By The Numbers: How The Broncos Stack Up Against The Chiefs
Well, at LEAST the Broncos won't have to resort to a practice squad wide receiver to play quarterback this week. After last week's debacle with ALL of the quarterbacks needing to sit out due to Covid contact tracing, the (4-7) Denver Broncos look to get back on track against the defending world champion (10-1) Kansas City Chiefs in primetime on Sunday Night Football at Arrowhead Stadium.
The GOOD news: very few fans will be allowed into one of the loudest stadiums in the NFL, the BAD news: the Chiefs will STILL be showing up to play football. The first match up between these two teams this season resulted in a 43-16 loss at Empower Field as the Chiefs scored touchdowns on a kickoff return AND a fumble return. If the Broncos want to even smell a chance to win this game, they have to play their best game of the year and be mistake free.
The Broncos have lost their last 10 matchups vs Kansas City with their last win coming in 2015 when a guy by the name of Peyton Manning was playing quarterback.
By the Numbers: Broncos vs Chiefs
Denver Broncos Starting Quarterbacks Since Peyton Manning