Limited Womens Robert Mathis Jersey The Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos will square off in the Mile High City on Sunday night, playing in front of a primetime audience.
Prove-It Week has finally arrived for the Chiefs. KC players have no doubt been yearning for respect as the league’s last remaining undefeated bunch, and Lord knows their fans have. Sunday at Mile High, it’s all in front of them: knock off the Broncos and they’ll reel in the plaudits while taking pole position for home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. Alex Smith will have to play even better than Philip Rivers did last Sunday to exploit the Broncos’ troubles with precision passing, and the Chiefs’ secondary has to stick long enough for Houston and Hali to get home. They’ll also need to avoid the Big Receiver Blues that they endured against Dez Bryant and Josh Gordon in trying to contain a white-hot Demaryius Thomas. This one’s going to be fun.
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After a Saturday marathon of MTV’s 16 and Pregnant, Ravens DB James Ihedigbo got confused on a fourth-quarter Hail Mary and went for the “Knock It Up” gambit rather than the time-honored “Knock It Down” approach. It was one of the only bad defensive moments for the Ravens, though, as they forced the Red Rifle Squirt Gun into a trio of turnovers. The Ravens’ run game looks broken beyond repair, but if their secondary plays to its potential, they could set themselves up for a run if Joe Flacco can pull a Double Eli and play over his head again during the right stretch of games.