Chiefs vs Vikings Game Today: Chiefs vs Vikings injury report, schedule, live Stream, TV channel, and betting preview for Preseason Week 3 NFL game between the Chiefs and the Vikings.
KC Chiefs are prepared to close out the preseason with their first and only home game of the three-game series against the Minnesota Vikings on Friday night.
Having beaten both the Arizona Cardinals and the San Francisco 49ers so far this preseason, the Kansas City Chiefs are 2-0 in the meaningless preseason standings. In any case, the fact that even their second and third string players are capable of moving the chains on offense and slowing their opponent on defense is a positive sign that this team is loaded with talent.
The first-team will play at least part of, if not the entire first half on Friday, according to Andy Reid, who stated that the first-team will play at least part of, if not the entire first half on Friday. That’s great news for fans who have spent a lot of money to get a chance to see preseason action.
Former Kansas City cornerback Bashaud Breeland, who signed a one-year deal with Minnesota worth $3 million in free agency this offseason, will also pay a visit to Kansas City during the visit. They will meet their former first round pick Mike Hughes for the first time in the Chiefs’ secondary and return game, which will be a first for the Vikings.
Injury Report for the Chiefs vs. Minnesota, Week 3 of the preseason
As a result of Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Darrel Williams being unable to participate in practice this week, the Kansas City Chiefs have been hampered in the backfield. Edwards-Helaire is currently out with an ankle injury, and Williams has been placed in the team’s concussion protocol since being injured. Both players were able to return to practice on Wednesday, but it will be interesting to see whether the Chiefs choose to play it safe or take a chance on the game.
The same can be said for pass rusher Chris Jones, who has been sidelined this week due to an illness that is not related to COVID. Will he be able to play on Friday if he feels well enough? Will the Chiefs simply put him on injured reserve until the start of the regular season? We’ll have to wait and see what happens.
Latest Injury News Regarding Adam Thielen
A game against the Indianapolis Colts served as the Minnesota Vikings’ final preseason exhibition, and they were forced to watch star wide receiver Adam Thielen leave the field early. After the game, the team discovered that he had suffered a bruise on his thigh and that he would not be required to miss much time from the game. Though he had missed a few days of practice, Thielen returned to the field on Wednesday (along with Justin Jefferson), and it will be interesting to see whether the Vikings push him to play in this preseason game against the Chiefs or whether they take it easy against them.
Preseason Week 3 odds and betting pick for the Chiefs vs. Vikings
According to WynnBET’s Preseason Week 3 odds, the Chiefs are four-point favorites over the Vikings in this game. When you consider that Kansas City gets a three-point advantage just for being the home team, it’s clear that oddsmakers don’t really favor the Chiefs backups over the Vikings at this point. At this point, it makes sense to stick with K.C., especially given how well the second- and third-team players have performed during the preseason so far.
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What channel will the Chiefs game be broadcast on during Preseason Week 3?
The Chiefs’ game today will be broadcast live on KSHB on Friday, August 27 at 7:00 p.m. Central Time.
Live Streaming of the Chiefs vs. Vikings
Fubo TV will be broadcasting live coverage of today’s Chiefs game.
The Chiefs’ next game and schedule are listed below.
The Chiefs will now turn their attention to the regular season, which will begin for them on September 12 when they travel to Cleveland to face the Browns in what will be a vengeance game for them after being eliminated from the playoffs last year.
Week 1 matchup vs. the Cleveland Browns
Week 2: Visit to the Baltimore Ravens
Week 3: vs. the Los Angeles Chargers
Week 4: The Philadelphia Eagles visit the Saints.