Week 6 National Football League The season kicks off as the Kansas City Chiefs (4-1), led by Patrick Mahomes, take on the Russell Wilson-led Denver Broncos (1-1) at Arrowhead Stadium. -4) Start a duel.
The Chiefs finished fourth last season Our latest NFL power rankingsslide over minnesota vikings Remaining first in the division in Week 5 while the Broncos were beaten by double digits at home new york jets.
Chiefs All-Pro tight end Travis Kelce (knee) had been questionable this week before Thursday’s tilt but was still in the game.
Here are the best moments!
Denver Broncos vs. Kansas City Chiefs
After Denver fumbled downfield in Kansas City territory, the Chiefs converted a field goal. The highlight of this drive came when Mahomes threw the ball to tight end Travis Kelce, who passed the ball laterally to tight end Noah Gray. Noah Gray).
Wilson was intercepted by Chiefs linebacker Nick Bolton on the ensuing possession, but Mahomes was then picked off by Broncos safety Justin Simmons in the red zone. After Denver punted, Kansas City took the ball into the red zone and appeared to be caught again, but failed to move the chains on a fake field goal run at the 6-yard line.
Chiefs find end zone
On third-and-goal, Mahomes found Kadarius Toney out wide, and the WR ran the ball in for the first touchdown of the game shortly before halftime.
Eight consecutive wins!
Chiefs defensive tackle Chris Jones made some moves late in the second half when he sacked Wilson to extend his eight-game streak with sacks.
From the depths!
At the end of the first half, Harrison Butker hit a 60-yard field goal to give the Chiefs a 13-0 lead. The Chiefs outgained the Broncos 227-94 in total yards in the first half.
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Before the game
Yes, she attended
Swift’s primetime appearance on “Arrowhead” marks her third Chiefs game in four weeks. (She missed the team’s Oct. 8 game against Minnesota.) Kansas City is 2-0 this season with Swift in attendance.
The Broncos activated TE Greg Dulcich, who was injured in Week 1, from IR before Thursday’s game.
Set the stage
Both teams dressed to impress ahead of Thursday’s kick-off.
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