The Denver Broncos deserve some credit coming into Week 8. Two weeks ago, they faced the Kansas City Chiefs and played tougher than anyone expected. Ultimately the Chiefs won by double digits, but Denver's defense held K.C. to only 19 total points and there were moral victories for Denver in that game to be sure.
Two weeks later, the Broncos are fresh off of a 19-17 win over the Green Bay Packers and are hoping to feel the momentum of consecutive wins for the first time since Sean Payton took over as head coach. Can they keep the Chiefs from making the season sweep once again (something they've done every year for the last seven years)?
Let's take a look at everything you need to know to prepare you for Week 8.
Chiefs vs Broncos game time
The Chiefs have owned the late Sunday afternoon slot in recent weeks, and for the third week in a row, K.C will play there again on Sunday, October 29. The Chiefs and Broncos are scheduled to take the field at 3:25 p.m. C.T. for kickoff.
Chiefs vs Broncos location
The Broncos visited Arrowhead Stadium just two weeks ago, so now it's time for the Chiefs to return the favor with their annual trip to Empower Field at Mile High Stadium.
Chiefs vs Broncos odds
According to our friends at Draft Kings, the Chiefs will open the week as 8.5-point favorites over the Broncos, a hefty total considering the teams are playing at Denver. Then again, the reality is that the Broncos haven't beaten Kansas City since Obama was in office and they just lost at Kansas City by 11 points.
How to watch or stream Chiefs vs Broncos
If you want to watch the Chiefs visit the Broncos on television, you can do so via CBS or the Paramount+ app. For those looking for ways to stream, our friends at FUBO have it covered. You can also check out YouTube for NFL Sunday Ticket or NFL+ for further streaming options.
Series history for Chiefs vs Broncos
The Chiefs hold a commanding lead in the all-time series history between the franchises with a 72-55 overall record. That includes a 0-1 showing in the postseason as well. The Chiefs have 16 consecutive wins against Denver, a streak going back to the 2015 season, and one that proves the series was just about even before K.C. reeled off the victories that it has in recent years.