DENVER (5-8) AT KANSAS CITY (9-4)Sunday https://www.broncoslockerroom.com/authentic-drew-lock-jersey , 1 p.m. ET, CBSOPENING LINE — Chiefs by 9 1/2RECORD VS. SPREAD — Broncos 8-5, Chiefs 8-5SERIES RECORD — Chiefs lead 64-55LAST MEETING — Chiefs beat Broncos 30-6, Sept. 17LAST WEEK — Broncos beat Texans 38-24; Chiefs beat Patriots 23-16AP PRO32 RANKING — Broncos No. 21, Chiefs No. 4 (tie)BRONCOS OFFENSE — OVERALL (27), RUSH (18), PASS (29)BRONCOS DEFENSE — OVERALL (12), RUSH (21), PASS (6)CHIEFS OFFENSE — OVERALL (6), RUSH (27), PASS (4)CHIEFS DEFENSE — OVERALL (20), RUSH (28), PASS (12)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Chiefs have won eight straight in series. ... Broncos' last win at Arrowhead Stadium was Nov. 30, 2014. ... Broncos QB Drew Lock was first NFL rookie to throw for 300 yards and three TDs in road debut last week vs. Texans. His 309 yards were third highest by rookie in franchise history. ... SS Kareem Jackson returned fumble 70 yards for TD last week, fifth-longest return in Broncos history. ... Broncos' Noah Fant is among six rookie TEs in NFL history with multiple 100-yard receiving games. ... Broncos LB Von Miller (104) needs one sack to pass Kevin Carter and Neil Smith for 27th on NFL sacks list. ... Chiefs are 23-2 vs AFC West over last 25 games. ... Chiefs coach Andy Reid reached 100 career road wins last week vs New England. He has 216 total. ... Reid would break Marty Schottenheimer's franchise record of four straight 10-win seasons with victory. ... Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes has thrown three interceptions in 392 attempts this season. ... Chiefs TE Travis Kelce has streak of 92 games with catch. He needs 11 yards receiving for fourth straight 1,000-yard season. ... WR Mecole Hardman (6) needs one TD reception to set Chiefs rookie record. ... Chiefs RB LeSean McCoy needs 181 yards rushing to pass O.J. Simpson (11,236) for 21st on NFL career list. ... Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill needs 85 yards receiving to hit 4,000 for career. ... Fantasy tip: Keep eye on forecast for Sunday with temps in 20s and snow showers expected. It could have big impact on skill players such as Mahomes Dalton Risner Jersey , Lock and Hill. Broncos linebacker Von Miller was a second-team All-Pro this year. And Broncos edge rusher Von Miller was also a second-team All-Pro this year.The All-Pro team, voted on by 50 members of the media, officially lists Miller as a second-team All-Pro at two different positions. But that doesn’t make a lot of sense: The All-Pro team should be a team of players who could actually line up on the field together. Until we invent a cloning machine, Von Miller can only line up at one position.The simple solution would be for the AP to place players on the All-Pro team only at one position, and if a player receives votes at two positions, count all of his votes toward the position at which he received the most votes. For Miller, who got 12 votes as an edge rusher and seven votes as a linebacker, that would mean treating him as if he received 19 votes as an edge rusher. Chiefs receiver Tyreek Hill got six votes as a wide receiver, the position he actually plays. He also got 22 votes, the most of anyone, at the “flex” All-Pro position, where voters are asked to name an additional wide receiver, running back, tight end or fullback. And he got six votes as a special teamer, even though he barely plays special teams. That resulted in Hill being a first-team All-Pro flex and a second-team All-Pro wide receiver. He was third in voting as a special teamer.Chargers safety Derwin James is listed as first-team All-Pro at safety, as well as second team All-Pro at “defensive back,” the catchall category where voters are allowed to choose an extra cornerback or safety. It was a positive development when the AP started allowing voters to choose a fifth defensive back, because that accurately reflects how often NFL defenses line up with nickel personnel. But adding a fifth defensive back shouldn’t result in some players splitting their votes between “safety” and “defensive back.”Texans defensive lineman J.J. Watt was first-team All-Pro as an edge rusher and second-team All-Pro as an interior lineman. And Bears linebacker Khalil Mack was first-team All-Pro as an edge rusher and just missed being second-team All-Pro as a linebacker.Being selected All-Pro is one of the highest honors an NFL player can receive. The voting process should reflect that.