That’s Good Broncos: Broncos @ Chiefs

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Josh McDaniels as a candidate to coach Tim Tebow’s alma mater is just perfect

Good Morning, Broncos fans! Miami (7-5) rebounded from its Week 12 loss at Denver with a 16-13 comeback win over the LOLJets (2-10) on Monday night.

The Dolphins scored 10 fourth-quarter points and sealed the victory with a last-minute interception of Geno Smith, who attempted just 13 passes all game, calling to mind You Know Who.

Miami is one of six AFC teams with seven wins, and the only one currently in position to make the playoffs.

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Open Thread: Dolphins @ Jets

PFFESPN, and CBS preview the matchup. Enjoy the game!

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J.J. Watt has three more touchdown catches than the Chiefs’ WR corps

Good Morning, Broncos fans! Let's open with a few more notes on my new pet peeve: Connor Barth's woefully short kickoffs!

First, though, I should make clear that there is (of course) value in Barth being a more reliable placekicker than Brandon McManus has shown to this point.

In addition to points on the scoreboard, as Demaryius Thomas and Manny Ramirez showed last week, missed field goals can lead to plenty of frustrated teammates.

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First taste of Connor Barth kicking off? As expected, not good

Yes, Connor Barth made five field goals against Kansas City on Sunday night, but as The Wolf says...

After all, those five field goals were from 22, 24, 30, 33, and 37 yards. Yes, Brandon McManus missed a 33-yarder last week, but none of his other misses came on short kicks.

If you want to assume that McManus would have missed enough of those attempts to cost Denver the game, you're certainly entitled. Of course, he would have had to have missed *all of them*, so there's that.

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Gut Reaction: Week 13 - Broncos @ Chiefs

Peyton Manning completed half his passes, ended the game with a QB rating of 85.3, and turned the ball over once.

The Broncos won going away.

That’s not how they usually hunt up in Dove Valley. Big game hunting usually requires high caliber weaponry in the form of Manning’s right arm and high-precision scoping in the form of Manning’s mind.

Sometimes, though, you’ve got to go primitive. You’ve got to do things with your bare hands.

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Final Score: Broncos 29, Chiefs 16 (Updated)

After sprinting out to a 17-0 first half lead, the Broncos (9-3) crawled the rest of the way to a 29-16 win (Game Book) over Kansas CIty (7-5) on Sunday night.

Denver matched New England for the best record in the AFC and remained a game ahead of San Diego in the AFCW.

Along with the Broncos and Pats, NFC division leaders Philly, Green Bay, and Arizona are also 9-3.

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Schefter: Raiders may pursue trade for Jim Harbaugh

According to Adam Schefter, the Raiders and LOLJets would be interested in a potential trade for 49ers head coach Jim Harbaugh.

Oakland needs all the help it can get, as evidenced by their 52-0 whitewashing by the Rams on Sunday.

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Packers give Broncos chance to match Patriots’ record

The Broncos have a chance to pull even with the Patriots for the AFC's best record at 9-3 with a win over KC tonight, thanks to Green Bay's 26-21 win over New England.

Aaron Rodgers and Tom Brady each threw two touchdowns against no turnovers in their first ever meeting. The Packers won despite going 0-4 in the red zone, instead settling for four short field goals from Mason Crosby.

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Open Thread: Broncos @ Chiefs

Inactives: Broncos - Aqib Talib, Julius Thomas, Kayvon Webster, Montee Ball, Ronnie Hillman, Chris Clark, Michael Schofield

Chiefs - WR Junior Hemingway, DL Nick Williams, TE Phillip Supernaw, OL Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, C Eric Kush, CB Jarnell Fleming, QB Aaron Murray

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