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    For those who don't live near KC

    Weather is suppose to be a factor. They are saying some pretty decent snow for the first half falling off in the 2nd half. Ready to freeze my rear end off GO CHIEFS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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    The Kansas City Chiefs (9-4) (3-3 @ Home)



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    Weather forecast:
    26 degrees. Foggy 9 mph ENE winds.

    Line: Chiefs -10, Over/Under: 44.5

    Trends:

    Chiefs:
    Kansas City are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games.
    Kansas City are 4-1 SU in their last 5 games.
    The total has gone OVER in 5 of Kansas City's last 7 games at home.
    Kansas City are 3-7 ATS in their last 10 games when playing at home against Denver.
    Kansas City are 5-2 ATS in their last 7 games this season.
    The total has gone UNDER in 4 of Kansas City's last 5 games against an opponent in the AFC conference.
    Kansas City are 5-0 SU in their last 5 games against an opponent in the AFC West division.
    Kansas City are 9-2 SU in their last 11 games played in December.

    Broncos:
    Denver are 5-1 ATS in their last 6 games.
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Denver's last 5 games.
    Denver are 5-12 SU in their last 17 games.
    Denver are 1-7 ATS in their last 8 games against Kansas City.
    Denver are 0-8 SU in their last 8 games against Kansas City.
    Denver are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 games on the road.
    Denver are 7-3 ATS in their last 10 games when playing on the road against Kansas City.
    The total has gone OVER in 4 of Denver's last 6 games this season.
    The total has gone UNDER in 14 of Denver's last 18 games against an opponent in the AFC conference.
    Denver are 4-10 SU in their last 14 games against an opponent in the AFC West division.

    Against the Spread:


    Last 10 Games Head-2-Head:


    Notable Quotables:
    Chiefs:
    "The defense, I think, is one of the big stories of the season. At the beginning of the year, we knew it was going to take a fair amount of the season for that group to really [come together]. We had a new coaching staff, we had new players, we had a new scheme. We struggled a little bit early with that, but over the last four or five weeks I think the defense has really stepped up. They've been a big factor in the last three victories."
    --Chiefs Chairman Clark Hunt

    Broncos:
    "Honestly there's been some fast guys, but I do think [Tyreek Hill]'s the fastest that I've seen in my time. And he's very athletic, he's not just a straight-line track guy fast, he can change direction on the dime, real quick, great runner after the catch, probably be a hell of a punt returner if they wanted him to be."
    --Broncos Head Coach Vic Fangio

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    Schedules/Results:
    Date
    Opponent
    Time/TV
    Tickets
    Sunday
    Sep. 8
    at JAX Jaguars
    TIAA Bank Field
    Jacksonville, FL
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    W 40-26
    Sunday
    Sep. 15
    at OAK Raiders
    Oakland Col.
    Oakland, CA
    4:05pm ET
    CBS
    W 28-10
    Sunday
    Sep. 22
    BAL Ravens
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    W 33-28
    Sunday
    Sep. 29
    at DET Lions
    Ford Field
    Detroit, MI
    1:00pm ET
    FOX
    W 34-30
    Sunday
    Oct. 6
    IND Colts
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    8:20pm ET
    NBC
    L 19-13
    Sunday
    Oct. 13
    HOU Texans
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    L 31-24
    Thursday
    Oct. 17
    at DEN Broncos
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    8:20pm ET
    FOX/NFLN
    W 30-6
    Sunday
    Oct. 27
    GB Packers
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    8:20pm ET
    NBC
    L 31-24
    Sunday
    Nov. 3
    MIN Vikings
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    1:00pm ET
    FOX
    W 26-23
    Sunday
    Nov. 10
    at TEN Titans
    Nissan Stadium
    Nashville, TN
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    L 35-32
    Monday
    Nov. 18
    at LA Chargers
    Estadio Azteca
    Mexico City, MX
    8:15pm ET
    ESPN
    W 24-17
    Sunday
    Nov. 24
    .
    BYE
    .
    Sunday
    Dec. 1
    OAK Raiders
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    W 40-9
    Sunday
    Dec. 8
    at NE Patriots
    Gillette Stadium
    Foxborough, MA
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    W 23-16
    Sunday
    Dec. 15
    DEN Broncos
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
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    Sunday
    Dec. 22
    at CHI Bears
    Soldier Field
    Chicago, IL
    8:20pm ET
    NBC
    Buy Tickets
    Sunday
    Dec. 29
    LA Chargers
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
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    Date
    Opponent
    Time/TV
    Tickets
    Monday
    Sep. 9
    at OAK Raiders
    Oakland Col.
    Oakland, CA
    10:20pm ET
    ESPN
    L 24-16
    Sunday
    Sep. 15
    CHI Bears
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    4:25pm ET
    FOX
    L 16-14
    Sunday
    Sep. 22
    at GB Packers
    Lambeau Field
    Green Bay, WI
    1:00pm ET
    FOX
    L 27-16
    Sunday
    Sep. 29
    JAX Jaguars
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    L 26-24
    Sunday
    Oct. 6
    at LA Chargers
    DHS Park,
    Carson, CA
    4:05pm ET
    CBS
    W 20-13
    Sunday
    Oct. 13
    TEN Titans
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    W 16-0
    Thursday
    Oct. 17
    KC Chiefs
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    8:20pm ET
    FOX/NFLN
    L 30-6
    Sunday
    Oct. 27
    at IND Colts
    Lucas Oil Stdm
    Indianapolis, IN
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    L 15-13
    Sunday
    Nov. 3
    CLE Browns
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    W 24-19
    Sunday
    Nov. 10
    .
    BYE
    .
    Sunday
    Nov. 17
    at MIN Vikings
    U.S. Bank Stdm
    Minneapolis, MN
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    L 27-23
    Sunday
    Nov. 24
    at BUF Bills
    New Era Field
    Orchard Park, NY
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    L 20-3
    Sunday
    Dec. 1
    LA Chargers
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    W 23-20
    Sunday
    Dec. 8
    at HOU Texans
    NRG Stadium
    Houston, TX
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    W 38-24
    Sunday
    Dec. 15
    at KC Chiefs
    Arrowhead
    Kansas City, MO
    1:00pm ET
    CBS
    Buy Tickets
    Sunday
    Dec. 22
    DET Lions
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    4:05pm ET
    CBS
    Buy Tickets
    Sunday
    Dec. 29
    OAK Raiders
    Broncos Stadium
    Denver, CO
    4:25pm ET
    CBS
    Buy Tickets
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    Injury Report:


