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Good morning everyone. NJ Chiefs Fan is having some internet troubles so Arrowheadlines is coming from me today. Enjoy (four hours late)....

Broncos' Orton, Chiefs' Cassel developing as QBs - The Denver Post
Hall of Fame quarterback Len Dawson calls Kyle Orton "my guy," since both attended Purdue and both were the Boilermakers' starting quarterback in their collegiate careers. Dawson also spent his storied career with the Chiefs, is a radio analyst for the team and adds that "I've really enjoyed watching this team and (Chiefs quarterback) Matt Cassel improve and play." And Sunday he sees a tale of two quarterbacks, one with a running game — Cassel — and one without — Orton.

Chiefs vs Broncos: What's at stake? | Upon Further Review
The main incentive for KC has nothing (or very little) to do with Denver and everything to do with Oakland and San Diego. The Chiefs loss to the Raiders last Sunday reduced the division lead to only a half game over Oakland and one and a half over San Diego. Both are taking on Bye City Sunday. Should KC lose, they would be tied with Oakland, but it would only be a mirage. The Chiefs would be 1-2 in the division, while the Raiders would be 3-0 and have at least half the head-to-head tiebreaker in the bank.

Chiefs to help Salvation Army kick off holiday season - KansasCity.com
Two of the newest Kansas City Chiefs will help the Salvation Army kick off the holiday season downtown. First-round draft pick Eric Berry, a safety, and cornerback Javier Arenas will help turn on the lights at the City Lights ceremony at 6 p.m. Thursday at Barney Allis Plaza. The annual lighting event is the official kickoff of the Salvation Army’s Christmas Campaign.

Inside The Enemy Camp: Denver Broncos | Arrowhead Addict | A Kansas City Chiefs blog
PO: Life was bright and sunny during the beginning of last season. Even a torrential downpour couldn’t rain on Denver’s 6-0 parade. That was the problem right there. The Broncos started celebrating too early and then finished 2-8 after that. Going 4-14 since the undefeated start to last season has fans calling for McDaniels’ head on a platter

NFL Picks, Week 10: Kansas City Chiefs Vs. Denver Broncos - SBNation.com
The Chiefs are 1-2.5 point favorites, and even in some places, depending on where you look. If the Chiefs stick to what they do best, it's hard to see how they don't come away with a win. The Chiefs often have trouble in Denver so it will be a close game but I'll take the Chiefs by a field goal.

Chiefs still the best bet in wacky AFC West - NFL News | FOX Sports on MSN
The Chiefs are 5-3 and should win their next four. After they beat the Broncos, it’s the Cards at home, in Seattle, and then home against the Broncos. Then it is the Chargers and Rams on the road, before finishing up with games at their great home-field advantage at Arrowhead taking on the Titans and Raiders.