The most Patrick Mahomes TD of all time pic.twitter.com/XBhOmOWNvC
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Potential milestones for Travis Kelce today: -With 26 yards he becomes the 5th TE in NFL history with 10,000 -With 32 yards he reaches 1,000 in a season for the 7th time, extending his own record for a TE -With 87 yards he passes Shannon Sharpe for 4th most yards by a TE ever pic.twitter.com/grZAy4q43z
NFL Week 14 is nearly a wrap, and Jerick McKinnon and Donovan Peoples-Jones stand out as waiver wire targets ahead of Week 15.
Isiah Pacheco runs like his only purpose in life is to hurt DBs.
Harrison Butker makes the 35-yard field goal attempt to give us the early lead! pic.twitter.com/0OadeSk1rQ
I mean, that dude ran circles in the backfield, avoided a few would-be tacklers, then stepped up and fired a 4-yard TD pass to JuJu Smith-Schuster. Mahomes, man. Chiefs 34, Broncos 21.
Willie Gay just hit for the cycle in one play — pressured the quarterback, tripped the pass before making the interception, stiff-armed the quarterback into the turf & scored his first-career touchdown.
Here are our inactives for today's matchup against the Broncos: QB Shane Buechele WR Kadarius Toney DE Joshua Kaindoh T Geron Christian T Darian Kinnard DE Malik Herring
Oh, and before I forget (and I'll likely try to write about it this week), Chris Jones made another argument for why he should be in the DPOY conversation tonight.
The underrated part of that TD will be how nimble Trey Smith was at avoiding his QB so he had a throwing lane. #Chiefs pic.twitter.com/U7V9qghNeO
That play was more spectacular than either of the Chiefs' two offensive TDs. Third straight year for the Chiefs with a defensive TD in Denver. Dan Sorensen in '20, Nick Bolton in '21 and Willie Gay in '22.
Ronald Jones is also wondering about his touches. twitter.com/ZacharyMaggart…
Most 10 win seasons by a head coach in NFL history Bill Belichick 20 Don Shula 20 Andy Reid 17 Tom Landry 16 pic.twitter.com/RL52uDKB3L
A really nice blitz from Juan Thornhilll & excellent coverage from Trent McDuffie to take away the deep shot.
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Halftime: Chiefs 27, Broncos 14. Tommy Townsend has yet to punt. What does everyone think?
Let's enjoy the halftime fun, Brett. And yes, Chad Henne was about another series or two away from playing the entire fourth quarter. twitter.com/bquadzi/status…
Third-and-1 and Mahomes hands it to the fullback, Michael Burton. Broncos read it well and force the punt.
Going to be a few interesting Steve Spagnuolo conversations on Kansas City radio this week.
It turns out Jessie Bates wasn’t the only Cincinnati Bengals player fined for actions during the win over the Kansas City Chiefs.
The NFL hit Ja’Marr Chase with a $15,914 fine for unsportsmanlike conduct after he earned a flag for taunting in the face of Chiefs defender Justin Reid.
Defensive tackle DJ Reader also got a letter from the NFL for $10,609 for the same issue after officials hit him with a personal foul against the Chiefs for getting involved in a scuffle.
As everyone already knows, Bates got hit with a massive fine for his alleged fake injury that caused a stoppage
That's sack No. 6 for the Chiefs this game. Back to back plays with Chiefs' sacks. First by LB Darius Harris, followed by DE Frank Clark.
Official scorer has Darius Harris splitting the sack with Brandon Williams, who is seeing his first action in a Chiefs uniform. twitter.com/HerbieTeope/st…
Chiefs linebacker Willer Gay has caught 11% of Russell Wilson's touchdown passes this year.
Weird to say this about a loss, but this was the most fun game of the year. Broncos showed plenty of verve in rallying from 27-0 down. Wilson scrambled more effectively than he has all season, averaging 14.3 yards per carry. Jerry Jeudy was clutch. Defense picked off Mahomes 3x.
Heck of an individual effort by Greg Dulcich, but he finishes just short of the first-down marker. The red-hot Broncos offense finally has to punt.
At half, Russell Wilson is the Broncos' leading rusher and it isn't even close. Russ has 43 rushing yards, Latavius Murray has 14.
