The Kansas City Chiefs football score against the Denver Broncos was twenty nine to nineteen in a win. The Denver Broncos turned the ball over five total times in this game. Trevor Siemian threw three interceptions.
Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Jamaal Charles fumbled for the Denver Broncos in the first quarter. Also, Denver’s special teams fumbled a punt return. Amazingly enough Denver scored a touchdown late in the fourth quarter to pulle with in seven points.
Trevor Siemian looked aweful to me in my dogmatic subjective perspective. Kansas City turned the ball over twice. Alex Smith still has yet to throw an interception this season.
However, Denvers defense kept this game from turning into a blowout. Kansas City gained only seventy nine yards rushing. Meanwhile Denver gained one hundred seventy seven yards.
Kansas City rookie running back Kareem Hunt only managed forty six yards rushing on twenty two carries. Alex Smith was limited to two hundred two yards passing. The Denver Broncos fell behind early fourteen to nothing.
I figured this game was over since Denver struggled passing the ball for the fifth straight week. However, yet again their defense gave them a chance late into the fourth quarter. Kansas City called a trick play that was intercepted in the end zone.
They could have scored to make it seventeen or twenty one to nothing. Denver falls to three wins with four losses. Kansas City improves to six wins with two losses. Denver is in second place trailing the Chiefs in the American Football Conference western division.
Denver does NOT look like a playoff caliber team with as many problems on offense as they have. My only question is how much longer is Trevor Siemian going to start at the quarterback position? To me Denver’s offensive line is not their biggest problem.
They played well enough to dominate Kansas City on the ground.
Aaron B. is the creator of Sports Recaps, host of the Sports Recaps podcast, and blogger at SportsRecaps.com. He grew up a huge sports fan in the Denver, Colorado area. Now he blogs about sporting events and creates recaps for you.