Kansas City Chiefs Vs Denver Broncos: Chiefs Report Card

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Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) . Mandatory Credit: Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports

 

KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (9-1) 17, DENVER BRONCOS (9-1) 27

After ten games a year ago, the Kansas City Chiefs were 1-9. It is has been a terrific turnaround season in Kansas City in 2013. After the loss to Denver Sunday night, the Chiefs have reversed their 2012 record, and now sit at 9-1.

The Chiefs had their chances in this one but let too many of them slip away. They left at least 10 points in the field by not capitalizing on those opportunities.

Still, they did score a couple of offensive touchdowns, which is a positive, but on the other hand, they didn’t record a sack, or even knock Peyton Manning off his feet.

Let’s take a look at what the Chiefs did well, and not so well Sunday night.

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  • tm1946

    BIG F.
    This was a chance for the undefeated Chiefs to show the rest of the world, outside MoKan area, they had turned a corner and were becoming a force to be dealt with in the NFL. Know it is a matter of pride for fans but is a real factor game time.
    Hali was rode with a strangle hold around his neck, no call. Just one example what happens to a lightly regarded team
    Big Reid fan but he missed a golden opportunity to make a statement that could have out weighed 9 wins.

  • jimfetterolf

    In defense of Cooper on the 70 yarder the receiver clearly pushed free. Typical Denver game, they have historically the best holding line in the business, but the Chiefs played well. Two weeks they come down from the mountains and things may be different, good learning experience.