Looking for a third consecutive win, the Denver Broncos welcome in Patrick Mahomes and the high-flying Kansas City Chiefs into Empower Field at Mile High on Thursday night.
» When: Thursday, Oct. 17
» Kickoff: 6:20 p.m. MDT
» Where: Empower Field at Mile High
» Records: Denver (2-4) / Kansas City (4-2)
» Fan Pregame Coverage: Join “The Drive” with Nick Ferguson, Tyler Polumbus and DMac live from the ViewHouse in Littleton from 3 p.m. to kickoff.
Fan Postgame: Join Shawn Drotar and Sandy Clough starting at the two-minute warning.
» Television: Fox/NFL Network
» Of the 117 meetings between the teams, the Denver Broncos own a 54-63 record over the Kansas City Chiefs, including a 35-24 mark at home.
» However, the Chiefs have won seven consecutive games against the Broncos dating back to September 2015.
» Denver, which hasn’t allowed a defensive touchdown in the past two games, welcomes in Kansas City, which ranks fifth in the NFL in scoring offense.
» The Broncos are 13-11 all-time when playing on Thursday, including an 8-4 mark on “Thursday Night Football”
» Cornerback Chris Harris Jr. needs just one interception to join Mike Harden as the only players in Denver history with multiple picks in eight consecutive seasons.
» Running back Phillip Lindsay needs 178 yards from scrimmage to become the fourth Broncos player to reach the 2,000 scrimmage yards mark in 22 games.
» Linebacker Von Miller needs a half-sack to pass Charles Haley, Cameron Wake and William Fuller for sole possession of 30th place on the NFL’s all-time list.
» With 2.5 sacks, Miller can leapfrog Jim Jeffcoat for 29th place all time.
» Wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders needs one reception to reach 400 with Denver.
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