Snow can play a factor in any football game and the Denver Broncos are no strangers to it. Can they pull off the win in their final road game of 2019?
Drew Lock’s homecoming game in Kansas City has been filled with snowy conditions at Arrowhead Stadium. And it seems to have impacted the Denver Broncos on offense. It started off with a near disaster as Colby Wadman nearly dropped the ball and turned it over.
Luckily, he was able to pick it up and punt the ball away. Denver has rarely had the football on offense, which has resulted in a limited amount of yards. The passing game has been quiet in this game. But that might be due to the snow.
Denver has 101 yards on offense in this game. Hopefully they can get better adjusted to the snow and get things together. Shelby Harris has recorded two snow angel sacks today, if you were asking how the defensive line was doing.
As for the Kansas City Chiefs, they were able to drive down the field and score a touchdown on their first drive. But are we really surprised? But since that touchdown, the Chiefs have not been able to do much.
Harrison Butker has recorded two field goals since the touchdown. But not a lot of offense has been produced on either side. Kansas City has used longer drives to get their points.
Denver was able to get a solid drive towards the end of the second quarter that led to a Brandon McManus field goal.
If Denver is going to get the win against Kansas City, the team needs to get some offense going. More drives like the one towards the end of that second quarter. And they certainly need some big plays like the Drew Lock to Noah Fant connection on fourth down.
The Chiefs will get the football to start the second half. Here is hoping for win number three in a row. Go Broncos!