Football Night in America

Season 8 Episode 12

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

Aired Sunday 7:00 PM Nov 17, 2013 on NBC
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Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

The team presents highlights and analysis of Week 11 Sunday action and sets the stage for the Sunday night game between the Kansas City Chiefs and the Denver Broncos from Sports Authority Field at Mile High in Denver, Colorado.
The game report can be found here.

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      • Cris Collinsworth: It's possible that Kansas City could end up losing this game and still winning, if they knock Peyton around enough in this ball game. If they were to sprain his ankle, get some hits on him, whatever the case; because then you send them to New England, obviously very tough place to try to get a win, and then they have to come back to Kansas City. So, I would expect, I don't know, but I would expect, Kansas City to be fairly aggressive out here tonight, to take their shot at Peyton Manning and that ankle.

      • (on the possibility of Pittsburgh trading quarterback Ben Roethlisberger)
        Mike Florio: The issue here though is his contract. After this season, the Steelers will have to extend that deal for salary cap reasons and if Roethlisberger wants to be paid at the top of the market, we are talking about $20 million per year, the Steelers unlikely to go that high. They will have to work that out, but I'm told the Steelers want to keep Roethlisberger, and Roethlisberger wants to stay in Pittsburgh.

      • Bob Costas: The football world and the NBC family are mourning the loss this week of Todd Christensen (1956-2013), who died on Wednesday at age 57 due to complications following liver transplant surgery. A five-time Pro Bowler and two-time Super Bowl champion tight end for the Raiders, Christensen was a popular and colorful figure throughout his career, known for his intellect and his wide range of interests. After retiring, he brought his unique perspectives to the broadcast booth, where he called games for NBC in the 1990s.

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