WHAT WENT RIGHT
The Broncos dominated Sunday’s game from start to finish, outgaining the Chiefs by 369 total yards. Denver racked up 38 points on offense and officially kept the Chiefs out of the end zone in the 2012 season.
The defense also held Pro Bowl running back Jamaal Charles to just 53 rushing yards. Quarterback Brady Quinn had just 49 passing yards and was sacked four times.
WHAT WENT WRONG
With Denver driving, up 7-0, running back Ronnie Hillman took a carry off the right tackle for 4 yards — but coughed up the football. Cornerback Brandon Flowers returned the fumble 64 yards to the Denver 12-yard line.
Hillman did not receive any carries after the play. Head Coach John Fox was asked if that was because of the rookie’s fumble.
“I would say that is fair,” he said.