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Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Arizona Cardinals: KC Needs To Replace Starting Safety, Tight End

The Kansas City Chiefs will host the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs have issued their injury report for the game and it includes seven players -- a season high. Two of those players have already been ruled out.

S Jon McGraw will not play with knee and head injuries. The good news is that S Kendrick Lewis is expected to return to the lineup this week after both missed the Denver Broncos game. With Lewis in, McGraw's loss can be handled.

TE Tony Moeaki has also been ruled out and his loss is a bit of a bigger problem. Other than Dwayne Bowe, Moeaki is the most consistent receiver on the field so his loss will hurt. I don't think the Chiefs can completely replace his production with TE Leonard Pope but he'll help absorb some of the hit.

The Chiefs also have WR Dexter McCluster listed as questionable. He's missed the last three weeks. Both starting guards -- Ryan Lilja and Brian Waters -- are listed as questionable. Reserve G Jon Asamoah can fill in for either one should one have to sit.