Broncos vs Chiefs Live Where & How To Watch Broncos vs Chiefs Live Stream NFL Online In 25 th Dec, 2016.Top Match Broncos vs Chiefs Live 24/7. The Oakland Raiders enter Week 16 of the 2016 NFL season sitting atop the AFC West, Broncos vs Chiefs Live Stream but the upcoming “Sunday Night Football” game might ultimately determine the division winner. The Denver Broncos host the Kansas City Chiefs in a battle of two second-place teams.

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Date : Sunday 25th November 2016
Time : 8:30 PM ET On NBC

First, take two 7-3 teams in the same division as the 8-2 Oakland Raiders. Second, make them play each other at the Sports Authority Field (aka Mile High Stadium.) Add some bad blood and voila! It’s one of the most epic matches of the NFL season, as the Denver Broncos host the Kansas City Chiefs in what could be a major turning point for either of these teams. The game is set for 8:30 PM ET so sit yourself down to watch every thrilling second.

Two AFC West rivals will take the field in a primetime showdown that will solidify one team’s playoff standing and leave the other twisting in the wind. The 7-3 Kansas City Chiefs will travel west for a pivotal matchup with the 7-3 Denver Broncos on Sunday Night Football.

The AFC West has staked a claim as the NFL’s toughest division this fall. Three teams — Kansas City, Denver, and Oakland — have seven wins or more in 2016. Only the NFC East has more than one team that can claim the same. While the Raiders held down the top spot after Week 11, the Chiefs and Broncos were in prime position to vie for the conference’s two wild card spots.

However, the loser of Sunday night’s game could be in trouble. At 7-4, the West’s third-place team will have to fend off a challenge from an ascendant Miami squad. The Dolphins turned a 1-4 start into a 6-4 record behind a revitalized offense led by tailback Jay Ajayi. They host a 1-9 49ers team on Sunday, and a win will give them a stake in the conference’s second wild card spot.

Benefiting from their late bye week, several players are healthy again, most notably cornerback Aqib Talib (back), defensive end Derek Wolfe (elbow), linebacker Brandon Marshall (hamstring), fullback Andy Janovich (hand) and quarterback Trevor Siemian (shoulder).

The Chiefs are coming off a 19-17 loss at home to Tampa Bay that ended the five-game winning streak they put together coming off their bye in Week 5.