KANSAS CITY, Sporting Alert — The Kansas City Chiefs will seek to stay undefeated this season when they host the Washington Redskins at Arrowhead Stadium on Monday Night Football.
Live television and streaming coverage start at 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN and the WatchESPN App.
Kansas City (3-0) is the only remaining undefeated team in the NFL this season and Andy Reid’s men can stay clear of the Denver Broncos in the AFC West with another win.
Entering tonight’s game, the Chiefs have already beaten defending champions New England Patriots, Philadelphia Eagles and the Los Angeles Chargers.
Washington (2-1) meanwhile, has won two straight since losing its season opener to the Eagles.
They are coming off an impressive prime-time 27-10 victory over the Oakland Raiders last Sunday night but could find the going tough this time.
According to ESPN’s Football Power Index, Kansas City has a significant edge with the home side being given a 73.8-percent chance to prevail at home.
TEAM NEWS AND INACTIVES
In the meantime, the Kansas City Chiefs have announced that left tackle Eric Fisher is active tonight and will play.
However, starting offensive lineman in Mitch Morse is among the inactive players for Kansas City as he continues to recover from a sprained foot.
The remaining Chiefs inactive players for tonight‘s game against Washington are linebackers Dee Ford and Kevin Pierre-Louis, cornerback D.J. White, quarterback Tyler Bray, offensive lineman Parker Ehinger and wide receiver Jehu Chesson.
Redskins safety D.J. Swearinger warmed up with cleats and gloves before the game and looks like he’s going to try and give it a go tonight.
Swearinger was listed as questionable with a hamstring injury.
Tight end Jordan Reed is also expected to play against Kansas after he missed last week’s game with rib and shoulder injuries.
Offensive linemen Tyler Catalina and Ty Nsekhe, along with linebacker Josh Harvey-Clemons, running back Mack Brown, cornerback Josh Holsey, receiver Brian Quick and defensive end Anthony Lanier are the inactive players tonight for the Redskins.
Alex Smith has so far thrown for 774 yards with seven touchdowns for the Chiefs this season, while running back Kareem Hunt has rushed for 401 on 47 carries with four TDs.
Kirk Cousins has passed for 784 yards with five touchdowns for the Redskins so far this season.