Kansas City Chiefs vs Denver Broncos Live Stream & TV Channel NFL 2018 Full HD
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Week 4 of the 2018 NFL season has already been the most exciting week of the year. Incredibly, the league’s most exciting team through the first three weeks hasn’t even played yet.
Patrick Mahomes and the Kansas City Chiefs are the highest-flying show on TV this season, and they’re set to take on their division rival Denver Broncos in Denver on “Monday Night Football.”
The Chiefs and Broncos seemingly always play wild games when they get together for primetime contests, and this should should be no different.
Considering the stakes — Kansas City is looking to move to 4-0 and stake out a huge division lead, while the Broncos are attempting to tie the Chiefs’ record at 3-1 and move into first place by virtue of the tiebreaker — it should be extremely interesting to watch (8:20 p.m., ESPN) how it all goes down. What should we be looking for? Read on to find out.
When the Broncos have the ball
The Chiefs’ defense has been — to be as kind as humanly possible — utterly terrible so far this season. Kansas City has yielded 6.7 yards per play, 30th in the NFL.
They’ve given up a touchdown or field goal on 48.4 percent of opponents’ drives, the worst figure in the league; and they’ve created a turnover on only 3.2 percent of drives, also the worst figure in the league.
And all this despite Kansas City’s opponents beginning drives with the worst average starting field position in all of football. Yeah, it’s that bad.
So, the Broncos have a pretty good chance to get their offense back on track after a sub-par performance against the Baltimore Ravens a week ago.
Case Keenum has looked extremely ordinary so far this season, completing only 61 percent of his passes at 6.9 yards per attempt while throwing three touchdowns against five interceptions.
But the Chiefs are allowing opponents to complete 66 percent of their passes at 8.0 yards per attempt, with eight touchdowns and just one interception.
They’ve gotten a sack on only 4.1 percent of opponent drop backs, the fourth-lowest rate in the league.