New England Patriots at Kansas City Chiefs: Live stream, how to watch, odds, time

In the first half of a rare NFL Monday night double bill, the Kansas City Chiefs will play host to the New England Patriots at Arrowhead Stadium in a game that was postponed after both teams returned positive COVID-19 tests on Saturday.

Patriots quarterback Cam Newton will miss the contest after testing positive for COVID-19 and being placed on the reserve list. Chiefs practice-squad quarterback Jordan Ta'amu also tested positive, according to multiple reports. All subsequent tests for both teams' players and personnel, however, have been negative, per multiple reports. 

With Newton out, New England likely will be turning to backup quarterback Brian Hoyer to lead the offense, which will also be without leading rusher Sony Michel. The Chiefs, meanwhile, are hoping that Patrick Mahomes can guide Andy Reid and Co. to the franchise's fourth consecutive 4-0 start.

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes (15) passes over New England Patriots middle linebacker Kyle Van Noy (53) during the second half at Gillette Stadium. (Photo: Winslow Townson, USA TODAY Sports)

Here's everything you need to know for Monday's game:

What time does Patriots vs. Chiefs start?

The game kicks off at 7:05 p.m. ET on Monday, Oct. 5.

What TV channel is Patriots vs. Chiefs on?

The game will be aired on CBS.

How can I watch Patriots vs. Chiefs online via live stream?

Fans can watch the game via live stream on CBS All-Access or fuboTV.

What are the odds for Patriots vs. Chiefs?

According to BetMGM, the line is Chiefs -11 and the over/under is at 48.5.

Where can I find score updates for Patriots vs. Chiefs?

USA TODAY Sports will have all the latest on the game in our box scores.

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