Kansas City Chiefs vs Broncos : live updates: Chiefs Scores 10 points

Kansas City Chiefs vs Broncos : live updates: Scores 10 points


One of the NFL’s fiercest – yet most lopsided – rivalries is set to renew on “Thursday Night Football.”


The Kansas City Chiefs have a 15-game win streak in their series against the Denver Broncos, which is tied for the longest active mark in the NFL (the New England Patriots have also won 15 straight against the New York Jets). The two AFC West rivals are set to meet again for the first time this season when the defending champions play host to Russell Wilson and Co.

Tight end Travis Kelce, who is Patrick Mahomes’ leading target, is listed as questionable for the game with an ankle injury, but multiple reports indicated he is expected to play. The 1-4 Broncos, however, enter the matchup with far more turmoil, with the defense giving up a league-worst 36.2 points per game.

Check back throughout the night for updates on the game:

Chiefs come up empty as ‘tush push’ field goal fake fails
The NFL cannot get enough of the tush push.

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Problem is, nobody can execute the short-yardage play quite like the Philadelphia Eagles.

With 8:10 left in the first half and the Chiefs facing a fourth-and-2 from the Broncos’ 6-yard line, head coach Andy Reid called for a fake field goal. Second-string tight end Noah Gray lined up under center and got a push from behind via punter Tommy Townsend and offensive lineman Wanya Morris. But Gray could not advance the ball past the first-down marker and the Broncos escaped another Kansas City red-zone appearance with zero points allowed.

The Chiefs are 0-for-3 in the red zone and have three points despite winning the field position battle thus far.

Back-to-back turnovers in Kansas City as Patrick Mahomes throws interception
The Broncos and Chiefs have traded turnovers in the first quarter.

Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes threw an interception right after Kansas City’s defense forced a takeaway.

Mahomes was standing in the pocket looking for an open receiver. With the pocket collapsing around him, he tossed an ill-advised pass near the end zone that was intercepted by Broncos safety Justin Simmons.

Simmons returned the interception 6 yards to the Denver 7-yard line.

The interception was the first of the season for Simmons.

— Tyler Dragon

Russell Wilson interception ends Broncos’ second drive
The Broncos were having success running the ball.

Then Russell Wilson ended the party.

Wilson threw an interception to Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton, who was sitting underneath a Broncos receiver in zone coverage. Wilson never saw him, and the Chiefs got the ball back on the 43-yard line. It was Wilson’s third interception of the season.

— Chris Bumbaca

Travis Kelce helps set up Chiefs’ first score with lateral play
The Chiefs’ opening drive stalled in the red zone, but they were able to get three points on kicker Harrison Butker’s 35-yard field goal.

Kansas City’s opening drive was highlighted by tight end Travis Kelce’s 5-yard catch and lateral to fellow tight end Noah Gray. Gray was able to pick up an additional seven yards after the lateral. The play helped set up the Chiefs in field goal position.

The Chiefs covered 42 total yards on their opening drive.

— Tyler Dragon

Chiefs make fourth down stop on Broncos’ opening drive
Denver came up empty on the opening drive of the game despite moving the ball into Kansas City territory.

The Broncos converted a third-and-2 when Javonte Williams bounced off a pair of tacklers but Russell Wilson was driven out of bounds by Justin Reid on the subsequent fourth down.

The drive lasted nine plays and took 5:36 off the clock.

— Chris Bumbaca

Taylor Swift at Travis Kelce, Chiefs game again
Fresh off attending the premiere of her “Eras Tour” movie in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Taylor Swift is off to Kansas City for another one of her passions: watching Kansas City Chiefs football games.

Swift was spotted Thursday arriving at the Chiefs’ game against the Denver Broncos. The singer wore a black dress, paired with a red varsity jacket. She was then seen sitting next to Travis Kelce’s mother, Donna.


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