Looking to snap a four-game losing streak, the Broncos (3-9) are hosting AFC West rival Kansas City on Sunday, a team that has beaten them 13 times in a row. Stick here for live updates and analysis as Denver takes on the Chiefs at Empower Field at Mile High.
Inactives (12:38 p.m.): Broncos inactives today include four injured players in LG Dalton Risner, WR Courtland Sutton, TE Andrew Beck and LB Dakota Allen. DL Eyioma Uwazurike was added to the injury report yesterday with an illness and is inactive, too. The healthy scratches: CB Michael Ojemudia and DL Elijah Garcia, who was just signed off the Rams’ practice squad this week
Josey Jewell with the INT. Broncos defense ran to the corner of the end zone and posed down 27-0.
Nathaniel Hackett deciding to punt instead of try a 60-yard FG. It's a touchback. Net of 23 yards...
Staring into Justin Simmons' soul while he no looks a touchdown. twitter.com/Chiefs/status/…
Broncos backup QB Brett Rypien after game on Wilson/ Wilson injury: "(He was) putting his body on the line, man. We can say all we want, we're 3-9, they're 9-3 and the guy is out there battling his ass off, trying to win the game. That to me is somebody I want to follow.''
Albert Okwuegbunam IS active and WILL play today. It's the first time he'll play since Week 5.
Brett Rypien just handed off to 328-pound NT Mike Purcell. There's a sentence i didn't expect to type today.
Mike Boone is questionable to return with an ankle injury, per the Broncos.
Damarri Mathis has had a HECK of a game today. Been playing better and better over the last few weeks. Broncos CB2 spot looks like it's in good hands for a while with him.
"If there is anything I can take away from this game is that I know our team won't give up and we'll keep fighting until the end." — Jonathon Cooper on the Broncos close loss to the Chiefs
3.65 seconds of hang time for Corliss Waitman on that punt. Net of 39 yards. Gross of 43 yards. The Broncos desperately needed the type of blast that KC has gotten from Townsend today, and they didn't get it.
Kendall Hinton suffered a game-ending hamstring injury, Hackett announced
With Dalton Risner out against the Chiefs, Netane Muti could get his first action of the season on Sunday.
Dre'Mont Jones is on the sideline practicing getting off the line. Potentially encouraging.
Brett Rypien JUSTTTT off with Brandon Johnson for what would have been a massive play. Instead it's punt time.
A false start by Eric Tomlinson negates a handoff to MIKE PURCELL
A GOOD return from the Broncos! Montrell Washington brings it to the 35-yard line.
K'Waun Williams on the blitz forces Mahomes to scramble and throw an incompletion.
Broncos alternating their left guards by possession in the third quarter: Quinn Bailey and Netane Muti.
Imagine we'll see either Tom Compton or Netane Muti at left guard on the next series.
Luke Wattenberg is lining up with first-team offense in Risner's place at left guard in pregame warmups. Looks like 5th-round rookie in line for first NFL start. #9sports
|KC||1ST||11:00||Harrison Butker kicked a 35-yard field goal||3||0|
|KC||1ST||2:57||Harrison Butker kicked a 45-yard field goal||6||0|
|KC||2ND||14:28||Patrick Mahomes passed to Jerick McKinnon to the right for 56 yard touchdown||13||0|
|KC||2ND||7:23||Patrick Mahomes passed to Jerick McKinnon to the right for 10 yard touchdown||20||0|
|KC||2ND||4:43||Russell Wilson pass intercepted down the middle. Willie Gay intercepted Russell Wilson for 47 yard touchdown||27||0|
|DEN||2ND||1:38||Russell Wilson passed to Jerry Jeudy to the left for 18 yard touchdown||27||7|
|DEN||2ND||0:14||Russell Wilson passed to Jerry Jeudy to the right for 5 yard touchdown||27||14|
|DEN||3RD||13:16||Russell Wilson passed to Marlon Mack to the right for 66 yard touchdown||27||21|
|KC||3RD||0:45||Patrick Mahomes passed to JuJu Smith-Schuster down the middle for 4 yard touchdown||34||21|
|DEN||4TH||10:54||Brett Rypien passed to Jerry Jeudy down the middle for 7 yard touchdown||34||28|
|Lloyd Cushenberry III||C||Groin||OUT|
|Aaron Patrick||OLB||Knee (acl)||OUT|