Here's final preseason chance for Chiefs' offense to be productive

KANSAS CITY, Mo. – The Kansas City Chiefs continue the preseason at 8 p.m. Friday vs. the Tennessee Titans at Arrowhead Stadium. Here are a couple of things to watch for during the game:

Why watch: The starters will play into the third quarter, or more than in any of the other preseason games. On offense, the Chiefs are looking for better play from their starting offense, which has produced just one touchdown in about three quarters of play. Many or all of the starters won’t play in next week’s final preseason game.

Did you know: The Titans will bring eight former Chiefs players to Arrowhead. Among them are three players who were once starters or regulars for the Chiefs: Dexter McCluster, Anthony Fasano and Ryan Succop. McCluster and Succop were with the Titans last September when they beat the Chiefs at Arrowhead in a regular-season game.