Cowboys vs Chiefs Week 11: History, players to watch, gut prediction

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Dallas Cowboys vs Kansas City Chiefs Weather Outlook

Location: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO

Stadium Type: Open, natural grass

Predicted Forecast: High of 55, low of 28, times of cloud and sun, winds of 9-10mph with gusts up to 20-21mph

There is no doubt about it, the Cowboys are going into one of the most hostile environments in the NFL that I can guarantee you will be rocking come Sunday afternoon. The Chiefs fans believe that Patrick Mahomes has flipped the switch and they would love nothing more than to embarrass the Cowboys on national television.

Arrowhead can see some snow and that was one thing I was curious about. I was wondering if we would see snow, sleet, or rain, but the weather has shown us some mercy with a slightly warmer fall day. Some bad weather wouldn’t have been the worst thing, though.

The Cowboys have an advantage in running the ball on the Chiefs and the weather could really help slow down Mahomes and their passing offense. But, beggars can’t be choosers. All season long I have clamored that the Cowboys should beg for clear weather so they can use their whole playbook.

That is what we get Sunday. Sometimes to be the best, you gotta beat the best. The Cowboys will get their crack at the Chiefs in Arrowhead with clear weather. There’s no excuse for the Chiefs to fall on and the Cowboys will get a clean shot to take them down.