Kansas City Chiefs
Week 10 of the 2014 NFL regular season has a lot of big games on the schedule and that includes two big AFC contests that include match-ups between potential playoff teams. Steve Tasker of CBS Sports took some time to discuss the “Thursday Night Football” game between the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals and then a Sunday match-up between the Buffalo Bills and Kansas City Chiefs.
From players to referees to fans, everyone is getting in on the Week 9 action…but maybe not in the way they imagined. Here’s 5 people who were in the right (or wrong) place at the right time…
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.
We all knew going to Seattle would be a tough test for the Denver Broncos, one of many on a 2014 schedule that is the 2nd toughest in the NFL, based on their opponents’ records in 2013.
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.
Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris believes that even though it’s only the third week of the season, the next game against the Super Bowl champions is more important than any other right now and called it a “statement game.”
Peyton Manning didn’t take a single second-half snap in the preseason, and he’s barely breaking a sweat after halftime in the regular season.
The Denver Broncos have their issues on third down. Goal-line stands are another matter altogether.
For a second straight game, the Denver Broncos started hot and finished ice cold. They were able to hold onto their first divisional win over the Kansas City Chiefs, but the grades aren’t pretty.
In a year where the Denver Broncos had three receivers with 10 or more touchdowns last season, it seems Peyton Manning is picking up right where he left off by spreading the ball around again.