Broncos will try to beat the Chiefs for the 2nd time this season as the 2011 regular season comes to an end. The Broncos are trying to earn a playoff spot, while the Chiefs are playing for pride.

Bronco Gameday – Kansas City Chiefs


The 2011 regular season comes to an end today when the 6-9 Kansas City Chiefs visit the 8-7 Broncos.  For the Denver Broncos, this is in essence a playoff game – win and your season continues; lose and you need help from the San Diego Chargers in order to be in the playoffs.  In addition to making the playoffs and winning the organizations 11th AFC West title, a win today will prove the Broncos can rise up and win the games they have to in order to advance.  Recently, that has been a task the Broncos could not accomplish.  Today’s game marks the 103rd time these two teams have met.  The Broncos home record in this series is 32-19.  Although the Broncos have a winning home record against the Chiefs, two years ago the Chiefs visited with similar circumstances at stake for the Broncos and the Chiefs easily handled the Broncos 44-24.  Hopefully today the results will be different.

For those individuals beginning their new year at Sports Authority Field at Mile High Stadium, I’ve listed the gameday events and times below.


The game will be broadcast on the following television or radio stations:

  • CBS (Jim Nantz: play-by-play; Phil Simms: color commentary)
  • Local radio – 850 KOA Radio (Dave Logan: play-by-play; Brian Griese: color commentary; Andy Lihahl:  sideline reports)
  • National radio – Westwood One Radio Sports (Kevin  Kugler: play-by-play; Mark Malone:  color commentary)

National Anthem: Evan Dalrymple

Color Guard: 7 Groups- Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines,  Coast Guard, Police & Fire

TIMELINE OF EVENTS (all times shown are in Mountain Time)

12:00 – Gates open

1:48 – Players leave the field

1:49 – Stampede/Broncos Fight Song

1:51 – Game Ball Delivery

1:52 – Supercuts Roll to the Goal Championship

1:54 – Youth football salute

1:58 – Football University jersey presentation

1:59 – Coca-Cola $125,000 contest

2:01 – Thunderstorm skydivers

2:03 – Parade of Colors

2:06 – Chiefs intros

2:07 – Broncos intros

2:10 – National Anthem

2:13 – Coin Toss

2:15 – Kickoff

Half-time entertainment: Bud Light Bottle Race and High  School Football Salute

Go Broncos!

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