The Kansas City Chiefs have to be feeling good to be back at home these days. They've been on the road for consecutive weeks and came away with victories in both games. Overall, they've won four in a row after a season-opening loss to the Detroit Lions—a game that honestly should have still belonged to them despite the comedy of errors required for the Lions to even win it.
With that in mind, the Chiefs are now back at home with a chance to perform in front of their fans as the team alone in first place in the AFC. What makes things even juicier is the opponent scheduled is the Denver Broncos, the same team that hasn't defeated the Chiefs since Brad Childress was an assistant coach in K.C.
The Chiefs have won every game since 2015 against Denver and this year's iteration of the Broncos are 1-4 and headed for another early draft pick. That's not what the Broncos pictured when they ponied up the draft assets to hire new head coach Sean Payton, but then again, Denver's decision-makers have been making questionable calls for quite some time now.
If this sounds like we're describing a one-sided affair, we are, but Chiefs Kingdom is still here for it even if it becomes boring for other fan bases. And it's all we've got for primetime on this Thursday Night Football game.
How to watch Broncos vs Chiefs
When: Thursday, October 12
Time: 7:15 p.m. C.T.
Where: Arrowhead Stadium
Channel: Amazon Prime