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Lost in the distractions of the last 24 hours Denver Broncos T-Shirts , John Elway called this is a “must-win” game. That doesn’t leave room for much else as the Denver Broncos head east to face the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday. We’ll find out whether what see saw in the desert last Thursday against the Arizona Cardinals was a mirage or really real. At least the Broncos (3-4) head to Kansas City with a win, and one on the road, to give them a little bit of confidence for the Chiefs (6-1).Offensive RankingsDenver: Fourteenth in overall offense (376.4 yards), eighth in rushing (125.1), 19th in passing (251.3) and 19th in points (23.6).Kansas City: Third in overall offense (437.4 yards), 10th in rushing (124.3), fifth in passing (313.1) and first in points (37.1).Defense RankingsDenver: Twenty-second in overall defense (378.0 yards), 31st in rushing (148.1), 10th in passing (229.9) and 13th in points (23.4).Kansas City: Thirty-second in overall defense (435.4 yards), 23rd in rushing (118.9), 31st in passing (316.6) and 22nd in points (26.0).Here are our keys to the game. Orange Rush The Broncos defense needs to box in, pressure and hit Patrick Mahomes. In the first game on Monday Night Football, the edge guys got too far up the field allowing Mahomes to play school-yard football. Box him in on both sides, keep him in the pocket and hit him — repeatedly. Denver’s defense is the only one to truly test Mahomes. Now with the Orange Rush building steam, ace the test with a second chance to take it. — Ian St. Clair Discipline Gap and eye discipline on defense, and executional discipline on offense. Against a team like the Chiefs, and the offense they run, Denver is going to need to be assignment sound on defense and not get caught in all the movement and motions they’ll throw at you.On offense, you can’t afford drive-killing penalties Denver Broncos Hats , drops, or missed throws, all of which have hurt the Broncos in key moments so far this season. — Jeff Essary Clean QB play Case Keenum has to get his head on straight. To win, he needs his first zero-turnover game of the season while delivering the ball consistently and leading the team on long scoring drives. Give the defense time to rest. By the same token, Bill Musgrave needs to call a game that plays to Keenum’s strengths like he did against Arizona. — Taylor Kothe Acceptance We will have to realize and accept that the Broncos are a ways away and the Chiefs are legitimate Super Bowl contenders. As painful as both realities are, many of us fans will reach that critical acceptance phase after this game. The search for a franchise quarterback continues in 2019. — Tim Lynch (Editor’s note:) Tim comes in like ... Change the game The Broncos can beat Kansas City. Denver might not be able to beat the Chiefs in a football game, but I’m quite certain it can find a game that it can beat them. For instance, if a game of basketball broke out. Maybe the Broncos should sit down and play UNO at midfield. Changing the game completely is a surefire way to beat a team that would not expect to have to play Monopoly. That changing the game bit might be the most important aspect. Denver has to change things up and confuse the Chiefs. If the Broncos can come out and show different looks, run an up tempo offense, and confuse KC, they could come away with a win. Or they could just challenge them to a game of four-square. — Adam Malnati The MHR Radio Podcast is now on iTunes, Google Play, Spotify, Acast, Stitcher, TuneIn and a few other podcast hosts. Please subscribe to the one that fits your fancy, and also rate and review what you hear.What are your keys to victory for the Broncos? ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP)Todd Davis has grown accustomed to following fellow inside linebacker Brandon Marshall’s lead. Like Marshall, Davis has excelled in Denver after getting cut multiple times by another NFL team. Like Marshall https://www.broncosfanstore.com/hoodie , Davis is the team’s Ed Block Courage Award recipient, winning it this year, two years after Marshall. Like Marshall, Davis is positioned to cash in on free agency, too. ”I’m definitely rooting for him. I know he will,” Marshall said. ”It just depends on where and how much.” Marshall, the Broncos’ 2015 Ed Block recipient, signed a four-year, $32,000 deal as a restricted free agent before last season. Davis is heading to unrestricted free agency this offseason. Although the players are expecting massive roster turnover following their second straight season without a playoff berth, Marshall is pulling for Davis to stay in Denver. The two have developed a great chemistry together. Marshall leads the team in tackles this year with 101 and Davis is second with 78 despite missing two games with injuries. ”I hope he stays, but it’s a tough league,” Marshall said. ”We’ve been losing, so that makes it even tougher. So, we’ll see what happens.” Added Davis: ”I love Denver, we’ll see how everything goes.” While players would rather be high draft picks than afterthoughts, Marshall said it means more to sign a lucrative second contract than a big rookie deal because those are based on potential instead of performance. ”Yeah, on what we’ve done,” Marshall said. ”Absolutely https://www.broncosfanstore.com/Tom-Jackson-Jersey , we’ve proven ourselves and they pay us as such. So, it’s definitely better to happen in your second contract that your first.” Davis was cut several times by the New Orleans Saints before coming to Denver, just like Marshall was cut many times by the Jacksonville Jaguars before making a name for himself with the Broncos. ”I think that’s one of the things that bonds us together so close,” Davis said. ”I think that his story is very similar to mine and we definitely both know what it means to be sitting at home or unsure of your football future. I think that’s why we work so hard together and work so well together, it’s because we really understand each other.” Marshall concurs, saying, ”Absolutely, we have things in common and that definitely helps. Todd’s a hard-working guy, he’s tough. He exhibits everything that an Ed Block Courage award winner would exhibit.” Marshall was drafted in the fifth round out of Nevada in 2012 but still had to make his way up from the practice squads in Jacksonville and Denver. Davis went undrafted out of Sacramento State and joined the Saints in June of 2014. Five months later, the Broncos claimed him off waivers from New Orleans and he played in six games for Denver down the stretch. He played in all 16 games the next two years and led the team in tackles last year. ”It’s been an amazing journey and I really feel blessed to be here,” Davis said. ”I think one of my biggest defining moments was being cut four or five times and then finally making it on a squad. I made a promise to myself that I would never be cut again. I never wanted to go back there, it was tough times. I’ve just been blessed and now I’m here.” That perseverance and determination shows in his play, coach Vance Joseph said. ”Todd is special. Todd is one of our best leaders,” Joseph said. ”Todd plays with injuries. Todd never complains. Todd is the same guy every day. Todd is an example of being a great pro. ”Through the good times and through the bad times, Todd has never changed. His work ethic has never changed. If it’s a walkthrough, Todd is full speed. Todd is what I want all of our guys to aspire to be.” —
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