Patriots vs. Chiefs: Game time, live stream, TV coverage, odds
The Patriots and Chiefs will meet on Monday Night Football in Kansas City. The Patriots are 2-1 after holding off the Raiders in Week 3, while the Chiefs beat the Dolphins for their first win of the season and are 1-2.
Details for Monday's game are below:
Kickoff: 8:30 p.m.
Live stream: The game can be live streamed through Watch ESPN.
TV coverage: ESPN
Odds: The Texans are 1.5-point favorites, according to Bovada, as of Friday.
Week 3: Patriots 16, Raiders 9
Tom Brady completed 24 of 37 passes for 234 yards and one touchdown. Brady's six-yard touchdown pass to Rob Gronkowski was the only time either team found the end zone. The Patriots' Stephen Gostkowski and the Raiders' Sebastian Janikowski each kicked three field goals. New England thwarted Derek Carr's late comeback attempt when Vince Wilfork intercepted a tipped ball in the red zone with under a minute to play.
Week 2: Patriots 30, Vikings 7
The Patriots blew out the Vikings, who were playing their first game without Adrian Peterson after he was indicted on child abuse charges. The Vikings scored first, but the Patriots scored 30 unanswered points to come away with the victory. Brady completed 14 of 21 passes for 149 yards and one touchdown. Stevan Ridley was the team's leading rusher, with 101 yards and a touchdown on 25 carries. Six of Brady's 14 completions went to Julian Edelman. Chandler Jones blocked a field goal and returned the ball 58 yards for a touchdown just before halftime.
Week 1: Dolphins 33, Patriots 20
New England opened the season with a loss on the road to the Dolphins. The Patriots turned the ball over twice and were penalized nine times for 100 yards. Brady completed 29 of 56 passes (51.7 percent) for 249 yards and a touchdown. The Patriots had not lost in Week 1 since 2003.
Week 3: Chiefs 34, Dolphins 15
Alex Smith completed 19 of 25 passes for 186 yards three touchdowns. With Jamaal Charles inactive due to a high ankle sprain, Knile Davis ran for 132 yards and a touchdown on 32 carries. Running back Joe McKnight had two receiving touchdowns. With the win, the Chiefs avoided becoming the fourth team in the NFL to start 0-3.
Week 2: Broncos 24, Chiefs 17
Davis had another strong game after Charles left with an ankle injury. Davis had 79 yards and two touchdowns on 22 carries. The Kansas City rush defense held the Broncos to 88 yards, while the pass defense allowed Peyton Manning to complete 80 percent of his passes and throw three touchdowns. The Chiefs' fourth quarter comeback attempt came up just short. They turned the ball over on downs at the Denver two-yard line with 18 seconds left to play.
Week 1: Titans 26, Chiefs 10
The Chiefs fell to the Titans at home to open the season. Smith threw three interceptions and only one touchdown. The Chiefs had a minus-three turnover margin. Jamaal Charles had just 11 touches for 34 total yards. Head coach Andy Reid said later it was "negligent" not to get the ball in Charles' hands more often.