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    The Kansas City Chiefs (9-2)



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    Denver Donkeys (9-2)


    Sunday, December 1, 3:25pm CST
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    Kansas City Missouri



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    Weather forecast: Sunny, with a high near 51. Light northeast wind.

    Line: Broncos -5.5, Over/Under: 49.5
    Trends:
    The Chiefs are 5-1 at home
    The Chiefs are 6-5 ATS.
    The Chiefs are 2-4 ATS at home.
    The Chiefs are 1-1 ATS as the underdog.
    The Chiefs have not been a home underdog.

    The Broncos are 3-2 away
    The Broncos are 6-5 ATS.
    The Broncos are 2-3 ATS away.
    The Broncos are 6-5 ATS as the favorite.
    The Broncos are 2-3 ATS as an away favorite.

    Game Plans:
    Chiefs:
    Both the Chiefs and Broncos are 9-2 and coming off "gut wrenching" defeats as Andy Reid called them, with Kansas City falling by three points to San Diego and Denver losing in overtime by three points to New England.

    Now, they play for control of the AFC West, and possibly the entire AFC bracket for the playoffs. The Broncos right now have the edge, thanks to their 10-point victory over the Chiefs in Denver and a 3-0 record in the division, compared to Kansas City's 1-2 mark. In the first meeting the Chiefs allowed the Broncos 27 points, the lowest total of the season for Peyton Manning and his team. Until last week's game against the Chargers, there didn't appear to be any way the Chiefs offense could score enough points to compete with Manning and his crew. But then they put up five touchdowns and 38 points and maybe, just maybe quarterback Alex Smith can have another productive game throwing the ball.

    Broncos:
    As it was in Week 11, the Broncos' first task in the rematch is to avoid giveaways, on which the Chiefs frequently feast.

    Turnovers were lethal in the Broncos' only two losses this year, and the lack of takeaways helped contribute to Kansas City's recent slide. The Chiefs forced just one turnover in the last two games after racking up 24 in racing to a 9-0 start.

    Notable Quotables:
    Chiefs:

    "You know 9-2, there's a lot of season left and a lot can happen. We have to get back to 'Let's just go 1-0 this week.' We can't be looking at anything beyond that." -- Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith.

    Broncos:
    "They (the Chiefs) know we what we do, we pretty much know what they're going to do. They're not going to do the same thing like they did last time but for the most part, same team, they're going to run some of the same plays." -- Broncos LB Von Miller

    Marquis Matchups:
    --Chiefs CBs Brandon Flowers, Sean Smith and Marcus Cooper vs. Broncos WRs Demaryius Thomas, Eric Decker and Wes Welker -- Game No. 1 between these teams saw Denver's three wide receivers catch 18 passes for 264 yards, but no touchdowns. The Broncos trio had just nine catches for 77 yards and a touchdown against New England. The Chiefs corners allowed San Diego's top three receivers to catch 14 passes for 237 yards and the game winner with 24 seconds to play. Flowers, Smith and Cooper must limit the big-play potential of Peyton Manning's favorite outside targets; another 18 catch day for 264 yards won't get it done.

    --Chiefs RT Donald Stephenson or Eric Fisher vs. Broncos OLB Von Miller -- In the first game between the Chiefs and Broncos, Miller was not a factor -- he had one assist on a tackle in the 70 plays where he was on the field for Denver. The Broncos sacked Chiefs QB Alex Smith three times that day, but Miller wasn't involved. The Chiefs protection unit will need another performance like that if the K.C. offense is to be productive. Fisher did not play last week against San Diego because of a shoulder injury. If he can't go, then Stephenson will handle the spot.

    --Broncos QB Peyton Manning vs. Chiefs S Eric Berry. -- The injuries to the Chiefs' primary pass rushers means that Kansas City's best hope for pressuring Manning might rest with Berry on the safety blitz. With Justin Houston nursing a dislocated elbow and Tamba Hali trying to work through an ankle injury, Kansas City might try to throw more exotic pass rushes at Manning to try and rattle him. The Chiefs can scarcely do worse; with a healthy Hali and Houston in Week 11, they never touched the 37-year-old quarterback.

