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NFL: Washington Redskins at Kansas City Chiefs Jay Biggerstaff-USA TODAY Sports

Victory Monday has almost come to a close, but there is one more game to be played in Week 4 of the NFL.

Speaking of things that only have one thing remaining (great segue, Jeremy), the NFL has one remaining undefeated team. Why do I mention that? Well, because the Kansas City Chiefs are putting their spotless 3-0 record on the line this very night on “Monday Night Football.”

Led by Alex Smith and Kareem Hunt on offense, the Chiefs have looked impressive against the Patriots, Eagles and Chargers through three weeks.

But Monday will be no cake walk. Washington is in town and riding a two-game winning streak against the Rams and Raiders.

Assuming you’re a Detroit Lions fan—and if you aren’t, please state your name and purpose—you should be rooting for the Chiefs tonight. While it would be great for Detroit to be tied for the best record in the NFL, that short-term vanity is nowhere near as valuable as what could be a crucial loss for Washington, a potential NFC Wild Card contender. So root for the team I’m willing to call by name.

Here’s how to catch Monday Night Football:

Date/Time: Monday, October 2, 2017—8:30 p.m. ET
Location: Arrowhead Stadium—Kansas City, MO
TV: ESPN
Announcers: Sean McDonough, Jon Gruden
Radio: Westwood One Sports (Kevin Harlan, Kurt Warner, Ed Werder)
Online Streaming: NFL.com Game Pass, NFL Sunday Ticket, WatchESPN
Odds: Chief by 7
SB Nation Blogs: Arrowhead Pride (Chiefs) — Hogs Haven (Washington)