Chiefs vs Cowboys

The Kansas City Chiefs face the Dallas Cowboys on Sunday, Nov. 5 in NFL Week 9 of the 2017 season. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

Week 9 will treat us all to a great matchup as the Kansas City Chiefs head to Arlington, Texas to play the Dallas Cowboys in AT&T Stadium. It should be a great watch as each team will have their stars on the field now that running back Ezekiel Elliott has once again found himself active for Sunday’s game following yet another appeal, or reversal, or stay, or injunction, or whatever it is by now.

As confusing as the offseason ordeal for Elliott has been, what isn’t confusing is the fact that the Cowboys are a better team with him on the field. The last two games have been especially great for Elliott, who has his put together his most productive streak over that period of time in his short career.

He won’t be the only exciting running back as the rushing leader in the NFL will line up for the visiting team. Rookie Kareem Hunt has been remarkable this season. Paired with deep threat Tyrekk Hill at receiver, the two have turned the once bland Chiefs offense into one of the best stories and most exciting teams in 2017.

This could end up being the best game of the week and is a much watch. If you can’t see it on television, then some great options for streaming are out there like NFL Sunday Ticket, or Game Pass for replays.

Details for Sunday’s game are below:


Date: Sunday, Nov, 05
Start time: 1:00 p.m. ET
Location: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, Texas
Stadium: New Era Field
TV Info: CBS
Live Stream: NFL Sunday Ticket, FuboTV

There’s a lot on the line for each team. The Chiefs want to prove they are true contenders that can hang with any team. Dallas wants to bury a poor start and get themselves their third-win in a row.

The Dallas Cowboys are about to face one of the toughest stretches of their schedule beginning with the Kansas City Chiefs. Here are 3 bold predictions for that game.

It looked for a minute as though the NFL got their way, as everyone knew deep down the eventually would. Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott lost in court and his suspension was back on for the next six games. Of course for Dallas, that first game was against one of the best teams in the NFL — the Kansas City Chiefs.

Then in the 11th hour, Elliott got another reprieve and will be on the field this week. That helps Dallas tremendously, but this still isn’t a gimme for them as they face a great team on Sunday.

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