Broncos vs. Chiefs 2013 picks and predictions: Experts picking Denver to win again

Even after a tough loss to New England, the experts think Denver will head to Kansas City and beat the Chiefs.

For the second time in three weeks, the Denver Broncos and Kansas City Chiefs will play in a game that could go a long way toward deciding which team wins the AFC West.

The Broncos got the better of the Chiefs in the first meeting between the two teams, but Denver just lost to New England and is in the third game of a tough three-game stretch.

Still, the Broncos are everybody's favorite pick this week. Other than David Fucillo, every member of the SB Nation panel picked the Broncos to win on Sunday. Meanwhile, 11 of the 13 ESPN analysts selected the Broncos in this game as well. is in agreement as well, picking the Broncos to win, 30-21.

Even with the oddsmakers giving Kansas City 3.5 points, everyone at CBS except for Ryan Wilson is siding with the Broncos in this game.

The Chiefs have lost two straight games and appear to have lost some of the confidence of those picking the games as well.

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