Tiger Woods, Lindsey Vonn in Denver for Broncos-Chiefs

Tiger and Lindsey pop up in Denver.

The Chiefs-Broncos Sunday night game is arguably the biggest matchup of the NFL season so far, and the world's most famous athlete is in attendance to take it all in at Mile High. Tiger Woods, dressed like a snowboarder, and his Olympic gold-medal winning girlfriend Lindsey Vonn were spotted by the NBC cameras yukking it up on the Broncos sideline.

Woods, a Stanford product, is purportedly close with fellow Cardinal alum and Broncos exec John Elway and those two were seen chatting before the game. Woods is also a little nuts about football, waking up in the middle of the night recently in Turkey to watch Stanford take on Oregon for that huge Thursday night game last week just hours before he teed off in a Euro Tour event.

Oh, and it's also unlikely Tiger made the trip out to the Rockies just for this game. Vonn is from Vail and spends most of her time in Colorado. The two were allegedly sighted skiing this week in Breckenridge.

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