The Dallas Cowboys continue their season as they will travel to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs this Sunday.  They are coming off an opening week victory against division rival the New York Giants as they won by a final score of 36-31.  They will have to improve in many aspects though if they want to earn their first road win of the season.

The Chiefs are under the direction of the long time Philadelphia Eagles head coach Andy Reid.  They are coming off a blowout win over the struggling Jacksonville Jaguars as the Kansas City huddle is under the control of the newly acquired former 49er quarterback Alex Smith.  You might remember him as the guy who Colin Kaepernick replaced.  Under the guidance of Andy Reid though is always a good thing however as he is considered one of the best quarterback coaches in the NFL.


On the Cowboys side, head coach Jason Garrett and company have much to work on after last Sunday's game.  The running game was basically none existent as they could only manage just over 80 yards, which were almost all gained by Demarco Murray.  The offensive line will need to make some adjustments if they want to have any kind of success against Kansas City.  They struggled to get any kind of consistent push against New York and really forced the offense to become quite predictable.

Tony Romo will play this week after suffering some bruised ribs in the season opener.  Wide receiver Dez Bryant also suffered any injury in week one but is listed as probable for Sunday.  Kickoff for this game is set for 12 pm from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City and can be seen on FOX.

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