Set your Phillip Lindsay hype to maximum level, because he’s about to make the Rookie of the Year competition a solo bout (get it?).
There has not been a more important Monday in Colorado sports since the emergency operation that you had the Monday after the Denver Broncos won Super Bowl 50. The Broncos draw the Kansas City Chiefs who arrive as a gauntlet of offensive magnitude while the Colorado Rockies appear in the playoffs (possibly as you read this) for game one against the Los Angeles Dodgers.
We mentioned the Chiefs being an offensive gauntlet, they average 39.3 points per game (1st) while the Broncos allow only 23.3 points per game (16th), while on offense Denver is scoring 20.3 points per game (19th) while Kansas City’s defense is allowing 30.7.
The Chiefs themselves are on a five-game winning streak, the longest winning streak that they’ve ever had against the Broncos is a six-game winning streak that was from the 1970-73 seasons.
Bang it here and Ian Henson will explain why Denver wins and ends this ridiculous streak that Kansas City has initiated. If you take notes, you can straight up liquidize a Chiefs fan in casual conversation tonight or tomorrow.
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