With the Denver Broncos win over the Kansas City Chiefs 38-3, both teams have clinched drastically different results that goes further than the box score.
KANSAS CITY CHIEFS – The 2-14 season record might mean the end of the Romeo Crennel head coaching era. Crennel said he has no idea what lies ahead, but he acknowledges that Sunday’s game against the Broncos was probably the worst game of the season. The loss solidify the Chiefs No. 1 pick in the 2013 NFL Draft, but with the good comes the bad…this year’s draft class doesn’t have a franchise quarterback like last year (where Andrew Luck, Robert Griffin III and Russell Wilson came out of and shocked the NFL) and a quarterback is what they need more than anything.
DENVER BRONCOS – Might be the best team in the league right now and won 11 games in a row. The win over the Chiefs and the Houston Texans loss to the Indianapolis Colts secured the Broncos as the No. 1 seed and will have home-field advantage throughout the playoffs. Denver gets a bye during wild-card weekend and will host the lowest remaining seed on divisional weekend.
Written by – Arnold Glass II – AFC West Writer