    Patrick Mahomes QB Hand
    Probable
    Damien Williams
    RB Ribs
    Quesionable
    Frank Clark
    DE Shoulder
    Quesionable
    Morris Claiborne
    CB Shoulder
    OUT
    Rashad Fenton
    CB Hamstring
    OUT
    Chad Henne
    QB Ankle
    IR
    Xavier Williams
    DT Ankle
    IR
    Marcus Kemp
    WR Knee
    IR
    Breeland Speaks
    LB Knee
    IR
    Darrel Williams
    RB Hamstring
    IR


    Malik Reed LB Leg
    Probable
    Joseph Jones
    LB Back
    Quesionable
    Noah Fant
    TE Foot
    Quesionable
    Dre'Mont Jones
    DE Ankle
    Quesionable
    Derek Wolfe
    DE Elbow
    OUT for season
    Andy Janovich RB Arm
    OUT for season
    Bradley Chubb LB ACL
    OUT for season
    Ronald Leary G Concussion
    OUT
    Ja'Wuan James
    T Knee
    OUT
    Adam Gotsis
    DE Knee
    OUT
    DeMarcus Walker
    DE Ankle
    OUT
    Juwann Winfree
    WR Hamstring
    OUT
    Joe Flacco
    QB Neck
    IR
    Theo Riddick
    RB Shoulder
    IR
    Bryce Callahan
    CB Foot
    IR
    De'Vante Bausby
    CB Back
    IR
    Nico Falah
    G Achilles
    IR
    Austin Fort
    TE Knee
    IR
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    Depth Charts:

    Chiefs
    OFFENSE

    DEFENSE


    Broncos
    OFFENSE

    DEFENSE

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    More Stats & More Stuff
    Team Leaders:



    Expert's Picks:


    Prisco's Pick:


    The Broncos impressed last week
    beating the Texans on the road
    as Drew Lock had a big game.
    This will be a tougher test for him
    in a tough place for quarterbacks
    to play. The Chiefs defense has
    made big strides in recent weeks
    and that will continue. Chiefs take it.




    Chiefs 27

    Broncos 14
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    Chiefs vs. Broncos: Game Preview
    From Chiefs.com

    Saturday, Dec 14, 2019 08:56 AM
    Matt McMullen
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    It was eight weeks ago that these two old rivals last went head-to-head, with the Kansas City Chiefs emerging victorious over the Denver Broncos behind a strong performance by back-up quarterback Matt Moore – who was in the game for the injured Patrick Mahomes - and a nine-sack performance by the pass-rush.

