Sunday, November 30, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. CT on NBC
Parking & Stadium Gate Times
3:00p.m. – Parking lot gates open
5:00p.m. – Scout Investments Club Level gates open
6:00p.m. – Stadium gates open
6:30p.m. – First pregame signal will sound indicating one hour until kickoff
Records to Watch- In his career, RB Jamaal Charles has recorded 248 receptions, ranking fourth in franchise history for most receptions by a running back. He needs 4 more receptions to pass Priest Holmes (251).
- LB Justin Houston has 39.5 career sacks, ranking ninth in franchise history. He needs 1 more to pass Bill Maas (40.0) for most career sacks in team history.
Kansas City holds a 56-53 (.514) all-time advantage over Denver in the 109 previous meetings between the two clubs (108 regular season, one postseason).
The 56 Chiefs wins against the Broncos are the club's second-highest win total against any individual opponent (57 vs. Oakland Raiders). The two clubs have split their season series eight of the last 11 seasons.
Kansas City holds a 24-18 (.571) margin against Denver at Arrowhead Stadium. The Chiefs will meet the Broncos for the third time in history on Sunday Night Football. Overall, this will be the 11th primetime contest between Kansas City and Denver with each team having won five matchups.
Take a look through the Chiefs vs. Broncos history.
TV CoverageNBC (KSHB Local)
Play-by-Play: Al Michaels
Color Analyst: Chris Collinsworth
RadioChiefs Spanish Radio - La Gran D (1340 AM)
Play-by-Play: Enrique Morales
Color: Oscar Monterroso
Sideline: Ricardo Soto
Chiefs FOX Football Radio Network - KCFX (101.1 FM)
Play-by-Play: Mitch Holthus
Color Analyst: Len Dawson
Sideline: Kendall Gammon
Chiefs Postgame Show
KCFX (101.1 FM)
KCFX Hosts: Art Hains, Len Dawson, Dan Israel and Kendall Gammon
Receive score updates with the free Chiefs App.
Visit kcchiefs.com for live play-by-plays, stats and info, plus a game day blog, along with videos and photos.
You can also watch the game on-demand after its conclusion using the NFL's Game Rewind package.
If you will be joining us at Arrowhead Stadium this weekend, take a look at the activities around the stadium and what to expect once you are in your seats. Tailgating and Fan Fun
Chiefs Kingdom Food Drive
- The Chiefs, Farmland Foods and Hy-Vee have joined forces for the Chiefs Kingdom Food Drive benefitting Harvesters. Bring non-perishable food items to the game and volunteers from Farmland, Harvesters and members of the Chiefs Women's Organization will be accepting donations at bins located outside Arrowhead Stadium gates.
- Harvesters' most needed food items include canned vegetables, canned fruit, boxed meals (Hamburger Helper, Pasta Roni, etc.), canned meat, canned tuna, peanut butter, canned soup and cereal (hot and cold).
- Fans can also donate through the virtual food drive, which can be found at kcchiefs.com/fooddrive, or through text-to-give. Text CHIEFS to 31996.
Ford Fan Experience
- It's fun for kids and adults at the Ford Fan Experience! Stop by this interactive area located inside Gate G. The Ford Fan Experience will open at 4:00 p.m. and will remain open until the end of the third quarter.
- This is a great family friendly location with inflatable games, a photo booth, and face painting. Susie and Warpaint, Chiefs Cheerleaders and KC Wolf will stop by prior to kickoff.
Be on the lookout for these festivities once you're in your seats.
- To kick things off, five US Army Silver Wings will be parachuting through the sky to deliver the game ball to Officer Paul Clark, KCPD.
- Jessica Harp, Grammy-Nominee and Kansas City native will be performing the national anthem, while 50 Chiefs Season Ticket Members hold the Arrowhead Flag on the field.
- Leading fans in the drum ceremony this week will be actor and Kansas City native, Eric Stonestreet.
- During the game, the Chiefs will honor this week's Hometown Hero, Lieutenant Sean McIntosh, Former Navy Seal.
- Don't forget to buy a 50/50 raffle ticket on Sunday! One lucky fan wins half of the net proceeds raised throughout the game and the other half of the net proceeds are donated to a local charity through the Hunt Family Foundation, a nonprofit organization.
- This week's beneficiary is Harvesters Community Food Network.
The halftime entertainment will be the NFL's Punt, Pass & Kick exhibition game with 40 participants ranging in age from 6-15years old.
Be sure to arrive early and take note of the new parking procedures, which can be found at goarrowhead.com/parking.
- An hour before kickoff and again at 15 minutes prior to kickoff fireworks will light the sky and the Tomahawk Chop will be heard throughout the parking lots and the stadium. When you hear these signals, wrap up your tailgate and head inside the stadium as to be sure you will make it to your seats before kickoff!
Be All Clear
- The NFL Bag Policy will remain in effect for the 2014 season. Bags that are permitted in Arrowhead Stadium are clear plastic, vinyl or PVC and do not exceed 12" x 6" x 12." Official Chiefs branded tote bags are available through club merchandise outlets or at shop.kcchiefs.com, or a one-gallon clear zip-seal bag (Ziploc bag or similar).
- Small clutch bags that do not exceed 4.5" x 6.5", with or without a handle or strap, may be carried into the stadium along with one of the clear bag options.
WiFi and Chiefs Mobile App
- Chiefs fans will have access to Wi-Fi inside the stadium under the name "Arrowhead Wi-Fi"
- A fully integrated mobile experience is also available through the Chiefs Mobile App. This app can be downloaded through Apple's App Store or Google Play Market for Android devices. More info here. You can upgrade your seats, listen to the play calls, check out photos and see the status of the 50/50 raffle.
- Sprint is providing mobile device charging stations around Arrowhead for fans to stop by and charge their mobile devices. Check with the nearest Fans First Booth presented by Sprint to find the closest charging station to your seats.