The Kansas City Chiefs are trying to figure out what went wrong. The team went from blowing out the Oakland Raiders and shocking the San Diego Chargers on Monday Night Football to getting steamrolled by the winless Miami Dolphins. The Chiefs rushing attack has taken a nose dive without Jamaal Charles and it caught up with them again against the Dolphins. The Chiefs will look to get something going on the ground against a Denver Broncos defense that gives up 115 yards rushing a game. Matt Cassel should have an easy time passing, considering the Broncos are one of the worst teams in the NFL stopping the pass. Scoring won't be the big issue for the Chiefs, however. Stopping the one and only, will be.
After having one of the worst games for an NFL quarterback that I can remember, Tim Tebow rebounded against the Oakland Raiders. Tebow threw two nice touchdown passes and picked up another 70+ yards rushing the football. Willis McGahee had a resurgence, going off for well over 100 yards. Heading into Arrowhead Stadium, the Broncos offense will be facing another porous defense, so the Broncos modified option offense should be able to put up more points in an AFC West showdown that looks like it could be a shootout.
Game Date/Time: Sunday, November 13; 1:00pm ET
Location: Arrowhead Stadium, Kansas City, MO
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