    --Broncos LBs [B]Wesley Woodyard and Danny Trevathan vs. Chiefs RB Jamaal Charles. -- Although Alex Smith threw for a season-high 294 yards last week, the Chiefs' bread-and-butter remains the running of Charles, who has averaged 109 yards in his last six games against the Broncos. With Kevin Vickerson out for the season, Woodyard might come face-to-face with Charles more often than he did in Week 11, and if he can't contain him, Trevathan, the Broncos' leading tackler, will have to pick up the slack.

    ESPN Game Preview:

    For the first time this season, both the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs are coming off losses, and both were more disappointing than the average NFL defeat.

    The AFC West rivals will meet for the second time in three weeks Sunday in Kansas City with each looking to take control of the division and avoid another week of looking for a bounce-back game.

    "I know, look, everybody's going to ride that roller coaster," Broncos interim coach Jack Del Rio said. "Last week we're the greatest, this week not so good. We'll just keep working at it."

    A number of complicated scenarios exist for each team to clinch a postseason spot with a win this week.

    While the Broncos (9-2) might be feeling the majority of the disappointment after matching a franchise-record 24-point collapse Sunday in New England, the Chiefs (9-2) are likely feeling the brunt of the pressure.

    They've dropped their first two games in consecutive weeks, including their first at home in Sunday's last-minute 41-38 loss to San Diego. They've also lost consecutive games at Arrowhead Stadium to the Broncos.

    The more alarming trend might be a defense that has allowed season-high point totals the last two weeks. After allowing over 17 points for the first time this season in a 27-17 loss Nov. 17 at Denver that didn't exactly raise huge concerns, Sunday's game certainly exposed some holes -- and physically created them with injuries.

    "Just like we were doing when we were winning, we need to go back and see what's up and correct it and just keep going to work," Chiefs safety Eric Berry said. "It's not the end of the world. But we do have a sense of urgency this week to get the things corrected that we see on tape."

    Kansas City has two sacks in its last four games after piling up 35 through its first seven. Peyton Manning and Philip Rivers combined for 715 passing yards in two weeks after the Chiefs had held each of their previous nine opponents under 300 yards through the air.

    They now face Manning again, and this time around Kansas City won't have Tamba Hali (9.0) and Justin Houston (11.0) -- who account for over half of the team's sacks -- on the field together.

    Hali suffered a sprained ankle last week, but he went through practice Friday without feeling pain and will play. Houston dislocated his right elbow against the Chargers and it's unclear when he'll return.

    "Losing that caliber of players, we have to step it up, make something happen," Chiefs cornerback Brandon Flowers said. "That's what we get paid to do."

    Coach Andy Reid said starting defensive tackle Mike DeVito will likely return after missing last week's game with a knee injury.

    The Chiefs are still best in the AFC in scoring defense, allowing 16.3 points per game. They're also holding opponents to an NFL-low 29.1 percent on third down.

    The Broncos offense, however, has been another kind of elite, averaging a league-best 451.5 yards and 39.0 points, 11.2 points ahead of No. 2 Seattle. Their 48.3 percent third-down conversion rate tops the league, as does their red-zone efficiency (78.7).

    Manning is within two touchdown passes of breaking his franchise record of 37. Tying that mark Sunday likely would have helped avoid a 34-31 overtime loss to the Patriots.

    He finished with a season-worst 70.4 passer rating with a season-low 19 completions on 36 attempts for a season-low 150 yards.

    Matching a season-high four turnovers as a team was likely the bigger issue.

    "Hated the way that ended, not getting a chance to get our hands on the ball," Manning said. "We helped them with some short fields. It's hard to do that to our defense."

    That hasn't been an issue for Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith or the team as a whole. They've turned the ball over a league-low 11 times while creating an AFC-best 24 takeaways.

