We’re here at Sports Authority Field at Mile High with less than two hours until kickoff of the Broncos final regular season game this year.
Both teams are on the field warming up, as Denver looks to clinch the AFC West with a win or a Raiders loss.
Stay tuned as we keep you updated with all the latest info.
BRONCOS MOBILE APP: For those of you who follow the action on your smartphone, there’s a brand new — free — official Broncos mobile app. For more information on the app, check out this blog. On your smartphone, visit BroncosMobile.com to download it.
BRONCOS VS CHIEFS GAMECENTER: For play-by-play action and up-to-the-minute stats, check out the DenverBroncos.com Gamecenter. We’ll keep you updated here with scoring plays, drive recaps and all the fun bits and pieces you can’t get from looking at a box score.
BRONCOS ON TWITTER: Another option is to follow the @Denver_Broncos Twitter account. There are constant updates on there throughout the game. You don’t have to be on Twitter to read the posts, but if you are, you should follow the account for news throughout the week as well.
BRONCOS PLAYOFF SCENARIOS: The Broncos are in the playoffs with a win, but check out the other ways the team can make the postseason.
BRONCOS VS. CHIEFS – INACTIVES: Safety Brian Dawkins is one of the seven players inactive for the Broncos for today’s game.
PREGAME PHOTOS: Here are some photos of the Broncos warming up for this afternoon’s game courtesy of Eric Lars Bakke, Gabriel Christus and Ben Hays.
CHIEFS TO START WITH THE BALL: The Broncos won the toss and elected to defer to the second half, meaning Kansas City will get the ball first.
INJURY UPDATE: Right guard Chris Kuper will not return after he was carted off the field with a leg injury.
KANSAS CITY STRIKES FIRST: A Dexter McCluster 21-yard touchdown run gives the Chiefs an early 7-0 lead.
*INJURY UPDATE*: Fullback Spencer Larsen has a knee injury, he will not return.
BRONCOS TRAIL HEADING INTO HALFTIME: The Chiefs lead the Broncos 7-0 as the teams head into the locker room for halftime.
MCGAHEE TOPS 100 YARDS: For the seventh time this season, running back Willis McGahee has rushed for more than 100 yards in a game.
PRATER PUTS THE BRONCOS ON THE BOARD: Matt Prater’s 38-yard field goal cuts into Kansas City’s lead, 7-3.
BRONCOS SET SINGLE-SEASON RECORD: With McGahee’s four-yard run in the fourth quarter, the Broncos set a franchise record for rushing yards in a season.
CHIEFS BEAT BRONCOS 7-3: Tim Tebow’s fourth-down pass was intercepted sealing the Chiefs victory..