Chiefs vs. Broncos, updates, highlights from NFL’s ‘Sunday Night Football’ game
The NFL flexed this week’s “Sunday Night Football” game to feature the Broncos visiting the captains during an AFC West game.
The captain will say goodbye to week 12, but has had four wins in a row before that. The Broncos beat another AFC West opponent last week, with a 28-13 win over the Chargers. The AFC West standings are very close. The captains led the squad 7-4, with the Raiders, Chargers and Broncos in the back. The opening captains are the 10-point favorite, but this matchup is crucial for the Captains to stay at the top of their table.
Patrick Mahomes has a 7-0 record against the Broncos; The Broncos are the only AFC West team yet to knock out Mahomes.
Sporting News is following live updates and highlights between the Chiefs vs. Broncos on “Sunday Night Football”. Stay tuned below for the full results from the NFL Week 13 game.
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Chiefs vs. Live Update. Broncos, highlights from Sunday Night Football
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End of quarter 2: Chiefs 10, Broncos 3
9:40 pm – The chiefs’ drive lasted less than a minute after they went three and out. They played with 16 seconds remaining of the round.
9:33 pm – Broncos fell again for the fourth time. It was the 20th play out of their 11-plus-minute drive. The Chiefs eventually stopped the Broncos on the Chiefs’ 9-yard line.
9:25 pm – Tyrann Mathieu kicked Bridgewater down on day 3 – & – 7. The Broncos decided to drop the fourth time again, and they got it again. Sutton caught the 10-yard pass for the first knockdown.
Two 4th reduction conversions on one boost… am I dreaming?!?!? #DENvsKC
– Kelsey Hauge (@KelseyRayHauge) December 6, 2021
9:22 pm – The Chiefs kept the Broncos back on 3 – & – 1. But, Bridgewater and the Broncos decided to go on for a fourth time. Bridgewater rushes in to get down first.
9:16 pm – The captain didn’t make it to midfield, so the Broncos got the ball back.
9:13 pm – The Broncos challenged if a drop dropped by Travis Kelce and then picked up by Justin Simmons had to be a fumbling and recovery. Upon review, it is considered an incomplete pass.
9:04 pm – GORGEOUS SECTION, BRONCOS. Brandon McManus put the Broncos on the board after making a 42-yard effort. Leader 10, Broncos 3.
9:02 pm – Courtland Sutton was flagged for offensive pass interference, which added 10 yards to the Broncos’ first knockdown attempt. On the next play, Bridgewater is flagged for intentionally landing, another 10 yards. The Broncos are currently on Monday – & – 30.
End of first quarter: Chiefs 10, Broncos 0
8:57 pm – Bridgewater exits a sack and runs nine yards for the first descent.
8:53 pm – Jerry Jeudy caught a pass from Bridgewater to hit 36 yards and knock out the Broncos for the first time in the game. They’re on the Chiefs’ 39-yard line.
8:49 p.m. – REGION TARGET, Maturity. Harrison Butker made a strike from 56 yards to give the captain the lead. It was Butker’s fifth more than 50-yard goal, setting a new franchise record for more goals over 50 yards in a season. Leader 10, Broncos 0.
8:45 pm – Edwards-Helaire advanced 29 yards thanks to the army chief opening the way for him. The Chiefs are at the 46-yard line of the Broncos.
8:41 pm – The Broncos went on to compete three and again.
8:34 pm – TOUCHDOWN, Mature. Patrick Mahomes dashed to the 10-meter line to put the Leaders on the chessboard. Head of Department 7, Broncos 0.
8:32 pm – Tireek Hill took the fourth captain down the driveway by advancing 13 yards. They are now on the Broncos’ 24-yard line.
8:26 pm – Clyde Edwards-Helaire ran for the first time, the first person of the game. The Chiefs are at their own 38-yard line.
8:25 pm – Melvin Ingram and Willie Gay fired Teddy Bridgewater to force the Broncos family through the third round on the first drive.
DE/LB Melvin Ingram and LB Willie Gay combine for the 3rd sack. It marks Ingram’s first layoff since joining the Chiefs. As for Gay, it was his first of the season, he now owns 1.5 to his career.
– Director of Communications (@ChiefsPR) December 6, 2021
8:22 pm – The game started with the Broncos receiving the ball first. NBC is reporting winds at 19 mph and is only expected to pick up throughout the night.
Chiefs vs. start time. Broncos
- Day: Sunday, December 5
- Time: 8:20 p.m. ET
Game Chiefs vs. The Broncos will begin at 8:20 p.m. ET at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Mo. All “Sunday Night Football” matches in 2021 are scheduled to begin at 8:20 p.m. ET.
How to watch Sunday Night Football
- Channel: NBC
- Live broadcast: Peacock, fuboTV
Chiefs vs. Broncos will air on NBC with announcers Al Michaels and Cris Collinsworth on the call and Michele Tafoya on the sidelines.
You can also stream “Sunday Night Football” online with fuboTV, offers a free seven-day trial.
Schedule of ‘Sunday Night Football’ 2021
|13||December 5||Broncos at Chiefs||NBC|
|14||December 12th||Bears at Packers||NBC|
|15||December 19||Saints in Buccaneers||NBC|
|16||December 26||WFT at Cowboys||NBC|
|17||January 2nd||Vikings at the Pack House||NBC|