As if the Chiefs need any more reasons to want to dismantle the Denver Broncos, revenge will be on their mind. As will proving their worth following the loss to the previously winless Oakland Raiders.
It started out rough and tough, like any classic AFC West matchup is bound to play out. But the tide turned from the Oakland Raiders to the Denver Broncos during one key play in the second quarter and Denver dominated from that point forward.
For the Broncos, only one man has been listed as “out” this weekend, while the rest of the team is relatively healthy. In Oakland, the story is a bit different, where four men will sit out of the AFC West rivalry game.
While the Denver Broncos are in a tie atop the AFC West division, the Oakland Raiders are once again in the basement. Despite their trying, the Raiders can’t find a way to win this season.
Brady – Manning 16 is shaping up to be another great game. The two best quarterbacks of this generation will go head-to-head in New England this Sunday and the Brady has his Patriots ready for the Broncos.
Denver Broncos fans sought prime tailgating spots early Thursday morning at Sports Authority Field at Mile High before the team’s evening showdown with the San Diego Chargers.
Everything was going swimmingly in San Diego, as the Chargers had run off five straight victories. That was until the Chiefs beat them Sunday, setting up for a wild AFC West duel in the Mile High City this Thursday night.
In a game that Peyton Manning broke Brett Favre’s record for the most touchdown passes in NFL history, one player who also had a notable game was wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders, who caught his first touchdown of the season.
The Denver Broncos will now go 13 straight weeks without a break after their early bye week. They are 2-1 and currently second place in the AFC West.
The Denver Broncos may have been off this Sunday, but two of their divisional rivals played. Here’s how the San Diego Chargers won and the Oakland Raiders were blown out of London.