No. 1: Denver Broncos at Kansas City Chiefs: December 5
The easiest game the Kansas City Chiefs have this coming season should come against the Denver Broncos. Last season, the Broncos had a really rough record of 5-11. The Broncos offensive line leaves more to be desired and the team hasn’t won a game against the Kansas City Chiefs since 2015.
So far, the Broncos are towards the bottom of the AFC and if they aren’t careful, they might end up back on the bottom in 2021.
The quarterback situation also isn’t helping. The Broncos traded for Teddy Bridgewater, bringing his experience, but that trade may have been an indicator that they have little faith in former Missouri quarterback Drew Lock.
The Broncos lost 11 straight games to the Chiefs and heir offensive line just can’t stand up to Kansas City’s defense.
Though the game might be easy, the Chiefs should not look at the game as something they can check out on. The Broncos have a solid defense with a pretty good secondary. It is among the best in the NFL and the team drafted Patrick Surtain, another athletic cornerback, onto their team.
These games might not be blow out wins, and these teams will be determined to beat the Chiefs. However, the chances that the Chiefs would walk out with a win from these games seem pretty high.
The Kansas City Chiefs seem ready to go against anyone in their roster on their mission for a third straight appearance in the Super Bowl.