We’re here at Arrowhead Stadium on this beautiful Sunday morning getting ready for the Broncos game against the Chiefs, which kicks off at 11:00 a.m. MST.
Some of the players have taken the field, stretching and preparing for the game. Kicker Matt Prater is warming up his leg by kicking field goals, and punter Britton Colquitt just spent some time with his brother Dustin, who plays the same position for the Chiefs.
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FAMILY AFFAIR: Britton and Dustin Colquitt are the first brothers since 1941 to punt in the league at the same time. They’ll be on the same field today.
BRONCOS AND CHIEFS INACTIVES: Linebacker Wesley Woodyard, who has been battling a knee injury all week, is one of seven players inactive for today’s game for the Broncos.
PREGAME PHOTOS: Here are some photos from Eric Lars Bakke and Ben Hays of the Broncos warming up before the game.
COIN TOSS: Tight End Daniel Fells is the game captain for the Broncos as he joins the Broncos’ five season-long captains for the coin toss, with Britton Colquitt standing in for the injured Wesley Woodyard as the special teams captain. The Broncos won the toss calling tails and deferred their choice to the second half. Kansas City will receive.
MILLER CONTINUES HIS STRONG CAMPAIGN: Linebacker Von Miller sacked Chiefs quarterback Matt Cassel on the first series of the game. It was his 7.5 sack of the season.
TEBOW RUNS IT IN: The Broncos strike first. Quarterback Tim Tebow took the snap on the quarterback draw and ran behind the right tackle for the touchdown to put Denver up 7-0.
INJURY UPDATE: Running back Willis McGahee has a hamstring injury and his return is questionable.
FIRST QUARTER COMES TO AN END: At the end of the first quarter, the Broncos lead 7-0 without throwing a pass.
*INJURY UPDATE: Running back Knowshon Moreno has a knee injury. His return is doubtful.
PRATER PADS LEAD: Kicker Matt Prater kicks a 38-yard field goal to extend Denver’s lead to 10-0 with 7:46 left in the second quarter. It was Prater’s 35th consecutive successful field goal from inside 40 yards.
SHARING THE BALL: Six players have carried the ball so far for the Broncos.
BRONCOS TAKE THE LEAD INTO THE HALF: Denver heads into the locker room up 10-0. The Broncos are an NFL-best 28-1 since 1994 when shutting out their opponent in the first half.
CHIEFS NARROW BRONCOS LEAD: Matt Cassel throws a 1-yard play-action pass to fullback Le’Ron McClain to shorten Denver’s lead to 10-7 with 8:15 left in the third quarter.
BRONCOS TOP 200 RUSHING YARDS: Quarterback Tim Tebow’s 10-yard run in the third quarter put Denver over the 200 rushing yards mark for the second consecutive game.
THIRD QUARTER COMES TO A CLOSE: The third quarter has come to an end here at Arrowhead Stadium, with the Broncos leading 10-7.
TEBOW TO DECKER FOR A TOUCHDOWN: Tim Tebow throws a 56-yard touchdown pass deep down the right sideline to Eric Decker on third down to put Denver up 17-7 with 6:44 remaining in the fourth quarter.
CHIEFS COME BACK ONTO THE FIELD: The Chiefs will try for a late comeback as they get the ball with 1:55 remaining in the game down 17-7.
BRONCOS DEFEAT CHIEFS 17-10: Denver improves to 4-5 on the year with a victory in Kansas City.