Patrick Mahomes has been the talk of the league through three weeks, throwing an NFL-record 13 touchdowns and no interceptions. Under his direction, the Chiefs lead the league in scoring with 39.3 points per game. But if Von Miller has anything to say about it, all that talk will end on Monday night. Miller’s four sacks on the young season are tied for most in the NFL, and all of them took place at Broncos Stadium at Mile High. Mahomes is athletic and has only been sacked four times this season, second-fewest in the league, so this matchup pits strength versus strength. “[Mahomes is] playing well,” Head Coach Vance Joseph said Wednesday. “He’s got a bunch of weapons, and again, they have a good scheme also. You combine a quarterback’s arm talent with the skilled players he’s throwing to and with Andy Reid’s system, it makes it a tough out.” Miller’s ability to get to the quarterback can disrupt any game plan, though, and against a high-powered attack like Kansas City’s, that could prove crucial.