The Broncos will host the Kansas City Chiefs at Empower Field at Mile High on Oct. 29, 2023 at 2:25 p.m. MT.
Coming off a two-point win over the Green Bay Packers in front of the Denver faithful, the Broncos will return to Empower Field at Mile High on Sunday with a chance to complete their home stand with a win against the Kansas City Chiefs. Denver eked out a 19-17 win over the Packers thanks to timely production from the offense, a 52-yard go-ahead field goal by kicker Wil Lutz and a game-sealing interception by safety P.J. Locke.
The Broncos will look to build on that momentum when they play their second matchup of the season against the Chiefs. In the teams' first meeting in Week 6 in Kansas City, Denver's defense held the high-powered Chiefs offense in check, limiting the unit to a single touchdown in five red-zone trips. The Broncos' defense proved that its performance was no fluke by shutting out the Packers' offense in the first half, and the unit will look to continue the significant strides it has taken in October. On offense, running back Javonte Williams recorded his highest yardage output since 2021, while wide receiver Courtland Sutton found the end zone for the fifth time this season. Both players have been crucial contributors to a Broncos offense that has found a strong balance between the run and pass games. While Kansas City has been one of the league's best teams, Denver is preparing for a prime opportunity to win its first game against the Chiefs since 2015 and head into the bye week with a winning streak.
Wide receiver Brandon Johnson (hamstring) is questionable to play against the Chiefs, while left tackle Garett Bolles (hip), outside linebacker Baron Browning (wrist), safety Justin Simmons (hip) and running back Dwayne Washington (knee) have not been assigned game statuses and are expected to be available. Kansas City listed linebacker Nick Bolton as out and did not give game statuses to kicker Harrison Butker, safety Mike Edwards, running back Jerick McKinnon and wide receiver Justin Watson.
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