Denver Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson (97) arrived to help strong safety T.J. Ward (43) sack Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) in the first quarter Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium. The Broncos beat the Chiefs 29-16 to retain sole possession of first place in the AFC West.
Denver Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson (97) arrived to help strong safety T.J. Ward (43) sack Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) in the first quarter Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium. The Broncos beat the Chiefs 29-16 to retain sole possession of first place in the AFC West. JOHN SLEEZER Kansas City Star
Denver Broncos defensive end Malik Jackson (97) arrived to help strong safety T.J. Ward (43) sack Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith (11) in the first quarter Sunday night at Arrowhead Stadium. The Broncos beat the Chiefs 29-16 to retain sole possession of first place in the AFC West. JOHN SLEEZER Kansas City Star

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