Eagles at Chiefs
Last year Kansas City was the NFL's fourth most generous team, allowing 435 points. This year, thanks to three newcomers-- cornerback Patrick Surtain, linebacker Kendrell Bell and safety Sammy Knight--the Chiefs are suddenly stingy. They gave up just 24 points in winning their first two games. Fox 4:15 p.m.
The Brooklyn Dodgers: The Original America's Team
Tell Mark Reese, "Yer old man's a Bum," and he'll agree with you. His father, Pee Wee Reese, was the shortstop on the 1955 Dodgers team, which gave Brooklyn its only world championship. Mark directed this film, which examines the team's role in the civil rights movement. Second baseman Jackie Robinson (left) and catcher Roy Campanella were African-American starters for Da Bums. ESPN Classic 12:30 p.m.
Coyotes at Canucks
Hockey's back, and so is Wayne Gretzky (right). Six years after he retired, the NHL's alltime leading scorer makes his debut as Phoenix's head coach. "He's a fiery guy," captain Shane Doan said. "The way he played is the way he coaches." The Coyotes can only hope some of his Greatness rubs off on them: Only four teams scored fewer goals than Phoenix in the 2003-04 season. FSN 7 p.m.