AFC West Update: Broncos Won't Announce Starter, Chiefs Win Again


The Oakland Raiders traveled to the Mile High City and knocked off the Denver Broncos 15-12, handing Gary Kubiak's team just their third loss of the 2015 season.

Next on the docket for the Silver and Black is a home date with Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers Sunday at Coliseum. It's been a busy week around the division, so before we look ahead to Week 15, let's get you caught up on the happenings around the rest of the AFC West.



Who will start at quarterback for the Denver Broncos Sunday when they travel to Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers?

Head Coach Gary Kubiak isn't ready to finalize a starting quarterback just yet.

Since incumbent signal caller Peyton Manning has gone down with injury, Brock Osweiler has led the team to a 3-1 record, but Kubiak isn't ready to announce him as the starter for the Broncos next matchup.

In their loss to the Oakland Raiders, Osweiler completed 35 of 51 pass attempts for 308 yards.



Make it seven wins in a row for Andy Reid and the Kansas City Chiefs.

With the win, the Chiefs remain arguably the hottest team in the NFL, and pick up a game on the Broncos for the division lead.

Their most recent win came Sunday at home as they beat the San Diego Chargers 10-3 in a defensive battle at Arrowhead Stadium.

Next up for the Kansas City Chiefs is a road trip to Baltimore to take on the Ravens.



After beating the Jacksonville Jaguars Week 12, the San Diego Chargers have now once again lost back-to-back games.

Philip Rivers and Co., hit the road last week to take on the Kansas City Chiefs, losing 10-3 which dropped their record to 3-10 on the year.

While this season hasn't gone as the team would have liked or expected, they are still finding positives in defeat, namely the recent performance of wide receiver Javontee Herndon.

The Bolts will try to get back in the win column this week as they travel to Miami to face off against the Dolphins.

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