    Smith has thrown five interceptions, and his 25 picks since 2010 are the fewest among quarterbacks with 1,100 passing attempts.

    The Broncos aren't without injury issues of their own.

    Knowshon Moreno ran for a career-best 224 yards on a career-high 37 carries against the Patriots. Though he isn't certain to play, an MRI showed a right ankle injury suffered at the end of the game caused no significant damage.

    Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie's jammed right shoulder also wasn't serious.

    Del Rio said he expects cornerback Champ Bailey (foot) and tight end Julius Thomas (knee) to return after both missed the New England. Julius Thomas is tied with Demaryius Thomas for the team lead with 10 touchdown catches.

    Starting defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson, however, has been placed on season-ending injured reserve with a dislocated hip.
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    Chiefs Stats Leaders:

    Offense:
    Passing:
    Alex Smith

    235-398 for 2443 yds, 14 tds, 5 ints, QBR---83.4

    Receiving:
    Donnie Avery

    32 rec, 507 yds, 2 tds

    Rushing:
    Jamaal Charles

    200 carries for 918 yds, 4.6 ypc, 8 tds


    Defense:
    Tackles:
    Derrick Johnson

    83 tackles (74 solo) 3.5 sacks

    Sacks:
    Justin Houston

    11 sacks
    and Tamba Hali

    9 sacks, 1 int

    Interceptions:
    Quentin Demps

    3 ints


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    Broncos Stats Leaders:
    Offense:
    Passing:
    Peyton "The Fivehead" Manning

    305-445 for 3722 yds, 36 tds, 7 int, 10 fumbles (6 lost), QBR---114.5


    Receiving:
    Demaryius Thomas

    64 catches for 955 yds, 10 tds


    Rushing:
    Knowshon "No show" Moreno

    187 carries for 824 yds, 4.4 ypc, 9 tds





    Defense:
    Tackles:
    Danny "Pass the Doobie" Trevathan

    94 tackles (61 solo), 1 sack, 3 ints


    Sacks:
    Shaun Phillips

    9 sacks, 3 ints


    Interceptions:
    Danny Trevathon again and Chris Harris Jr.

    3 Ints each




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    Injury Reports

    Chiefs:
    Probable:
    Mike Catapano (DE)-Ankle
    Jeff Allen (G)-Groin
    Anthony Sherman (RB)-Knee
    Tyson Jackson (DE)-Abdomen

    Questionable:
    Tamba Hali (LB)-Ankle
    Mike Devito (DE)-Knee
    Eric Fisher (T)-Shoulder
    Jon Asamoah (G)-Shoulder

    Out:
    Justin Houston (LB)-Elbow
    Sanders Commings (S)-Shoulder (Placed on Injured Reserve)

    Broncos:
    Probable:
    Chris Kuper (G)-Ankle
    J.D. Walton (C)-Ankle
    Knowshon Moreno (RB)-Ankle
    Wes Welker (WR)-Ankle
    Orlando Franklin (T)-Ankle
    Peyton Manning (QB)-Ankle
    Kayvon Webster (CB)-Ankle
    (I'm sensing a pattern here!)
    Chris Clark (T)-Thumb
    Champ Bailey (CB)-Foot
    Joel Dreessen (TE)-Knee
    Omar Bolden (S)-Concussion
    Winston Justice (T)-Finger

    Questionable:
    Julius Thomas (TE)-Knee
    Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (CB)-Shoulder
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    Chiefs-Chargers scouting report from the Kansas City Star

    November 30

    When the Chiefs run
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    Jamaal Charles didn’t go crazy against the Broncos a few weeks ago, but he did rush 16 times for 78 yards, an average of 4.9 yards per carry. He’s also coming off his best game of the season against San Diego, so there’s a chance he and his offensive line are really settling into in a groove. Jamaal Charles didn’t go crazy against the Broncos a few weeks ago, but he did rush 16 times for 78 yards, an average of 4.9 yards per carry. He’s also coming off his best game of the season against San Diego, so there’s a chance he and his offensive line are really settling into in a groove. Throw in defensive lineman Derek Wolfe’s illness and the season-ending injury to defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson, one of the Broncos’ most reliable run stuffers, and the Chiefs could make some hay here.

