Broncos vs. Chiefs, Week 15: How to watch, start time, live stream, TV info and more
By Matt Conner
The Denver Broncos are hoping to keep their very, very slim playoff hopes alive with a win over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
At this point, it would take the wildest of miracles for the Denver Broncos to make a playoff run in 2019. Every current contender would have to lose out and the Broncos would have to run the table over the next three weeks—a series of events that statisticians give a less than one percent chance of happening. Still, in the name of competition, the Broncos are alive and confident against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday.
For Week 15, the Chiefs have a postseason position in the bag, but they are also holding onto hopes that the New England Patriots or Baltimore Ravens might slip and fall down the standings enough to give them home-field advantage (and a key first-round bye). To do that, defeating the Broncos is a must to keep pace with the top two seeds in the AFC.
So while you might not think there’s a lot to play for between two teams in opposite places in the standings, Arrowhead should see a competitive game between a Chiefs team on fire and an energized Broncos roster enjoying the play of rookie quarterback Drew Lock.
Here’s everything you need to know for Sunday afternoon’s AFC West matchup.
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Here’s everything you need to know to watch and enjoy the Broncos vs. Chiefs.
DENVER BRONCOS v. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
When: 12:00 p.m. C.T., Sunday, December 15
Where: Arrowhead Stadium
TV Announcers: Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts, Evan Washburn
Live Stream: FuboTV (7-day trial available), Amazon Prime, Chiefs official site (for local fans), Chiefs official app (download here) or NFL Game Pass
Radio: 101.1 FM
Radio Announcers: Mitch Holthus, Kendall Gammon, BJ Kissel
Odds: Chiefs by 10 (Action Network)
Weather: 26 degrees, cloudy
Series History: Chiefs lead all-time series 64-55
Last Meeting: Oct. 17, 2018; Chiefs won 30-6