With a commanding lead, the Broncos decided to play it safe and run the ball most of the game. They would get one more score as Von Miller recorded his second sack of the game as he tackled Patrick Mahomes in the end zone for a safety after a beautiful punt from Marquette King.
King had a really good game as all but one of his punts was downed inside the Chiefs’ ten yard line. However, once again, the secondary for Denver was caught napping. The Mahomes to Watkins connection worked again as he found his receiver for the touchdown. Kansas City went for two but failed.
That would make the score 33-15. Kansas City would get one more chance to at least make things interesting after Denver was stripped of the football on a running play. But Bradley Roby put to bed any hopes of that as he recorded his second interception in as many weeks.
Denver would close the door and secure the big win.
Will Parks would be named the MVP of the game as his two turnovers helped lead to 14 points for the Broncos. The Denver defense held Kansas City to 18 yards on the ground for the game. While they did allow two big touchdown passes from Patrick Mahomes to Sammy Watkins, they were able to intercept him three times and sack him six times. They also forced a fumble.
Mahomes was rattled for a majority of the game. Four turnovers by the Chiefs quarterback. Another thing to note. Denver kept Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce quiet the entire game. Hill recorded three catches but did not break more than 15 yards. Kelce also had three catches, but did not do much with them.
Phillip Lindsay finished the game with 95 yards rushing on 20 carries. The Broncos running game and defense helped lead to victory.
In Madden, Denver is now 4-0.