12/1 - It's been a tough three weeks for the Chiefs, this Sunday falling to the Broncos 35-28. On the flip side, other than a loss to New England last week, it's been a fantastic season in Denver. Peyton Manning racked up 403 yards and 5 TDs in the win, and the Chiefs just couldn't find a way to stop Eric Decker. The receiver had 174 yards through the air and four touchdowns in the win, while Dwayne Bowe's 56 yards led Kansas City. The win over KC puts the Broncos one game above them in first place.
11/24 - The Patriots and Broncos playing against each other meant it was Manning vs. Brady one more time, and there's no way this game wasn't going into overtime. Denver came out to a huge 24-0 lead at halftime, but Brady led the Patriots back on a furious comeback, scoring 31 unanswered to lead 31-24 late in the game. After the Broncos were able to tie it, they went into an OT period that almost ended in a tie before a punt was muffed and the Pats converted an easy 31-yard FG to win the game.
11/17 - The Broncos are now tied for the lead in the AFC West, handing the Kansas City Chiefs their first loss of the season at Mile High on Sunday night. The 27-17 win over KC puts both teams at 9-1, but it's the Broncos that occupy first place due to the tiebreaker. It was 17-10 at halftime, but Montee Ball pushed into the end zone from 8 yards out and Matt Prater kicked a field goal to make it 27-10 mid way through the fourth quarter. Manning went 24-for-40 for 323 yards and a TD, while Alex Smith threw two touchdowns of his own.
11/10 - Peyton Manning hit Demaryius Thomas for three touchdowns on consecutive drives to lead the Broncos to a 28-20 win to keep Denver step for step with the undefeated Chiefs, who they'll face next week. The win over San Deigo was done through the air, as Manning also found Julius Thomas for a 74-yard TD. No Broncos scoring drive took more than 3:24. Knowshon Moreno chipped in 65 yards on the ground.