Manning threw for just 150 yards and two scores against the Patriots last week. The master of adjustments should be ready for his second go-round with the Chiefs.
Moreno had 79 yards on 27 carries in the Broncos' first game against the Chiefs. The matchup is tough, but he remains an RB1 if he's healthy enough to start.
Ball succumbed to the fumbling beast last week, and that could nip his fantasy value in the bud once again.
Thomas had five catches for 121 yards in Denver's first game with Kansas City. You know the drill.
Decker had five catches for 71 yards in Denver's first game with Kansas City this year. Start him with confidence.
Welker didn't play as well as he expected in last week's game against his former team. Get him active as usual this week.
Thomas missed last week's game because of a knee injury, but it looks like he'll return this Sunday.
The Chiefs did as good a job as anyone has in limiting the Broncos in their first game, and that could mean big things for Prater.
Denver's defense is way too leaky against the run to consider them in fantasy leagues when playing a back like Jamaal Charles.
Smith had his best game of the season last week against the Chargers, and is a solid QB2 option against a Denver defense allowing the fourth-most fantasy points per game to quarterbacks.
Charles carved up the Chargers as expected and is one of the top options at the position, as always, this week. It'll be interesting to see if the Chiefs have any new offensive wrinkles in thier second matchup in three weeks against the Broncos.
Bowe is a WR3 this week, going up against a Denver defense that allows the 11th-most fantasy points per game to receivers.
Avery led all Chiefs receivers last week, and could be a sneaky play for a Kansas City team that knows it needs to score more and score quicker to keep up with the Broncos.
McCluster cannot be considered for fantasy purposes, even in the deepest of leagues.
It would take a whole lot to make Fasano relevant in fantasy leagues. Like a league that requires you start three tight ends.
Succop has been reliable this year, though the Chiefs offense doesn't give him the opportunity of an elite kicker.
They didn't play poorly in their first game with the Broncos, but you can't run the Chiefs out there with any real confidence this week.
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