Broncos aim to continue winning streak against Chiefs

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(Bleacher Report) — What is typically a heated AFC West rivalry should be a one-sided affair when the scolding hot Denver Broncos roll into Arrowhead Stadium to take on the lowly 1-9 Kansas City Chiefs.

Nothing seems to be going right in KC, and major changes could be underway this offseason after the young and talented roster has failed to even approach expectations.

Peyton Manning will face a relatively stingy Chiefs secondary without the backfield support of typical starting RB Willis McGahee, who is dealing with a torn MCL and will not return until the postseason. The Broncos should be fine, though, thanks to a turnover-prone Chiefs team that has turned to 2011 Bronco Brady Quinn under center.

Here is a closer look at Sunday afternoon’s showdown, including a prediction as to how this game will play out.

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