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The Denver Broncos and their quarterback Peyton Manning had the worst game ever, up against the erstwhile Kansas City Chiefs.
The Chiefs beat Denver 29-13 and held them scoreless for most of the game. Altogether the Chiefs intercepted Manning and his back-up quarterback Brock Osweiler five times. The Broncos went to either interception or punt out city and stayed there.
Let’s not talk about total yards of offense; it’s too depressing. The Broncos defense was not in high gear, as they were missing Aqib Talib and DeMarcus Ware. Soooo, the Kansas City Chiefs, who have not beat the Broncos in since grandpa lost his teeth, dominated the Broncos for three quarters. Chiefs kicker Cairo Santos racked up points, and they scored one touchdown on an interception by Marcus Peters taken across the goal line by Charcandrick West.
Dustin Colquitt kept the Broncos pinned back to their end of the field with monster punts, and three point conversions were eluding the Broncos for some reason.
The Chiefs were the first to score with their first interception of the game when they posted a 7-0 score. On their second possession of the game they got in position for a 48-yard Cairo Santos field goal to make the score 10-0.
Chiefs set up their next Santos field goal on a fourth and one and Santos kicked a 49-yard field goal to make the score 13-0.
Josh Mauga intercepted the next Manning pass, and Santos kicked a 34-yard field goal to make the score 16-0.
Just before the end of the first half, the Chiefs got a drive going that took them down to the Denver 9 yard line, but when they got stopped at third and goal at the 15 yard line Santos trotted out and scored on a 33-yard attempt to make the score 19-0 at the HALF.
The third quarter opened up with the Broncos going to punt out city and the Chiefs getting into position for a 50-yard field goal by Cairo Santos, which he made boosting the score to 22-0.
Next up the Broncos were intercepted on a challenge that gave it to the Chiefs, and they went to punt out city with it. Peyton Manning went out of the game and was replaced by Brock Osweiler.
At the start of the fourth quarter Osweiler got sacked and intercepted by Eric Berry, and the Chiefs toss an 80-yard touchdown pass to Charcandrick West with a good PAT to make the score 29-0.
Osweiler then in the last minutes of the fourth scores two touchdowns to make the score 29-13. Santos tried yet another field goal and missed it on a bad snap.
And that’s how you defeat the Denver Broncos..
The Broncos have now lost two games in a row. They are 7-2 after this week and losing 27-24 to the Colts at Indianapolis Nov. 8. They have seven games left in the regular season.
The Chiefs have won three in a row. They are 4-5 after defeating the Detroit Lions 45-10 Nov. 1 and defeating the Pittsburgh Steelers 23-13 Oct. 25.
Next week Broncos go the Windy City to play the Chicago Bears and their former coach John Fox —. and former Broncos offensive coordinator Adam Gase. The Bears are 4-5 after defeating the Rams 37-13 Sunday at St. Louis and the Chargers 22-19 Nov. 9 at San Diego. After the Chicago game, the Broncos face the New England Patriots, now 9-0 after beating quarterback Eli Manning and his New York Jets 27-26 Sunday.
The Chiefs next take on the San Diego Chargers. The Chargers are 2-7 after their loss to the Bears and a 29-26 loss to the Ravens at Baltimore Nov. 1,