The Kansas City Chiefs travel to Philadelphia to play the Eagles on Sunday, October 3, 2021 at Lincoln Financial Field.
This game is a continuation of the homecoming theme around the NFL.
Chiefs head coach Andy Reid will return to Philadelphia where he spent the majority of his NFL coaching career, yet where he could not win the elusive Lombardi.
The Eagles fired him after the 2012 season, but he remains the winningest coach in franchise history.
Reid is trying to get his 100th victory with the Chiefs.
If Andy Reid beats the #Eagles Sunday:
He'll become the first head coach in #NFL history to win 100 games with multiple franchises (including the postseason).
— Jeff Kerr (@JeffKerrCBS) September 28, 2021
Another homecoming is for running back LeSean McCoy who comes to Philadelphia on a one-day contract in order to retire as an Eagle.
Harrisburg native LeSean McCoy is retiring from the NFL after 12 seasons in the league. The running back will sign a one-day contract with Philadelphia to retire as an Eagles player on Sunday.https://t.co/5b9LpZRI2f
— abc27 News (@abc27News) October 1, 2021
McCoy played for both of Reid’s teams and was on the Super Bowl champion Chiefs team from the 2019 season.
Here is how to watch, listen, or live stream the game.
How To Watch Chiefs Vs. Eagles
This game airs at 1:00 PM EDT on Sunday, October 3, 2021 on CBS.
The broadcasting team of Ian Eagle, Charles Davis, and Evan Washburn will cover this game for CBS.
How To Listen To Chiefs Vs. Eagles
Chiefs fans can hear the game on 106.5 The Wolf.
Eagles fans can catch the game on 94.1 FM WIP Sports Radio
How To Live Stream Chiefs Vs. Eagles
Those interested in live streaming the game can access it on the following platforms:
Both Teams Are 1-2
No one expected Kansas City to be 1-2 going into Week 4.
Rough day for young running-backs in the @NFL yesterday: Clyde Edwards-Hellaire's fumble helps @Chiefs lose to @Ravens . And former Buckeye Trey Sermon gets the snot knocked out of him (though @49ers win!)
— Ann Wilcox (@AnnWinDC) September 20, 2021
The Chiefs defense has not stepped up and could not stop Lamar Jackson in Week 2.
It is still early in the season, and most believe the Chiefs will be in all playoff discussions at the end of the season.
The Eagles, on the other hand, are a young team with Jalen Hurts at the helm.
This team is still trying to find its identity under rookie head coach Nick Sirianni.
“I think the Eagles are in good hands”
-Andy Reid on Nick Sirianni
Andy was a first time head coach in Philly in 1999 like Nick and Andy started 1-4, 2-7 and says support from organization was very important to stick with his plan pic.twitter.com/PfxazRSOxt
— John Clark (@JClarkNBCS) September 29, 2021
The exuberant Philly fans might cheer for Reid in the pregame, but when kickoff rolls around, they will want their beloved Eagles to send Reid and the Chiefs home with a 1-3 record.