The Kansas City Chiefs head to Houston this Saturday for a wild card game against the Texans that is a reprise of the team’s meeting at NRG Stadium in Week 1. Kickoff is set for 4:35pm Eastern time on ESPN/ABC. The Chiefs (11-5) took one of the AFC wild card slots, while the Texans (9-7) won the AFC South. The Chiefs are the NFL betting odds‘ three-point favorites, and the over/under total is 41 points.Watch Online HereAlex Smith told the media on Tuesday, “We knew we had dug ourselves into a hole, and it was like, ‘Let’s just go 1-0 this week.’ Let’s just have a good day of preparation, a good week of preparation and try to get a win and not think about anything else.”Both Houston and Kansas City come in with solid defenses, particularly on third down. The Texans are #1 in the NFL in third down conversions permitted (28.5 percent), while the Chiefs are #2 (33.18 percent). Houston is #5 in yards permitted per play (5.03), and the Chiefs are #6 (5.08). Both teams have limited their opponents to fewer than 20 points per game on average this season.This means that when Houston and Kansas City meet on Saturday, two teams that have vastly different mindsets from Week 1 will be confronting one another.