Kansas City (2-2) laid a thorough 41-14 beatdown on the visiting Patriots (2-2) on Monday night.
Alex Smith threw three touchdown passes, two of them to Jamaal Charles, who added another on the ground.
Is there anything harder for a Broncos fan than to root for the Chiefs? Big picture, that's probably what we should all be doing.
Go Chiefs, we guess.
The Broncos will have weakside linebacker Danny Trevathan back in the starting lineup for Sunday's game against the unbeaten Cardinals.
Denver's leading tackler in 2013, Trevathan suffered a fracture below his knee during training camp.
With their seemingly annual early season tease over, the Bills have turned their offense over to Kyle Orton.
Coach Doug Marrone benched 2013 first-rounder E.J. Manuel after the team's second straight loss.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! It was a mostly dull Sunday in the NFL, with 7 of the 11 games decided by 13 or more points (the Thursday game makes 8 of 12).
Of the eight, only San Diego (33) scored fewer than 38 points, with four of them tallying that very number.
The night game was perhaps the most surprising, with Dallas (3-1) mauling New Orleans (1-3) to the tune of 38-17.
The Chargers (3-1) pulled a half-game ahead of the idle Broncos (2-1) with a 33-14 thrashing of the visiting Jaguars (0-4).
Philip Rivers threw for 377 yards and three touchdowns, including two to former friend Eddie Royal.
Rapid Reaction: Chicago Bears
Stock watch: Jay Cutler’s stock plummets here due to a pair of interceptions that led to Green Bay touchdowns. During his time as a Bear going back to 2009, Cutler has never (in 10 attempts) finished a game against the Packers without committing a turnover. Perhaps that’s why he’s won only one contest against Chicago’s main NFC North rival. In Chicago, beating the Packers is just as important to the fan base and ownership as advancing to the playoffs, and Cutler will never do that if he can’t stop committing costly turnovers.
This stuff never gets old.
John Fox may drive us batty with his fourth-down decisions, but at least he's not Rex Ryan.
Down seven points to Detroit with under four minutes remaining, facing a fourth-and-two with two timeouts in hand, Ryan opted to punt.
Enjoy the games, and Go Jacksonville (at San Diego)!