The New York Giants will host the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday in a Week 11 matchup as the season gets one week closer to its merciful end.
The New York Giants are 1-8. The Kansas City Chiefs are 6-3. Trying to convince Giants fans to watch this game would be difficult so I’m not going to bother. What I will do, however, is give you all the information you need to catch this game if you decide that is what you want to do with your Sunday afternoon.
The New York Giants will be without offensive lineman Justin Pugh as he injured his back in last week’s embarrassing loss to the San Francisco 49ers. Linebacker B.J. Goodson will also miss this one with an ankle injury.
After playing just one game with the Giants, linebacker Kelvin Shepard is doubtful to play on Sunday with a groin injury. And fellow linebacker Devon Kennard is questionable with a quad injury.
Damon Harrison is also questionable with an ankle injury and Sterling Shepard was a late add to the injury report with an illness. He is questionable as well.
The Kansas City Chiefs enter this game having lost three of their last four. Lucky for them, the Giants are the perfect opponent to get back on track against.
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Carlos Hyde and Matt Breida ran all over New York last week so Kareem Hunt should be in for a big day. The Giants have also struggled all year to cover tight ends and the Chiefs have one of the best in the league in Travis Kelce.
Kansas City’s strengths play right into New York’s weaknesses. It could be another long day for Big Blue and their fans.
However, if you’re a true fan and plan on sticking with your team, here’s all the information you need to catch the game on Sunday:
WHERE TO WATCH: The New York Giants will host the Kansas City Chiefs for a 1:00 p.m. ET start on CBS. The game can be seen throughout the Northeast and Midwest. The great duo of Ian Eagle and Dan Fouts will be on the call.
WHERE TO LISTEN: For those not in front of a TV, you can tune into WFAN 660 AM or 101.9 FM to catch the game. As always, Bob Papa will be on the play-by-play with Carl Banks as your color commentator. Howard Cross will be on the sideline giving field updates. Subscribers to Sirius radio can turn to channel 133 for the New York Giants broadcast or channel 146 to listen to the Kansas City Chiefs broadcast.
Try to enjoy the game, Giants fans. This season will be over soon.