WHAT: Dallas Cowboys (2-2) at Kansas City Chiefs (0-4)
WHEN: Sunday, Noon (CT)
WHERE: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City
TELEVISION: FOX (Joe Buck, Troy Aikman and Pam Oliver)
Five players are out for the Cowboys - starting safety Gerald Sensabaugh (thumb), rookie safety Mike Hamlin (wrist), outside linebacker Curtis Johnson (hamstring) and two offensive cogs in the Cowboys' machine: Felix Jones (knee) and Roy Williams (ribs). Starting center Andre Gurode (knee) practiced on a limited basis Thursday and Friday, and is listed as questionable, although head coach Wade Phillips sounded optimistic during his Friday press conference. Starting left tackle Flozell Adams (shoulder), starting running back Marion Barber (thigh) and rookie outside linebacker Jason Williams (ankles) are all listed as probable.
The Chiefs are the first team that has a real injury advantage over the Cowboys. All three players on their injury report are listed as probable - backup defensive ends Alex Magee (illness) and Wallace Gilberry (head), and backup offensive lineman Ikechuku Ndukew (shoulder).