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Horse Tracks: Happy Thanksgiving Broncos Country

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Happy Thanksgiving Broncos Country! I hope everyone has a safe and happy Thanksgiving with their friends and family. Eat plenty of food, and sit back and watch some football

Speaking of football, here are the three football games that will be played today.

Chicago Bears vs. Detroit Lions at 12:30 ET on CBS

Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys at 4:30 ET on FOX

Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers at 8:30 ET on NBC

What teams will you be rooting for?

Broncos Stories:

The Chiefs game is "huge" for the Broncos - 9News:

The Denver Broncos' game against the Kansas City Chiefs is going to be as big as a game can get. Denver leads the Chiefs by one game in the AFC West race, so another win against them would basically mean the only team to worry about would be the San Diego Chargers. A victory Sunday night would give Denver a two-game lead plus the tiebreaker having swept Kansas City.

Manning and the Broncos aim to keep it simple against the Chiefs - The Denver Post:

Anderson's recent performances has given Manning more reasons to feel confident in his backs, who failed to do much of anything at the start of the season and have dealt with a string of injuries. The 23-year-old could see even more action against the Chiefs, who, while stout against the pass, lag against the rush, allowing 129.4 yards per game.

Isaiah Bure distributes Thanksgiving foods -

Rookie wide receiver Isaiah Burse teamed up with the Denver Rescue Mission on Tuesday to help distribute 2,000 Thanksgiving meals to pre-registered families on Tuesday morning.

The Broncos lead the NFL in Penalties - CBS Denver

The Denver Broncos have become the Oakland Raiders. It sounds terrible to any Broncos fan, sure, but let’s be honest here. In a statistical category the Raiders have owned for years and years, Denver has now taken over. And it’s not pretty.

Connor Barth just keeps kicking -

Tuesday is tryout day. It's the day of the week when Connor Barth knew his chance at re-starting his career would come after the Tampa Bay Buccaneers released him at the end of the preseason. And when a week passed without a tryout -- as they usually did -- he made sure he kicked anyway, knowing that was the day around which his career hopes revolved.

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