    When the Chiefs pass
    EDGE >> BRONCOS
    Alex Smith threw for two touchdowns and connected on a few downfield passes the last time against Denver. But he only completed 21 of 45 passes and was sacked three times, and while the Chiefs managed to contain star pass rusher Von Miller, they struggled to corral his counterpart at outside linebacker, Shaun Phillips. Cornerback Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie is questionable because of a shoulder injury, but it looks like veteran cornerback Champ Bailey — who has only played two games all season — is ready to return from a sprained foot.

    When the Broncos run
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    Knowshon Moreno tore up the Patriots last week for 224 yards in 37 carries, but the Chiefs did a much better job of containing him, as he rushed for only 79 yards in 27 carries. He will likely play despite a bone bruise in his right ankle, and the Broncos need him; his primary backups, Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman, have battled fumble problems.

    STEVEN SENNE | THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
    Broncos running back Knowshon Moreno (27) escaped the Patriots’ Rob Ninkovich (50) and Duron Harmon (30) in overtime last Sunday but New England won 34-31.


    When the Broncos pass
    EDGE >> BRONCOS
    This is where the Broncos really made the Chiefs pay the first time around. Peyton Manning wasn’t his typical masterful self — he only completed 24 of 40 passes — but he made a handful of gorgeous throws as the Broncos tore the Chiefs up both long and short. The play of cornerback Marcus Cooper will be big; Manning and San Diego quarterback Philip Rivers have picked on him the last few weeks. The Chiefs have also failed to generate much of a pass rush the last two games, something that won’t get any easier with Justin Houston out because of an elbow injury.

    Special teams
    EDGE >> BRONCOS
    Denver kicker Matt Prater has only missed one field goal all season while punter Britton Colquitt is also in the midst of a nice season. The same can be said about Chiefs kicker Ryan Succop and punter Dustin Colquitt, but the fact Denver has two return touchdowns to the Chiefs’ one gives them the slightest edge.

    Coaching
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    Despite a slight mishap a week ago — when he called a timeout prematurely instead of letting the play clock run down, thus giving San Diego more time to mount a game-winning drive — Andy Reid’s game-management skills have been solid this season. He gets the edge over interim Broncos coach Jack Del Rio, though this game will largely fall on the adjustments Reid’s defensive coordinator, Bob Sutton, can make in the rematch against Manning.

    X-factor
    EDGE >> CHIEFS
    The game is a sellout, and Arrowhead Stadium will be rocking. If the crowd does its thing, it could have an effect on all those little calls Manning likes to make before each snap. Manning also looked somewhat ordinary in the cold against the Patriots last week. It’s something worth keeping an eye on this time around.

    Bottom Line: Broncos 31-24
    Expect the Chiefs to run the football and really try to set the tone with their physicality on both sides of the ball. They should have some success, too; the staff has the film from the first game and they should make some necessary adjustments. It probably won’t be enough to win — the injury to Justin Houston is a killer — but it should be close, and if the Chiefs win the turnover battle, well, all bets are off.

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    Gonna be long game ..42-17 loss.

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    Topeka......

    Once again you have outdone yourself! Thank you!

    All you Chiefs fans....

    I have to be at work at 4:30 Eastern time so I'll miss the game. Y'all be sure to yell EXTRA LOUD for me! I'm not going to follow the game on somebody's smarter than me phone, so I'll watch the rewind when I get home. Just make sure we win please. I don't want to watch the rewind and be disappointed.

    GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!! KICK SOME DONKEY ASH!!!!!!!

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    Judging by the facial expressions on everyone underneath Trevathan, I'd say we can take a guess who the doobie was passed to.

    Can we route their airport shuttle service through Riverside?

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    Go Chiefs! !!!
    That is all.

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