Quarterback Peyton Manning left the Indianapolis Colts for the Denver Broncos in 2012, and in seven tries leading up to the evening of November 15, 2015, he beat the Chiefs every time.
But this was no regular division game. Manning faced history this time around. With 4 yards passing, he would become the all-time NFL passing leader, passing Brett Favre’s record of 71,838.
In a game dedicated to Manning, the Chiefs couldn’t worry about that.
With already five losses to their name (3-5), they had to keep the two-game winning streak going, and this would be a true test against an elite Broncos team at 7-1.
How would the Chiefs handle Manning and the Broncos in Denver needing a win? For that, we go to the Replay.