We’ve got you covered with all the analysis and info you need for Chiefs vs. Broncos.
The first of two scheduled contests against the Denver Broncos are up on Sunday for the Kansas City Chiefs—this one on the road. The Chiefs will take the field at Mile High with snow in the forecast and a chilling sub-freezing temperature on the thermometer, which means the elements are in play for the second consecutive week after a rainy win over the Buffalo Bills.
For the Chiefs, they are doing well on their hopeful journey back to the Super Bowl at 5-1, sitting atop the AFC West. The team has already put away a few other contenders such as the Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, and New England Patriots. Now they hope to revisit the dominance displayed over their divisional rivals, the Denver Broncos, this week as well.
Last year, the Chiefs held the Broncos to a scant 9 points in two games. This year, however, the Broncos have a more promising young roster with Vic Fangio back in his second season. Can Drew Lock fare better this time around? Can the Broncos even keep step with the Chiefs without Von Miller on defense and Courtland Sutton on offense?
The good news for Denver is that they put away the Pats as well last week and they get several key players back from injury for this game, too. The Chiefs will unveil their newest offensive weapon in Le’Veon Bell, so there’s plenty of reasons to watch close, even if this seems a mismatch to the casual observer.
Here’s all the links you need to catch up for pre-game reading:
- Writer predictions for Week 7
- Key storylines to watch for Chiefs-Broncos
- Inactive players for Week 7
- Q&A with a Broncos expert
- Betting odds, advice for Week 7
- A.J. Bouye, Noah Fant back for Broncos
- AA Podcast: Chiefs-Broncos preview
- Chiefs thin at defensive line in Week 7
HOW TO CATCH THE GAME:
Who: Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos
When: Sunday, October 25 at 3:25 p.m. C.T.
Where: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, Colorado
Weather: Snow, 17°
Injuries: Final reports
TV: FOX/NFL Network
TV Announcers: Kevin Harlan, Jay Feely, Melanie Collins
Radio: 106.5 WDAF (FM)
Radio Announcers: Mitch Holthus, Danan Hughes, Josh Klingler
Series History: Chiefs lead 65-54
Last Meeting: Chiefs won 23-3 (Dec. 2019)