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Here are some keys for the Kansas City Chiefs in their game tonight against visiting Arizona:
Can the Chiefs move the ball? On the opening drive of the preseason at Chicago, Brodie Croyle led the Chiefs on a 16 play, 81-yard touchdown drive. However the Chiefs could not move the ball on their subsequent drives. Croyle has been very good during training camp and the Chiefs want to see him move the ball again tonight.
The kickers: Connor Barth and Nick Novak are competing for the kicking job. Both kickers have been decent, but the Chiefs will be keeping a very close eye on them tonight.
Glenn Dorsey: There is no guarantee Dorsey will play tonight, but the team would like to see him on the field for a few plays. The No. 5 overall pick has to get some playing time before the season opener at New England. Dorsey was hurt Aug. 2 and he has been slowly coming back into the mix. The defensive tackle will play next week in Miami, but there is a chance he will see the field for a few plays tonight.