both on the road to the Seattle Seahawks and Atlanta Falcons. Kansas City has also lost two straight, on the road against the Oakland Raiders two weeks ago and then at home against the Denver Broncos last Sunday.
You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.
How to watch
Details for Sunday's game are below:
Kickoff: 4:05 p.m.
Live stream: The game can be streamed live here.
TV coverage: CBS
Week 13: Broncos 29, Chiefs 16
The Chiefs lost their sixth straight game to the Broncos. Denver scored 17 unanswered points to open the game, and Kansas City turned the ball over three times and was outgained 388-151. Alex Smith went 15-of-23 for 153 yards, two touchdowns and one interception.
Week 12: Raiders 24, Chiefs 20
The Chiefs lost their fourth game of the season to the previously winless Raiders on Thursday Night Football. Alex Smith completed 20 of 36 passes for 234 yards and two touchdowns, but the Chiefs managed just 313 yards of total offense in the loss. Kansas City gave up 179 rushing yards to the Raiders, including 112 yards and two touchdowns to Latavius Murray.
Week 11: Chiefs 24, Seahawks 20
Jamaal Charles ran for 159 yards and two touchdowns to lead the Chiefs to a 24-20 victory against the Seahawks. Alex Smith completed 11 of 16 passes for just 108 yards as the Chiefs were outgained 372-298 by the Seahawks. Knile Davis' rushing touchdown at the start of the fourth quarter proved to be the difference for Kansas City.
Week 13: Falcons 29, Cardinals 18
Arizona spotted Atlanta a 17-0 lead, not scoring until the 14:07 mark in the second quarter off an 88-yard interception return by Rashad Johnson. The Cardinals' lone offensive touchdown came with 1:05 remaining, but it only made the score 29-18. The Falcons put up 500 yards, including 361 passing yards from Matt Ryan, who finished 30-of-41 with two touchdowns and one interception. The Cardinals further hurt their cause with three touchdowns.
Week 12: Seahawks 19, Cardinals 3
Arizona was held to a season-low 204 yards and converted only three of 12 third downs against NFC West foe Seattle, which opened the game with three unanswered field goals. Drew Stanton went 14-of-26 for 149 yards and an interception, while the running game managed only 64 yards on 20 carries. The Cardinals also struggled to contain Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson, who went 17-of-22 for 211 yards and one touchdown, in addition to 10 rushing attempts for 73 yards.
Week 11: Cardinals 14, Lions 6
The Cardinals scored all 14 of their points in the first quarter and held on with Drew Stanton starting at quarterback after Carson Palmer was lost for the year with a knee injury. Stanton went 21-of-32 for 306 yards with two touchdowns and two interceptions. He connected with Michael Floyd for both scores. The Cardinals allowed the Lions inside their 20-yard line just once, and that came off a Stanton interception. The win was Arizona's sixth straight and gave the team its best 10-game start since 1948.