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Game time! The Denver Broncos (8-3) travel to Arrowhead to face the Kansas City Chiefs (7-4) on Sunday Night Football on NBC. Kickoff is set for Sunday, November 30, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. CST (that's 6:30 p.m. Mile High time).

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This AFC West match is the most important remaining game for both the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs in 2014. A win for the Broncos would put them in the driver's seat for a fourth straight division title; a loss would open the door for the Chiefs to take over.

The Chiefs boast a terrific running attack, led by Jamaal Charles, as well as a fierce, pass-rushing defense led by Justin Houston. Broncos coach John Fox was quick to laud Kansas City's offense-stoppers as well as the rest of the team.

"They've been solid," said Fox. "They've been a Top-10 defense, at least I know in my tenure here, and [they] do a superb job. Andy Reid is a superb coach. They play good in all three phases. That's why they're the top of the division, along with us."

This will be the Broncos' fourth road game in five weeks; seeing as the Broncos went 1-2 in the previous three road trips, quarterback Peyton Manning acknowledged that he and the Broncos have work to do on the road.

"We need to play better on the road," Manning said. "It's one of the loudest places to play, in my opinion, in the NFL. They are playing really well at home. It's a night game and the place is going to be rocking so it is a challenge.... You need to protect the ball, certainly, like in any game but especially on the road and try to be good in the red zone, try to really fight crazy there. They are really good in the red zone so that's going to be a real challenge."

Game time

Kickoff at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City is set for Sunday, November 30, 2014 at 6:30 p.m. Mile High time.

TV schedule

The game will air nationally on NBC. Al Michaels (play-by-play) and Cris Collinsworth (color commentary) will call the game with Michele Tafoya reporting from the sidelines.

Online streaming

Sunday Night Football is streamed on Verizon subscribers can tap into NFL Mobile. At a premium, you can stream the game after the final whistle blows from using Game Rewind. You can also listen live using streaming audio from


Listen around Denver at 850 AM KOA and nationwide at Sirius XM 93. Locally, Dave Logan (play-by-play) and Ed McCaffrey (color commentary) will call the game with Alan Roach reporting from the sidelines.  View the full Denver Broncos radio network here.

There is also a national broadcast on WestwoodOne Sports featuring Kevin Kugler (play-by-play) and James Lofton (color commentary) with Hub Arkush reporting from the sideline.

Fun fact 1

The Broncos have won five straight against the Chiefs. That's a far cry from the early days of the rivalry, where the Broncos didn't win a road game against the Chiefs until the Broncos' 14th year of existence.

Fun fact 2

Former Broncos defensive tackle Kevin Vickerson vowed to get revenge on the Broncos after Week 2. He's questionable on the injury report.

Injury report

Some injuries of note for the Broncos:

  • Probable: Broncos linebacker Brandon Marshall, who cleared the NFL's concussion protocol Friday.
  • Questionable: Tight end Julius Thomas (ankle) and cornerback Aqib Talib (hamstring) have 50-50 chances to play. We're a little more optimistic regarding Thomas.
  • Out: Running backs Montee Ball and Ronnie Hillman, as well as cornerback Kayvon Webster.

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The Broncos are 1.5-point favorites against the Chiefs on the road - a far cray from Week 2, where they were 13-point favorites at home.

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