BRONCOS VS. CHIEFS:
DENVER DEFEATS K.C., LOCKS UP NO. 1 SEED: Denver’s 38-3 win in the regular-season finale clinched the No. 1 seed in the AFC.
Stay tuned to DenverBroncos.com for in-depth coverage on the win.
BRONCOS ON TWITTER: Follow the action on Twitter, as well, via the Broncos’ official gameday account. @BroncosGameday will keep fans updated with live, in-game updates throughout tonight’s matchup. To chime in with your tweets, use #KCvsDEN.
BRONCOS VS. CHIEFS: PREVIEWS: Prepare for the game by watching the NFL Films Preview and reading DenverBroncos.com’s weekly preview that includes important matchups on each side of the ball and links to coverage from throughout the week. Also, check out What to Watch For, a list of noteworthy facts and figures entering the Week 17 contest.
NFL GAMEPASS: For international Broncos fans located outside the United States and Mexico, watch today’s game live and in HD with NFL GamePass.
BRONCOS MOBILE APP: For those of you who follow the action on your smartphone, there’s a free official Broncos mobile app. On your smartphone, visit BroncosMobile.com to download it.
BRONCOS ON INSTAGRAM: The Broncos have joined Instagram. Follow the team’s account, DenverBroncos, for exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos from Dove Valley, road trips and gameday.
LISTEN LIVE: Listen to the live AM 850 KOA broadcast of the game featuring Dave Logan on play-by-play, Ed McCaffrey on color commentary and Andy Lindahl reporting from the sideline.
STAT CREW IRONMAN TO WORK FINAL REGULAR-SEASON GAME: A 37-year member of the Denver Broncos stat crew will work his final regular-season game today at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
BRONCOS TV ON SITE: HOME VS. THE CHIEFS: Check out this week’s installment of Broncos TV On Site, as Chris Hall and Gray Caldwell preview the game from the field.
PLAYOFF SCENARIOS: Denver can clinch a first-round playoff bye with a win and can clinch homefield advantage throughout the playoffs with a win and Houston loss.
INACTIVES: Sunday’s inactives have been announced.
CHIEFS WIN COIN TOSS: Kansas City won the coin toss and elected to receive. Click here for captains and starters.
MORENO FINISHES BRONCOS’ MARCH: Denver has scored a touchdown on its opening drive in four of its last five games.
INJURY UPDATE: Kansas City’s starting left tackle suffered a first-quarter shoulder injury.
CHIEFS CONVERT TURNOVER INTO FIELD GOAL: A 64-yard fumble recovery return by the Chiefs led to their first points of the game.
MANNING FINDS DECKER FOR TD: Peyton Manning and Eric Decker each set Broncos records on a drive that ended in the pair connecting for six.
MANNING BREAKS ANOTHER RECORD: Peyton Manning is now the Broncos single-season leader in passing yards.
MANNING TO DECKER EXTENDS LEAD BEFORE HALFTIME: Peyton Manning and Eric Decker hooked up for the second time of the afternoon just before the second quarter ended.
FIRST HALF AUDIO HIGHLIGHTS: Listen to highlights from the first half of play, courtesy of AM 850 KOA.
THOMAS WOWS CROWD, INCREASES LEAD: A high-flying, one-handed touchdown catch by Demaryius Thomas put Denver on top 28-3.
BALL FINISHES DRIVE, MAKES IT 35-3: On a drive that saw Peyton Manning top the 300-yard passing mark and Demaryius Thomas top the 100-yard receiving mark, Denver extended its lead to 35-3.
OSWEILER LEADS LATE FIELD GOAL DRIVE: Brock Osweiler relieved Peyton Manning and threw the first pass of his NFL career en route to a Matt Prater field goal.