Chiefs vs Broncos Odds, Trends & Spreads

Chiefs-Broncos Spread

The Kansas City Chiefs made history when they won Super Bowl LIV in February 2020. Their last Super Bowl win was in 1970, indicating 50 years of separated NFL championships for the Kansas City franchise.

The Chiefs almost made it to the Super Bowl in 1998. However, the Denver Broncos pulled a playoff upset and won the NFL title.

NFL fans know the two AFC West teams have championship experiences. How do you determine which squad is better?

Broncos-Chiefs: All-Time Trends

September 7, 1963:The Kansas City Chiefs gave the Denver Broncos their worst defeat in franchise history, 59-7. The Chiefs’ quarterback Len Dawson threw four touchdown passes during that game.

September 17, 2015:Kansas City led the matchup 24-17 with only 2:27 remaining. However, QB Peyton Manning of the Broncos orchestrated an 80-yard drive. His moves ended with a 19-yard TD pass to wide receiver Emmanuel Sanders. He tied the game with 36 seconds on the clock.

The Denver Broncos ended the Chiefs’ hopes for overtime when linebacker Brandon Marshall forced Kansas’ running back Jamaal Charles to fumble. Denver’s cornerback Bradley Roby picked the ball up and ran toward the end zone for the win.

October 17, 1994:Quarterbacks John Elway of the Broncos and Joe Montana of the Chiefs squared off on Monday Night Football. Elway scored on a four-yard QB draw to put Denver up 28-24 with 1:29 remaining.

However, Montana responded with a drive ending in a five-yard TD pass to Kansas’ wide receiver Willie Davis with eight seconds left. The Chiefs won the matchup, 31-28.

January 4, 1998:The Chiefs and the Broncos split their regular-season games. Kansas City had a 13-3 record. Meanwhile, Denver finished 12-4 and secured a wild card berth.

The two AFC West teams met in the AFC Divisional Round for their only playoff meeting. The Broncos won the matchup and then defeated the Green Bay Packers in the finals to snatch their first Super Bowl championship.

September 17, 1990: Fullback Christian Okoye of the Chiefs plowed through defenses during his six seasons in the NFL.

During the Chiefs-Broncos 1990 matchup, Denver’s Steve Atwater knocked down the 250-pound Okoye. This memorable scene made it to the NFL’s 100 Greatest Plays. The Broncos won the game, 24-23.

Chiefs vs. Broncos: Stats Last Season

2020 NFL Week 13

The Denver Broncos put up a good fight against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday Night Football.

The Broncos played well during the Week 13 matchup. Their defense even held the Chiefs to five field goals, and their offense also looked promising. Still, their effort wasn’t enough to beat a team as good as the Chiefs.

Denver’s decision to punt the ball away to Kansas’ QB Patrick Mahomes with six minutes left was all the Chiefs needed. Mahomes drove down the field to eat up the clock and steal the victory from the Broncos.

Denver fought hard, but with the game on the line, the Broncos played it safe, costing them any opportunity they had to win the matchup. The Chiefs once again proved their might, 22-16.

Chiefs-Broncos: Week 13 Game Leaders

Passing Yards

Denver’s Drew Lock 15-28, 151 yards, two TDs, two interceptions

Kansas’ Patrick Mahomes 25-40, 318 yards, one TD

Rushing Yards

Denver’s Melvin Gordon III 15 CAR, 131 YDS

Kansas’ Le’Veon Bell 11 CAR, 40 YDS

Receiving Yards

Denver’s Noah Fant 4 REC, 57 YDS,

Kansas’ Travis Kelce 8 REC, 136 YDS, one TD


CAR - carries

YDS - ​​total rushing yards

REC - total receiving yards

TD - touchdown

Chiefs vs. Broncos: Betting Trends

2020 NFL Week 13

The Kansas City Chiefs were the opening favorites over the Denver Broncos in Week 13 on Sunday Night Football at Arrowhead Stadium.

The Chiefs were 13.5-point favorites. Before the Week 13 matchup, the moneyline was at -834 for Kansas City and +540 for the underdog Denver. On the other hand, the over/under point was set at 49.5 points.

When the two teams first met in Week 7, the matchup was a Kansas City blowout, 43-16. The Broncos were not at full strength because Phillip Lindsay and Bryce Callahan were both injured.

Denver also had a quarterback situation. They had no choice but to start practice squad receiver Kendall Hinton at QB due to Drew Lock’s COVID-19 exposure.

During Denver’s blowout game with the New Orleans Saints, Hinton only completed one pass. He also threw more interceptions than completions.

NFL Picks: Why the Chiefs Could Cover

The Kansas City Chiefs had AFC Offensive Player Tyreek Hill, who had an incredible performance against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

Hill had seven interceptions, 203 YDS, and two TDs in the first quarter alone. He completed with career highs in catches (13), YDS (269), and TDs (three).

Tyreek Hill also made ten catches for 215 YDS and two TDs during the Chiefs 2018 matchup against the Los Angeles Rams. He’s the sixth player in NFL history with two career games of ten receptions, 200 YDS, and two scores.

The former University of West Alabama player led the league with 13 TD catches. He’s tied with Dalvin Cook of the Minnesota Vikings for the first in total touchdowns at 14.

Chiefs-Broncos: How to Bet

For the 2021 NFL season, you can bet on the moneyline if you think either the Chiefs or the Broncos can win outright. Check out their odds here to help you decide.

You may also try prop betting that revolves around an individual player’s performance. For instance, you can bet on Tom Brady of the Buccaneers if you like how he plays. Rookie first-round pick Jerry Jeudy of the Broncos is also promising.

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What’s more, the website features updates about the training camp, NFL draft picks, and past MVP awardees.

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