Good Morning, Broncos fans! The playoffs will begin on Saturday with the Chiefs visiting the Colts.
KC rested several of its starters on Sunday, but still nearly defeated San Diego, which got plenty of help to clinch the AFC's final playoff berth.
Granted, there's no guarantee that Succop would have made the subsequent 36-yarder, but it's reasonable to assume that he would have.
As a result, San Diego will play at Cincinnati on Sunday, and would come to Denver if they pull off the upset.
Had the Chiefs been victorious, then Pittsburgh would have the sixth seed, and loom as a potential opponent for Denver.
But the Steelers won six of their last eight games, with the two losses each coming by single digit margins - so it's not clear that they would have been a preferable matchup to the Chargers.
Tickets for Denver's first playoff game will go on sale tomorrow.
Duke Ihenacho suffered a concussion on Sunday, while Wes Welker is reportedly close to being cleared from his.
Naturally, Brock Osweiler appreciated the chance to get some live snaps under his belt, but has also enjoyed watching Peyton Manning make history.
Dave Krieger lauds the greatness of Peyton Manning and laughs at memories of the Tebow or Peyton debate.
Mark Kiszla says it's still Super Bowl or bust for Denver.
Paul Klee says the Broncos are still fueled by last year's unceremonious ending.
Houston locked down the #1 overall pick with their 14th consecutive loss.
Dan Wetzel says Chip Kelly has proven the naysaying doubters wrong, and was there ever any doubt that he would?