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Monday, October 2
8:30p ET ESPN
The Kansas City Chiefs are one of two 3-0 teams left in the NFL this season and will put that perfect record on the line in a Monday Night Football matchup against the Washington Redskins in Week 4. Kansas City has shown incredible depth to their offense, as quarterback Alex Smith is throwing down the field, and rookie running back Kareem Hunt is running all over the place. They will be facing a tough Redskins defense on Monday, but they look unstoppable early.
Washington was on display in primetime last week as well, as they throttled the Oakland Raiders in front of the home crowd. Playing inside Arrowhead Stadium will be completely different from the friendly confines of FedEx Field, so they definitely have their work cut out for them. Quarterback Kirk Cousins can get it done under center but will be facing one of the top defenses in the NFL.
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Like the previous week, NFL Sunday will start in London. This time, the Miami Dolphins and New Orleans Saints kick off in the early U.S. time slot.
As witnessed in the first game at Wembley Stadium this season, we may see the unexpected. Who knows, maybe another blowout victory?
Nonetheless, those in attendance for the Dolphins-Saints tilt will likely see a more competitive contest, with two offenses attempting to outscore each other. The Dolphins struggled to keep up with the New York Jets offense in Week 3. On Sunday, Saints quarterback Drew Brees will take aim at Miami’s secondary.