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Week 15 – Broncos at Chiefs
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Best Broncos Coverage: Week 15 (2019) – Denver at Kansas City

Week 15 – Broncos at Chiefs

Drew Lock returns to his home state of Missouri looked to spark the Denver Broncos to an upset victory over the Kansas City Chiefs.

» When: Sunday, Dec. 15

» Kickoff: 11 a.m. MST

» Where: Arrowhead Stadium

» Records: Denver (5-8) / Kansas City (9-4)

» Fan Pregame Coverage: Cecil Lammey from 7:30 to 9:00 a.m. | DMac and Mike Evans live from Sports Column from 9:00 a.m. to kickoff

» Fan Postgame: Join Shawn Drotar starting at the two-minute warning.

» Television: CBS

Game notes

» The Broncos and Chiefs have met 118 times previously, with Denver owning a 19-39 record in Kansas City.

» Denver looks to snap an eight-game losing streak to Kansas City dating back to November 2015, when Peyton Manning tossed four interceptions and was pulled before the fourth quarter.

» Tight end Noah Fant (3) needs just one touchdown to tie Tony Scheffler (2006) for the most receiving scores by a rookie tight end in club history.

» Fant also needs just eight receiving yards to become the to become the 30th tight end in NFL history to reach 500 receiving yards in his rookie season.

» With one interception, Chris Harris Jr. would join Mike Harden as the only Broncos players with multiple picks in eight consecutive seasons.

» Kicker Brandon McManus needs three field goals to pass Rich Karlis (137) for fourth-most all-time in club history.

» Pass rusher Von Miller needs just one sack to pass Kevin Carter and Neil Smith for sole possession of 27th place on the NFL’s all-time sacks list. With two sacks, Miller would pass former teammate Elvis Dumervil for 26th place.

» With two interceptions, safety Justin Simmons would tie Steve Atwater (12) for the third-most interceptions among Broncos safeties through their first four seasons.

» With 60 more receiving yards, wide receiver Courtland Sutton would become just the third Broncos receiver to reach 1,000 yards receiving in a single season by his second year (Marshall, 2007; Lionel Taylor, 1960).