Miller, Broncos D's have sackfest but fail to be the heroes in Broncos loss to Chiefs](http://www.denverpost.com/2016/11/27/von-miller-broncos-ds-sackfest-fail-to-be-heroes-loss-chiefs/) (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)*
It wasn't the finish the Broncos had planned. There was no interception, sack, fumble or fourth-down stop, as this defense has been accustomed to making. *
You're Kubiak. What would you have decided to do? (Frank Schwab, Yahoo Sports)
You're Denver Broncos coach Gary Kubiak. Make the right call.
The Decision and the Doink (Peter King, MMQB)
The Chiefs-Broncos game had it all Sunday, from a coach's impossible dilemma to a kicker's 'prettiest goal.'
Siemian can lead Denver Broncos late-season revival (David Ramsey, Colorado Springs Gazette)
Denver was nursing a one-point lead when Siemian retreated into the end and rifled a pass to A.J. Derby in heavy coverage. The pass revealed Siemian's patience. He stood in the pocket, ignoring the Chiefs' pass rush.
Broncos QB Siemian raises game, but not enough in OT loss (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
Siemian's performance was a positive in what will otherwise be a difficult loss to move past.
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Five Key Moments: Chiefs 30, Broncos 27 (OT) (Aric DiLalla)
A look at five of the most important plays from the Broncos' 30-27 overtime loss on Sunday Night Football.
Why did Broncos squander late lead to Chiefs? Reason is simple: 'We beat ourselves' (Andrew Mason)
There was no mincing of words after the 30-27 overtime loss: "It's like we just went brain-dead as a defense on that last drive," Chris Harris Jr. said.
Miller posts three-sack performance in Broncos' overtime loss (Caroline Deisley)
The outside linebacker now leads the NFL in sacks and tied Ring of Famer Simon Fletcher for most double-digit sack seasons.