The Kansas City Chiefs and St. Louis Rams are set to square off on Saturday night in what will be each team's second NFL preseason game of 2012.
The contest is set to get underway at 8 p.m. ET at the Edward Jones Dome. If you don't live in one of the local television markets or can't get to a TV, you can watch a free live stream online by clicking here.
The Chiefs got their year off to a good start by defeating the Cardinals, 27-17. Their starters dominated Arizona, taking a 14-0 lead into the second quarter. Kansas City saw three of its best players return to the field after going down with season-ending injuries in 2011.
Jamaal Charles rushed three times for 12 yards, playing his first game since Week 2 of last year. Matt Cassel started at quarterback after going down halfway through last season. He looked good, completing five of his six passes for 67 yards and a touchdown.
Eric Berry suited up after playing just one game in 2011. The safety recorded one tackle in his return.
Dwayne Bowe finally signed his franchise tender with Kansas City. The wide receiver won't play against St. Louis just one day after rejoining the club.
The Rams weren't as successful in their return to the gridiron in 2012. They were blown out 33-3 by the Colts in a battle of the two worst teams from a season ago. St. Louis had no answers for Andrew Luck. The rookie quarterback completed 10 passes for 188 yards and two touchdowns.
Two of the Rams first three draft picks started in the poor defensive effort. Linebacker Michael Brockers recorded two tackles, while cornerback Janoris Jenkins was a part of the secondary that was torched by Indianapolis
Sam Bradford was one bright spot for St. Louis. The third-year quarterback completed seven of his nine passes for 57 yards. He took a step back in his sophomore season after a promising rookie campaign. He'll likely get a chance to play most of the first half on Saturday.
Prediction: The Rams are probably one of the worst teams in the NFL. If the Chiefs can get their running game going with Charles, they should have the advantage over a potentially anemic St. Louis offense.