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.
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.
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.
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
Enjoy the games, and Go Pack, Go (versus New England)!
According to Jason La Canfora, Adam Gase would be among the top choices to replace Jim Harbaugh, should the Niners part ways with him.
There's been little talk of Gase as a head coaching candidate of late, but that chatter figures to heat up over the next few months, unless the Broncos flame out.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! It's been suggested since his reinstatement that Ray Rice is too toxic to be signed anytime soon.
But as always, talent and need trump all other issues in the NFL, and according to Adam Schefter, at least four teams have expressed interest in Rice.
Indy had been floated as Rice's likeliest destination, but the Colts have apparently backed off any possible pursuit of the former Raven.
Good Morning, Broncos fans! It sure was nice to go a few weeks without having to think about the incompetence of Roger Goodell, wasn't it?
Well, the latest chapter of the Ray Rice story ensures that Goodell and his bumbling will remain at the forefront for some time to come.
Convenient for the NFL that news of Rice's arbitration win slipped out on a Friday afternoon, and on Black Friday to boot.
Brandon Marshall was cleared through the league's concussion protocol, and is expected to start on Sunday at Arrowhead.
Julius Thomas and Aqib Talib were limited participants on Friday and are listed as questionable.
An arbitrator overturned the indefinite suspension of domestic abuser and former Ravens running back Ray Rice, who is now free to sign with any team.
In her ruling, former U.S. District Court Judge Barbara S. Jones concluded that Rice had not lied to or misled NFL officials during his disciplinary hearing: