Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles game takes place on Thursday night at the Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania as the NFL proceeds into week 3 of the regular season. The game will begin at 5:25 p.m. PT. The free live broadcast can be watched on NFL Network (national) or KSHB-41 (local). If you don't have a television, you can watch it online live for free at NFL Network Live.
Andy Reid, former Eagles' head coach, will return tonight to lead the Chiefs against the team that he had coached for over 14 years.
The Chiefs are the first team to start 2-0 after winning two or fewer games the previous season since the 2002 Panthers. Meanwhile, the Eagles' offense with Michael Vicks would put Chiefs' defense to the test. Vicks set a career high in passing yards in Week 2 against the San Diego Chargers even though the team held the ball under 20 minutes.
"It's one of those things you've just got to experience to see," safety Quintin Demps told The Kansas City Star. "On film, you can't really tell. But we'll be able to tell Thursday night what's going on."
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