The Broncos are a great matchup for Smith, but don't expect the Chiefs to deviate too much from what has worked this year.
Charles will be counted on to have a big day against a Denver defense that has allowed the 10th-most fantasy points per game to running backs.
Neither the Chiefs nor the NFL is going to discipline Dwayne Bowe before this game, so apply the consideration you'd normally give him.
Dwayne Bowe won't be disciplined this week for his arrest, so any owner looking for Avery to get some extra targets should look elsewhere.
McCluster had a touchdown catch two games ago and then a glaring drop the week after. He does add a degree of daring to the Chiefs offense.
Fasano is not of any concern to the fantasy community.
Succop could benefit from the thin air in Denver this weekend.
For once, the Chiefs are not a must-start defense. In fact, I'd bench them against the Broncos, even with Peyton Manning nursing a sore ankle.
Let's see how Manning does against a defense ranked No. 1 in the league by Pro Football Focus. I think he'll be just fine.
Kansas City is vulnerable against the run, allowing five yards per carry. Look for the Broncos to lean on Moreno a bit more than usual.
Ball appears to have supplanted Ronnie Hillman as the No. 2, but his role still isn't significant enough to warrant fantasy consideration.
Welker was a no-show last week, but he remains a guy you start without question.
Thomas hogged the spotlight -- and the stats -- last week, catching seven passes for 108 yards and three scores. He's a great play every week.
Decker disappointed with just three catches for 52 yards against the Chargers last week. Get him back in your lineup against the Chiefs.
Thomas played through injury last week and pleased his owners right off the bat with a 74-yard touchdown. Play him as usual.
Prater only got on the field for extra points last week. That should change against a strong Kansas City defense.
The Broncos win games on offense. Similarly, fantasy owners win games with Denver's offensive players, not its defense.
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