    The game represented a microcosm of the season for both teams, as the Chiefs went on to secure a fourth-straight division title while the Broncos have just five wins on the year, but things have changed in Denver of late under the guidance of a familiar face.

    Former University of Missouri star and Kansas City native Drew Lock is now the man under center for the Broncos, leading Denver to victories in each of his two starts. Lock, who attended nearby Lee’s Summit High School and was the 2014 All-Metro Player of the Year, has completed 73 percent of his passes with five touchdown strikes and eight passes of at least 25 yards, posing a 111.4 quarterback rating across his two outings.

    And just last week, Lock threw for 309 yards and three scores on the road against the Houston Texans, a team with legitimate playoff hopes, as part of a dominant victory. Lock is the first quarterback in NFL history to top both 300+ yards and 3+ touchdowns in his first-career road start



    Simply put, this isn’t the same Broncos squad that Kansas City faced two months back.

    “I think the first thing when you put on the tape is you realize this kid can throw the ball. He loves to take shots down the field and he likes to show off that arm strength,” said safety Tyrann Mathieu. “It will be a good challenge for us. Obviously, for him playing here and coming back home, he’ll be juiced up and there will be a lot of excitement for him, so we’ll have to meet that energy and match that energy.”



    Mathieu and the Chiefs’ defense are coming off one of their top performances of the season, holding New England to just 16 points as part of an exhilarating victory last week. It continued a trend for Kansas City’s defensive unit, which ranks second in the NFL in points allowed per game (14.0) since Week 11.

    “Our defense is progressively getting better as we've gone on in understanding the scheme and what [Defensive Coordinator Steve Spagnuolo] and the other coaches are asking them to do. They believe in it,” said Head Coach Andy Reid. “It's a tribute to Spags and it's a tribute to the coaches on the defensive side. He has good leaders - Tyrann is one of those guys. He unites people, brings them together, and at the same time, has a unique way of being able to challenge guys – including himself. If he makes a mistake, he's not afraid. 'This isn't going to happen again, I've got it.' That attitude is infectious.”



    It certainly makes for an intriguing matchup on Sunday as Lock attempts to spread the ball around to pass-catchers Courtland Sutton and Noah Fant, who have each had big games with Lock under center. It’s worth mentioning that Fant was limited in practice this week with a hip/foot injury and is listed as questionable heading into the game. His status is certainly something to watch considering the rookie tight end’s 113-yard performance against the Texans last week.

    Sutton, meanwhile, leads Denver in virtually every receiving category with 940 yards and six touchdowns on the season.

    "He's big, physical, has a big catch radius and he can go up and get the ball. I would think, if I was a rookie quarterback, that would make me feel really good as a target,” Spagnuolo said. “We have a lot of respect for Courtland. We played him last time and I feel the same way going in, that hasn't changed."

    Tailback Phillip Lindsay rounds out an impressive group of young playmakers for Denver, teaming up with fellow running back Royce Freeman to create a formidable one-two punch out of the backfield.



    On the other side of the ball, Mahomes and the Chiefs’ offense will face one of the better defenses in the NFL. Interestingly enough, the only time Denver has yielded more than 30 points this season was back in Week 7 against none other than Kansas City. In fact, the Broncos’ defense, which has featured the likes of linebacker Von Miller and cornerback Chris Harris Jr. for years, has surrendered 30+ points just nine times since 2016, with four of those occurrences coming against the Chiefs.

    Those offensive performances have helped Kansas City string together eight-straight victories over Denver – the Chiefs’ longest winning streak vs. the Broncos in the Super Bowl Era – and it’s something they’ll look to continue on Sunday.

    One of the players responsible for a sizable portion of that production over the years has been tight end Travis Kelce - averaging just under 100 yards receiving per game over his last six outings against Denver – and the All-Pro tight end has a shot at some history this go-around.

    With just 11 yards through the air, Kelce will tally a fourth-straight 1,000-yard season and become the first tight end in the history of the NFL to do so. It’s an astonishing feat, but one that isn’t a surprise to Mahomes.

    “I think the biggest thing with Travis is he does all these things, but the [greatest thing about him] is the type of person that he is,” Mahomes said. “He’s trying to help everyone else out to get open and when his number is called, he just makes the play and does whatever he can to move the chains or score the touchdown and help the team. He’s just a great person and, obviously, a great player.”



    Mahomes will also have wide receivers Mecole Hardman - who is on the cusp of breaking the franchise-record for receiving touchdowns by a rookie – Sammy Watkins, Demarcus Robinson and the rest of the offensive arsenal available at his disposal on Sunday as Kansas City aims to win a fourth-straight game and notch their 26th victory in their last 29 divisional games.

