KANSAS CITY, MO - DECEMBER 24: Quarterback Kyle Orton #8 of the Kansas City Chiefs rolls out against the Oakland Raiders during the first half on December 24, 2011 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. (Photo by Peter Aiken/Getty Images)
The Broncos and their peculiar offense play host Kyle Orton and a Chiefs team struggling to score points.
The Denver Broncos (8-7) hope to finish their regular season with a playoff appearance-clinching victory over Kyle Orton and the Kansas City Chiefs (6-9). With Tim Tebow looking to regain his 4th Quarter magic on Sunday, the Broncos enter the game losers of two straight.
With a win or an Oakland Raiders loss, the Broncos will clinch the top seed of the AFC West division. The Broncos sport the league's top rushing offense with 161.1 yards per game entering the final week of the 2011 NFL Regular Season. Meanwhile, the Broncos passing offense ranks as second worst, averaging only 140.5 yards per game.
Overall, the Broncos are the league's lone team to rush for more yards (2416) than they gained via pass (2392) in 2011. The Chiefs, meanwhile, have scored the second-fewest points in the league with just 205, despite QB Kyle Orton averaging over 315 passing yards per game.
Game Date/Time: Sunday, January 1, 2:15 p.m. MST
Location: Mile High Stadium
TV Schedule: CBS
TV Distribution Map: the506.com
Radio Schedule: 850 KOA, KJMN 92.1, KMXA 1090, Sirius 86