From Knowshon to ADP, or how do we focus on football?

It was a dramatic Sunday for a trio of former Denver offensive stars.

Knowshon Moreno, who ran over the Patriots in helping the Dolphins to a huge Week 1 upset, suffered a dislocated elbow at Buffalo yesterday.

The injury occurred on Knowshon's first carry and only of the game, and will reportedly keep him out of four games.

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Reports: Von Miller has groin injury, Lerentee McCray will undergo knee MRI

According to Jeff Legwold, linebacker Lerentee McCray will undergo an MRI for a right knee injury that may cost him "some time," whatever that means.

Von Miller sat out the Chiefs' final drive with a groin injury, and will be evaluated on Monday.

Gut Reaction: Week 2 - Broncos vs Chiefs

It’s one thing to say you want to keep Peyton Manning off the field and control the clock.

It’s an entirely different thing to actually get it done.

Give the Chiefs credit. They barely gave the Broncos the ball in the second half, and they converted a ton of long third downs.

It got so bad, John Fox later joked his defense was operating as a “ball-control” defense.

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Chargers dominate Seahawks, clock in 30-21 shocker

San Diego (1-1) remained a game behind Denver in unlikely fashion, thumping the visiting Seahawks 30-21.

Philip Rivers threw three touchdown passes to Antonio Gates, and the Chargers dominated possession by holding the ball for 42:15.

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Final Score: Broncos 24, Chiefs 17

For the second straight week, the Broncos (2-0) jumped out to a big lead and held on for a narrow seven-point victory.

A comfortable 21-10 halftime lead became a tight 24-17 result (Gamebook) which came down to the final seconds and an incomplete pass by Alex Smith.

Peyton Manning was 21/26 for 242 yards and three touchdowns.

Kansas City (0-2) finished with more first downs (28-19) and total yards (380-325), and dominated the time of possession (36:14-23:46).

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Open Thread: Broncos vs Chiefs

Inactives: Broncos - Cody Latimer, David Bruton, Tony Carter, Ben Garland, Michael Schofield, and Danny Trevathan

Chiefs - De'Anthony Thomas, Aaron Murray, Albert Wilson, Joe McKnight, Jamell Fleming, Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, and Damion Square

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Open Thread: Sunday Week 2

Enjoy the games, and Go Vikings (vs New England) and Seahawks (at San Diego)!

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Broncos figure to have Wes Welker back next week

Good Morning, Broncos fans! Wes Welker may not be in uniform today, but he figures to be on the field in Seattle next Sunday.

According to Jason La Canfora, it's now expected that the new drug policy will (finally) be finalized early this week.

La Canfora says the latest holdup has been about avoiding policy-related disputes over the next several years.

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Wes Welker will not be reinstated or activated for Week 2

The league's new drug policy proposal was not ratified on Saturday due to reported unresolved issues.

As a result, Wes Welker has not yet been reinstated, and will not be active for Sunday's game against Kansas City.

Denver figures to keep a roster spot open for Welker until he's reinstated.

Chiefs looking more and more familiar

Good Morning, Broncos fans! Earlier in the week, the Chiefs added former Broncos Kevin Vickerson (free agency) and Jerry Franklin (promotion from PS).

As of Friday, injury has pushed another familiar player - Ryan Harris - into the starting lineup, at right tackle.

Harris is the Chiefs' third option there, as Donald Stephenson is suspended (PEDs), and Jeff Allen is having elbow surgery which will likely end his season.

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