Who Won the Football Game Between Kansas City and Denver?

The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Denver Broncos 30-6 on Sunday Night Football.

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The Kansas City Chiefs defeated the Denver Broncos 30-6 on Sunday Night Football in Week 13 of the 2020 NFL season. The Chiefs got out to a big lead early and never looked back, as they cruised to an easy victory.

Kansas City’s Offense

The Kansas City Chiefs offense was too much for the Denver Broncos defense as the Chiefs won 27-17. The Chiefs had 443 yards of offense, including 303 passing yards and 140 rushing yards. The Broncos had just 271 yards of offense, including 161 passing yards and 110 rushing yards.

Denver’s Defense

Denver’s defense intercepted three passes from Kansas City quarterback Patrick Mahomes and forced a fumble to help the Broncos beat the Chiefs 26-23 on Sunday.

Kansas City’s Defense

Kansas City’s defense was the star of the show in their victory over Denver. The unit forced four turnovers, including two interceptions of Broncos quarterback Case Keenum. The Chiefs also sacked Keenum three times and held Denver’s offense to just 13 points.

Denver’s Offense

The Denver Broncos have a strong offense, and they showed it off in their game against the Kansas City Chiefs. The Broncos had touchdown drives of 80, 90, and 60 yards, and they also had a field goal drive of 50 yards. Denver’s offense is led by quarterback Peyton Manning, who is one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. Manning has a lot of weapons to work with, including wide receivers Demaryius Thomas and Emmanuel Sanders.

Special Teams

Both teams had their moments on special teams. Denver’s DaeSean Hamilton had a 46-yard punt return in the first quarter, leading to a field goal, while Brandon McManus hit all three of his field goals, including a 53-yarder. But it was Kansas City that made the biggest splash on special teams. rookie Mecole Hardman had a 101-yard kickoff return for a touchdown in the second quarter and Harrison Butker kicked five field goals, including two from 51 yards.


The final score of the game was Kansas City 24, Denver 10.

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