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Watch Chiefs vs Patriots Live :: NFL Regular Season 2018 Week 6 New England Patriots – Kansas City Chiefs at Gillette Stadium – Foxborough, Massachusetts usa football Sunday night (8:20 p.m., NBC, stream on FUBOTV), and who wins this one could go a long way toward determining who gets home-field advantage in the AFC playoffs.

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Time, TV, and streaming info
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Mass.
TV: NBC
Streaming: FuboTV, NBC Sports

Before the season started, few would have pegged the Kansas City Chiefs vs. the New England Patriots as the top Sunday Night Football matchup of the season, but here we are. Patrick Mahomes is lighting up the world, while Tom Brady and the Patriots seem to be finding their groove. They’re set to play from Gillette Stadium at 8:20 p.m. ET on NBC (live streaming via ).

The Chiefs are 5-0 on the season, scoring 30-plus points in all but one game, in which they scored 27. Some games have been closer than others, but Mahomes has 1,513 yards, 14 touchdowns and two interceptions while completing 63.6 percent of his passes this season. He’s been fantastic.

For the Patriots, they started the season off slowly, but with both Julian Edelman back from suspension and the recently-acquired Josh Gordon getting more acquainted with the offense, they’re just going to get better as the season progresses.

Below is all you need to know to watch the action on Sunday.

Time, TV, and streaming info
Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Location: Gillette Stadium, Foxboro, Mass.
TV: NBC
Streaming: FuboTV, NBC Sports
Odds: The Patriots opened as 3.5-point favorites for the matchup.

The Chiefs lead the AFC and have at least a two-game edge on every conference team not named the Cincinnati Bengals. For that, they can thank a dynamic offense that averages 35 points per game, which ranks second in the league.

Although the defense has not been strong for the most part (25.8 points per game allowed), that unit stepped up in a 30-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars in Week 5. The Chiefs forced five turnovers and opened up a 20-0 halftime lead before cruising to a win, perhaps foreshadowing better defensive days.

New England struggled to start the year, winning an uninspiring 27-20 matchup with the Houston Texans before dropping games to the Jaguars and previously winless Detroit Lions by a combined 27 points.
Kansas City has covered every game so far, and the Chiefs also come in riding a four-game cover streak on the road.

But just because Mahomes, Hill, Kelce and Hunt are electrifying doesn’t mean they’ll keep rolling against a Pats team that has found its mojo.

With security blanket Julian Edelman back from suspension, Tom Brady looks like himself again. He’s thrown for 615 yards and six touchdowns the past two weeks, while rookie Sony Michel has run for 210 yards and two scores in that span. New England’s balanced attack could erupt at home against the NFL’s 32nd-ranked defense.

The Pats have covered all three of their home games this season and enter “Sunday Night Football” on a 16-6 ATS run against winning teams.

We can tell you Roberts is leaning Over despite the high total, but his much stronger play is against the spread. Roberts, who ran Station Casinos sportsbooks for over a dozen years, says a major x-factor determines which side of the spread hits hard. He’s sharing what it is, and who to back, only at SportsLine.

The New England Patriots will host the Kansas City Chiefs in a Sunday Night Football game. It is the second straight primetime game for the Patriots in a stretch of four primetime games in five weeks. The Patriots beat Indianapolis on Thursday Night Football last week. After a trip to Chicago next week, the Patriots travel to Buffalo for Monday Night Football followed by a Sunday Night game vs. Green Bay at Gillette Stadium.

This week’s game will be the 13th time in team history that the Patriots will be playing in back-to-back primetime games. The 2018 season is the first time that the Patriots have two sets of back-to-back primetime games in the same season. Pittsburgh and San Francisco also have two sets of consecutive primetime contests in 2018. The last time the Patriots played back-to-back primetime games was in 2015.

Since 2000, only three other teams have played at least 13 consecutive primetime games – Chicago (14) , Dallas (13) and Pittsburgh (13).