|11-24-2012, 02:22 PM||#1|
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Official Denver Broncos @ Kansas City Chiefs Game Thread 11.25.2012
Denver Broncos (7-3)
Kansas City Chiefs (1-9)
Game Time: 11:00 AM Mountain Time
Location: Arrowhead Stadium | Kansas City, MO
Forecast at Kickoff: 50°
TV Broadcast: CBS | Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf (thanks to the crappy chiefs)
Radio broadcast: 850 KOA
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Lets just cut to the chase. The Kansas City Chiefs suck and are the worst team in football. A team many "experts" predicted would be the surprise of the division....... idiots.
This will be the 104th meeting between the two teams. Kansas City holds the advantage with a 56-47-0 record, I just threw up in my mouth. The last time these two teams met and offensive explosion of awesome broke out in the final game of the season. When the dust cleared the final score was 7-3 Chiefs and the Broncos miraculously backed into the playoffs. We do not need to get into the details further than that. Everyone has beat that mullet to death.
Heading into this game, the Broncos have scored at least 30 points for 5 straight games. The longest streak in franchise history.
QB Peyton Manning is tied with Elway for the second most wins by a starting quarterback in NFL history.
WR Brandon Stokley is just the 11th player in NFL history to post 30 receptions and five touchdowns after entering a season aged 36 or older.
LB Von Miller has totaled the most tackles for a loss (23) in the NFL this season. He is ranked second in the league with 13 sacks.
DE Elvis Dumervil has forced six fumbles, the most by a Bronco in a single season since Dennis Smith in 1985.
K Matt Prater is an NFL best in the fourth quarter or overtime, amassing a stunning 35-of-36 made kicks. He is 7-7 in this current season.
P Britton Colquitt ranks second in the NFL with a 43.7 net punting average. He has a league low 3.7 yards per punt return this season. Talk about a turnaround in special teams these past two years!
What to Watch For
CB Champ Bailey needs one interception to tie Tyrone Braxton for fourth most in Franchise History, with 34.
WR Eric Decker With his 8 TD's on the season he only needs one more receiving touchdown to set a career high.
DE Elvis Dumervil needs only one forced fumble to pass Dennis Smith for the most by a Bronco in a single season. Note: this stat has only been tracked since 1984.
QB Peyton Manning needs 25 passing yards to pass Dan Marino for the second most 3,000 yard passing seasons in NFL history. He only needs one passing touchdown to represent his 14th season with 25 or more passing TDs, extending his current record. With 31 more completions he will also pass Dan Marion for the second most in NFL history.
LB Von Miller needs four more sacks to tie Elvis Dumervil for the most sacks in a single season in Franchise History
WR Demaryius Thomas needs 67 more receiving yards to post his first career 1,000 yard season and the 31st 1,000 yard receiving campaign in team history.
Robert Ayers DE | Groin | Probable
Omar Bolden CB | Concussion | Questionable
Virgil Green TE | Hamstring | Probable
Ronnie Hillman RB | Hamstring | Probable
Chis Kuper | Ankle | Probable
Knowshon Moreno RB | Groin | Probable
Tracy Porter CB | Illness | Probable
Demaryius Thomas WR | Knee | Probable
Derek Wolfe DE | Quadriceps | Probable
Branden Albert T | Back | Doubtful
Jon Asamoah OL | Thumb | Questionable
Jon Baldwin WR | Head/Neck | Probable
Dwayne Bowe WR | Neck/Back | Probable
Ryan Lilja G | Knee | Questionable
Steve Maneri | TE | Ankle | Probable
Tony Moeaki TE | Shoulder/Back | Probable
CB Tracy Porter on his status:
"I finally made the plane. Now we'll see if I make the field."
DE Elvis Dumervil on needing only one more forced fumble to break the franchise record set in 1985:
"For real? That was when I was 1 year old."
Head Coach John Fox on Von Miller's abilities:
"Some people do it with length, with their reach. Some people do it with leverage - great hands and great leverage. Some guys do it with speed. Von does it with sheer everything."
QB Peyton Manning on Thanksgiving and preparing for the game:
"I think it's important that a good football team can still have a good practice on a holiday situation like this, but still realizes what a special day it is to be with your family and friends and thankful for our many blessings."
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