Sunday, December 7, 2014 at 3:05 p.m. CT on CBS
University of Phoenix Stadium in Glendale, AZ
Records to Watch- In his career, RB Jamaal Charles has recorded 252 receptions, ranking third in franchise history for most receptions by a running back. He needs 37 more receptions to pass Ed Podolak (288).
- LB Justin Houston has 40.5 career sacks, ranking eighth in franchise history. He needs 3 more to pass Jared Allen (43.0) for most career sacks in team history.
This Sunday will mark the 12th time that the Chiefs and Cardinals will meet. The Chiefs are 8-2-1 all-time against the Cardinals in the series history. Kansas City has won all three contests against Arizona since the division realignment in 2002.
The Chiefs were 3-1-1 against the Cardinals when the franchise was located in St. Louis. After the Chiefs last matchup against the St. Louis Cardinals in 1986, there was a nine-year hiatus before Kansas City faced the Arizona Cardinals in 1995. The Chiefs are 5-1 against the Cardinals since they relocated.
Kansas City is 4-2 when playing the Cardinals as the visitor. Their one previous trip to the University of Phoenix Stadium came in 2006, when the Chiefs defeated the Cardinals 23-20. This will be the Chiefs fourth game playing as the visitor in Arizona.
A collection of photos from the Chiefs vs. Cardinals all-time series history.
TV CoverageCBS (KCTV5 Local)
Play-by-Play: Greg Gumbel
Color Analyst: Trent Green
RadioChiefs Spanish Radio - La Gran D (1340 AM)
Play-by-Play: Enrique Morales
Color: Oscar Monterroso
Sideline: Ricardo Soto
Chiefs FOX Football Radio Network - KCFX (101.1 FM)
Play-by-Play: Mitch Holthus
Color Analyst: Len Dawson
Sideline: Kendall Gammon
Chiefs Postgame Show
KCFX (101.1 FM)
KCFX Hosts: Art Hains, Len Dawson, Dan Israel and Kendall Gammon
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Visit kcchiefs.com for live play-by-plays, stats and info, plus a game day blog, along with videos and photos.
You can also watch the game on-demand after its conclusion using the NFL's Game Rewind package.