    “For us, it’s about going out there, keep building and keep getting better each week,” Mahomes said. “We understand now that with how their quarterback is playing, they’re playing energized, so we’re excited for a great opportunity against a great opponent at Arrowhead.”
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    Game Preview from ESPN.com

    Chiefs-Broncos Preview

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Drew Lock grew up about 15 miles from Arrowhead Stadium in suburban Kansas City, and his family has bled the red and gold of the Kansas City Chiefs for just about as long as the young quarterback can remember.

    They'll be trading in their usual colors for orange and blue on Sunday.

    Lock will attempt to continue his dazzling rookie run when he leads the suddenly hot Denver Broncos into the stadium where he once dreamed of playing. His task? Take down the Chiefs, who are coming off a victory in New England that sealed their fourth consecutive AFC West title.

    "You think about it," Lock said, "that's my home. I've been there a thousand times. Nothing new about it."

    Except that he'll be the visitor in one of the NFL's hostile environments.

    Making it an even more intriguing homecoming, Lock's father Andy played for Chiefs coach Andy Reid when they were both at the University of Missouri. Andy Lock was good enough to warrant some NFL attention before a leg injury near the end of his senior season caused the offensive lineman to go undrafted. He wound up signing with the New York Giants as a free agent, but he never made his mark in the NFL -- he wound up becoming a successful restaurateur.

    "In his heart he was really a quarterback. I used to joke with him about that," Reid said with a grin.

    Well, his kid has turned into a heck of a quarterback.

    Drew Lock became the first NFL rookie to throw for 300 yards and three touchdowns in his first road start when he led the Broncos (5-8) to a surprising win over the Texans last weekend. His total of 309 yards was third-best by a rookie in franchise history, giving Denver fans some hope that the organization has at long last found a franchise quarterback.

    He's the seventh quarterback to start a game for the Broncos since midway through the 2017 season.

    "I don't put ceilings or floors on guys. They can go as high as they want, hopefully not too low," Broncos coach Vic Fangio said. "I think overall he's had a good two-week start to his career."

    The trick now is to carry it into their game against the Chiefs (9-4), who have their own superstar quarterback in Patrick Mahomes and a rapidly improving defense that caused Tom Brady and the Patriots all kinds of trouble.

    The task facing Lock is daunting: The Broncos have won just three of the 17 games they have played at Arrowhead Stadium in December. John Elway won one of those games in seven tries, and a long list of other quarterbacks have struggled with the raucous crowd and often-ugly weather -- snow showers are in the forecast for Sunday with temps in the 20s.

    "I think it was good that we got (Lock) his first start at home so when he got his first start on the road it wasn't his overall first start," Fangio said. "We have to go play another really good team this week. He's going to have to deal with the hometown stuff that you guys and they will want to write about. I feel good where he's at."

    As the Broncos visit the Chiefs, here are the things to know:

    FRANK'S MISFORTUNE

    Chiefs defensive end Frank Clark has been dealing with a stomach situation the last couple of weeks that the team thought at first was just a virus. He was well enough to play against the Patriots but it flared up again, so the team sought an expert to figure out what is going on. If he's sidelined down the stretch, it would mean the Chiefs lose their best chance of consistent quarterback pressure at a crucial juncture of the season.

    SPEAKING OF THE PASS RUSH

    The Chiefs finally showed progress under new coordinator Steve Spagnuolo during a 30-6 rout of Denver in Week 7, when their defense had nine sacks and held the Broncos to just 71 yards rushing. The Broncos need to give Lock more time than they afforded Joe Flacco if they have any hope of moving the ball against Kansas City.

    A DIFFERENT KIND OF RUSH

    The Chiefs hope to have Damien Williams back from a rib injury this week. He will join a running back corps that has been leaning on veteran LeSean McCoy, rookie Darwin Thompson and journeyman Spencer Ware since losing Darrel Williams to a season-ending injury. None of them have been particularly effective on the ground.

    AIRING IT OUT

    The biggest bright spot for the Broncos -- other than Lock's emergence -- has been the play of wide receiver Courtland Sutton, who is 10th in the NFL in yards-per-catch and is closing on 1,000 yards. Sutton has put up those numbers while catching passes from Lock, Flacco and Brandon Allen -- not exactly the elite of the elite.

    WHAT'S AT STAKE

    The Broncos are mathematically still alive in the playoff chase, though realistically they are trying to build some momentum for next season. And while the Chiefs have wrapped up their playoffs spot with a division title, they still harbor hopes of climbing past the Patriots to secure a first-round postseason bye.
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