1. Christmas baby
Happy Birthday, Demaryius! The wide receiver is celebrating his 29th birthday on Christmas Day.
2. Merry Christmas, Broncos Country!
From Denver to Kansas City, we wish you a Merry Christmas! Now the best present a Broncos fan could ask for is a victory over the Chiefs.
3. Christmas festivities
Even though the Broncos traveled on Christmas Eve, they were still able to get into the Christmas spirit through their outfits and a team Christmas dinner.
4. Sunday Night Football
Nothing says Christmas night like Broncos football!
Ray, more mature and seeking elite status, returns home to show how far he's come (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
Amid a fully covered upper body of artwork, a large bold series of numbers on Shane Ray's right forearm screams the loudest. Each tattoo has a special meaning, Ray said, but 5600 best encapsulates who he is and where he's going.*
Broncos at Chiefs Week 16: Who has the edge and three things to watch (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
For at least one half, it appeared the Broncos found a resemblance to a running game last Sunday. Justin Forsett got his first start with the Broncos, who had 46 rushing yards on 12 carries at the half. Then, they gained just 12 rushing yards the rest of the way. It's been a season-long problem that got worst once C.J. Anderson was lost for the season. In a rainy, windy game, they need to revive it.
9 keys to Broncos to keeping playoff hopes alive (Mike Klis, KUSA)
There are no more playoff scenarios worth considering except for this: If the Denver Broncos don't defeat Kansas City at Arrowhead Stadium on Christmas Night, they will be eliminated from the playoffs.