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Location: Kansas City
Selling point: Tony Gonzalez returning to Kansas City.
This might be considered a long shot as fans don't seem to care very much for players visiting their former teams.
Brett Favre made a big impact for the Green Bay Packers and left the franchise on slightly bad terms. His first-ever match against the Vikings in Minnesota was nationally televised, but his first visit to Green Bay as a visiting player was only shown to a large audience on FOX.
Tony Gonzalez's situation was also different than Favre's. Favre made a big impact on the Packers organization as he won a Super Bowl and three MVP awards.
Unlike Favre, Gonzalez left the franchise on positive terms with a goodbye press conference. While he did, statistically, become the best tight end in NFL history, he could not make as big of an impact for the Chiefs, much like Favre did for the Packers. Let alone the fact Gonzalez has yet to win a postseason game.
That's what makes this game a long shot to be shown nationally. Nonetheless, it will be interesting to see how fans in Kansas City react when Arrowhead Stadium's public address announcer says Gonzalez's name. Having it on prime time might make it better.
As far as level of competition goes, the Chiefs franchise seem to play as well as the Falcons ever have since they have made the postseason three of the four years Matt Ryan has been their quarterback.