1. Key for Chiefs could be stopping Denver's run game
By AP - Fox Sports
"The Denver Broncos have been plagued by their lack of a consistent running game on the road. The emergence of C.J. Anderson has shown them a glimpse of the possibilities with better balance, however.
They hope a more well-rounded attack can help them Sunday night when they visit the Kansas City Chiefs, who are looking to create a first-place tie in the AFC West." READ MORE…
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Photos from the last time the Chiefs played on Thanksgiving day.
2. Chiefs might get boost from return of Donnie Avery and his speed
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
" Much of the wide receiving attention has centered this week on the addition of veteran Jason Avant, who played for Andy Reid for several seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles.
But the Kansas City Chiefs could get a bigger immediate impact if another veteran receiver, Donnie Avery, can return to their lineup. Avery hasn't played since having surgery almost two months ago to repair a sports hernia. " READ MORE…
3. Chiefs safety Eric Berry gets support from his 'hero'
By Sam Mellinger - The Kansas City Star
" Brice Eidson likes basketball. He's the tallest boy in his seventh-grade class, but plays point guard and on the wing. He likes his dogs, particularly Tater, a chubby rat terrier. Brice has a friend down the gravel road in this rural area that's about a 90-minute drive south of Kansas City. Brice and this other boy go riding together, Brice in his dune buggy and his friend on a dirt bike.
Brice used to like Peyton Manning, but then the star quarterback left Indianapolis and, Brice's words here, "got old." " READ MORE…
4. Mixed signs for Chiefs on injury report
By Adam Teicher - ESPN.com
"The Kansas City Chiefs had changes on their injury report Thursday, some positive and others not.
Starting tight end Anthony Fasano (knee), reserve defensive lineman Kevin Vickerson (calf) and punter Dustin Colquitt (calf) made progress. Fasano and Vickerson were listed as limited practice participants after not participating a day earlier. Colquitt was a full participant after being limited Wednesday. " READ MORE…
5. Chiefs try to rectify slow starts ahead of Denver
By AP - FOX Sports
"By the time the Kansas City Chiefs pushed the pause button and looked at the scoreboard on Thursday night, they were already trailing the previously winless Oakland Raiders.
Not just trailing, either. They were in a 17-3 hole midway through the third quarter." READ MORE…
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