In their 2022 NFL season debut, the Kansas City Chiefs (0-0), will take on the Arizona Cardinals (0-0) at State Farm Stadium, Glendale, Arizona, Sunday, September 11th at 3:25 PM CT.
The game will air on CBS, while in-market viewers can stream it on Fubo.TV Is it possible to view the game on TV? 506sports.com will show this game to you if you live in one of the red areas below.
Chiefs Kingdom receives the best crew of CBS broadcasters this week on the call with Tony Romo and Jim Nantz, as well as Tracy Wolfson.
This game is the CBS "marquee" game of the week. The matchup will be a huge part of the CBS broadcast map.
Nevada, Utah, and most of California and Oregon are the only places that won't receive the game.
The game will not be available in parts of Idaho, Washington, and Wyoming. These areas will instead see the AFC West matchup of the Los Angeles Chargers and Las Vegas Raiders.
This matchup is a big surprise. Andy Reid's first week has seen the Chiefs record an 8-1 mark. Since 2018, the Cardinals have not faced them since 2018.
That was one year before Kyler Murray's arrival. This is a fascinating matchup for quarterbacks with intriguing stories,
including Patrick Mahomes facing off against former mentor and college coach Kliff Kingbury.
Eric Bieniemy, Chiefs' OC, will be taking on his former college teammate, Cardinals DC Vance Joseph.