The Houston Texans will be on the road today as they’ll be facing the Kansas City Chiefs, and neither team will have a walk in the park in working for their win and here is how to watch.
There is so much to take in for this Week 6 game between the host Kansas City Chiefs and the Houston Texans at Arrowhead Stadium. No matter where you are located there are plenty of ways to watch this game.
With players like Deshaun Watson, DeAndre Hopkins, Patrick Mahomes and Travis Kelce on the field there is great star power, and that makes it a must-watch game and one of the best games on the schedule in Week 6 in the entire NFL.
Listed below are ways to watch and listen to the game on Sunday:
Date: Sunday, Oct. 13
Start time: 12 p.m. CT
Location: Kansas City, MO
Stadium: Arrowhead Stadium
TV Info: CBS
Radio Broadcast: SportsRadio 610 (KILT-AM), 100.3 KILT-FM, Mega 101 FM (KLOL-FM)
Live Stream: Fubo TV, NFL Game Pass
The announce team for this game will be Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts according to 506 Sports. In watching this game the talk all week has been about the quarterbacks, but two unsung players in this game could be kickers Ka’imi Fairbairn of the Texans and Harrison Butker of the Chiefs. The reason is this game could come down to the final minutes and final play, which is something the Texans are used to the past two or so seasons.
Fairbairn is 5-of-7 in field goal attempts this season with both misses being over 50-or-more yards, and he’s 14-of-17 in extra point attempts. Butker is 10-of-11 in field goals for 2019, and 16-of-17 in extra point attempts. Butker had yet to attempt a 50-plus yard field goal this season, and his lone miss was a 36-yard attempt against the Detroit Lions.
Remember this game has a noon kickoff central time, and a win for the Texans would be huge moving forward, as they enter this game at 3-2 overall, while the Chiefs are 4-1 as Week 6 is set to begin.