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The Denver Broncos travel to Arrowhead Stadium this Sunday for a game that will likely decide who enters week 14 atop the AFC West. The Broncos and Chiefs have a combined record of 7-1 over the last four weeks, with both defenses playing some of their best football in November. Schematically, this one should be one of the best games of the weekend as both teams are a mirror image of the other in many ways. Where the Chiefs struggle in their secondary and at linebacker, the Broncos are solid. Where the Broncos struggle at quarterback and on the perimeter, the Chiefs are elite. Where Andy Reid is a genius play designer, Vic Fangio is a brilliant defensive schemer. How each team is able to exploit the other’s weakness will be the difference in this primetime divisional matchup, and it should be a fun one for a cool Sunday night in the barbecue capital of the world.
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Jerry Jeudy Over 50 Receiving Yards
Since returning from an ankle injury on Halloween, Jeudy has averaged over 45 yards and 4.5 catches a game. This Chiefs defense, meanwhile, has struggled to find consistency at corner, allowing over 252 yards a game through the air — the ninth worst in the league. The Broncos WR is due for a breakout game and, with Teddy Bridgewater back at quarterback, expect him to get more targets and opportunities to make plays in space. His two best performances this year have both come on the road.
Patrick Mahomes Under 283 Yards
The Denver pass defense ranks 10th in the NFL in yards per game, allowing only 224 yards through the air per outing. Mahomes, meanwhile, has only reached the 280 yard mark 4 times this season, and only twice since week 2, despite dropping back more than any quarterback in the league. Outside of a breakout game against Vegas three weeks ago, he hasn’t looked right all season, and few coaches have been able to expose quarterbacks like Vic Fangio — just ask Dak Prescott and Justin Herbert.
Clyde Edwards-Helaire Under 58.5 Yards
The Broncos run defense is yet to give up a big play this season. Only one running back in the last 4 weeks has been able to put up more than 51 yards on this defense, and Edwards-Helaire is undoubtedly still nursing a knee injury from earlier this season. As of Friday afternoon, the RB has been listed as questionable to play with an undisclosed illness. With his availability for this weekend still very much in question, get this number while you can as it will likely continue to drop the closer we get to Sunday.
Tyreek Hill Under 76.5 Yards
Tyreek Hill is averaging over 84 receiving yards per game this season, though this number is a bit inflated because of two 184 yard plus performances against the Browns and Eagles, respectively. The Broncos are the third best passing defense the WR has faced this year, after the Bills and Chargers, and in both of those games he was held under 63 yards. The Broncos rank second in the NFL in opposing quarterback completion percentage, so expect Andy Reid to look for more short, easy completions in this game over home run shots downfield — where Hill has had the most success.