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Kansas City vs Denver Live Stream — Today Live Free

Kansas City vs Denver Live Stream

Kansas City vs Denver
Kansas City vs Denver
Kansas City vs Denver

Kansas City vs Denver Live Stream

It is safe to say that you are prepared for certain Chiefs football?

  • Kansas City vs Denver
    8:20 pm
    Empower Field at Mile High
    Tickets Starting at $115.00

Like the previous three seasons, the Chiefs Wire staff will offer its week after week forecasts for every main game. Here are our picks for Kansas City’s Week 7 matchup against the Denver Broncos

Charles Goldman’s pick: Broncos win 26-24

Season record: 4-2

Twitter: @goldmctNFL

I really had the Chiefs losing this game in my expectations in front of the 2019 season. In those expectations, it was the main loss of the period and the Chiefs weren’t reeling from wounds.

Precluding five starters with the likelihood that a 6th won’t play out and about on a brief week is catastrophe waiting to happen. Include Kansas City falling off a two-game losing streak and Denver is on a two-game series of wins. The good to beat all is that the Broncos are worked to disappoint the Chiefs’ greatest shortcomings right currently in run protection and a feeble hostile line.

I’d like to trust the Chiefs win this game and demonstrate to the world they’re made of sterner stuff. I anticipate that them should drop this game and take a difficult week to regroup before the Packers come to Arrowhead Stadium for another primetime confrontation.

Wesley Roesch’s pick: Chiefs win 27-24

Season record: 5-1

Twitter: @WesleyRoesch

For the wellbeing of they and my sanity’s, I truly trust the Chiefs don’t drop this one. Going into a major event against the Packers will be vastly different at 5-2 versus 4-3. This is a gigantic Thursday night AFC West division fight.

I think Kansas City crushes out a success in Denver. The Chiefs are still beat up severely, however Andy Reid handles division adversaries well and the Broncos basically aren’t that great, even against damage inclined Chiefs group. I anticipate that the Chiefs should (ideally) accentuate halting the run, compelling Joe Flacco to be the one to contend with Patrick Mahomes. Indeed, even with K.C’s. ongoing baffling trips, I like Mahomes in that matchup.

Nicolas Roesch’s pick: Chiefs win 27-26

Season record: 5-1

Twitter: @Nicolas_Roesch

This is a significant game for the Chiefs. A misfortune would give them a tight lead in the AFC West and could everything except take out the plausibility of being one of the main two seeds in the AFC come playoff time. A success, notwithstanding, keeps them undefeated inside the division with an agreeable lead and keeps trust alive for one of the best two seeds.

I understand playing out and about on a brief week is a tall assignment, yet its absolutely impossible Kansas City ought to lose to a group like the Broncos, particularly thinking about what’s hanging in the balance. Of course, Denver has won two games in succession, yet it was against groups that have a joined 4-8 record.

I anticipate that this game should be monstrous and for the Broncos to give K.C. their absolute best. The Chiefs still have a few key wounds and aren’t generally in any state to be equipped for blowing any group out. I figure the Broncos will reliably move the ball down the field, however the Chiefs’ safeguard figures out how to constrain several turnovers and make them settle for various field objectives.

John Dillon’s pick: Chiefs win 25-23

Season record: 4-2

Twitter: @TheJohnDillon

Two major early-season misfortunes leave the Chiefs at an exceptional intersection a month and a half into the season. Regardless they have an all-world ability in Patrick Mahomes, in spite of his constraints with a lower leg damage. They have Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce solid, yet outside of those folks and particularly on protection, every other person is apparently as yet playing get up to speed.

Denver, as far as concerns them, isn’t actually the prime of the AFC this year. They drafted Drew Lock just to put him on harmed hold and start Joe Flacco, who has looked walker in his first starts as a Bronco. In spite of the fact that regardless they have folks who can get after the passer, to be specific Von Miller, the cautious unit has had its high points and low points to begin the season. They’re falling off a shutout win against Tennessee.

With everything taken into account, I think the Chiefs win in an extreme duel at Mile High. Expect defining moments from Kelce and Hill as they hope to bounce back after two extreme misfortunes