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Know the Enemy Daily Links 12/5: Demaryius Thomas willing to give Broncos hometown discount

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Demaryius Thomas says he would take a hometown discount to stay with the Denver Broncos - Mile High Report
Denver Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas appeared on NFL Networks Total Access tonight, and told Dan Hellie that he would take a "hometown discount" to stay with the Denver Broncos this offseason.

Broncos' D challenging itself to beat out the Bills' defense - Mile High Report
The defense with the most sacks is going agains the offense that has allowed the fewest. Who wins out? Terrance Knighton believes it's on the Broncos D to win the day.


Film Study: Ryan Mathews' TD run - Bolts From The Blue
The Chargers weren't particularly successful running the ball during Sunday's victory at Baltimore. But this running play was a terrific play call, well executed, and the start of an epic come-from-behind win.

Chargers fans, time to lose your minds |
Qualcomm Stadium hasn't provided the same atmosphere for San Diego Chargers games the past few years. But Sunday's primetime game against the New England Patriots has been sold out for two months, and there are playoff implications. Hopefully, it will be crazy.


Kansas City Chiefs now slight favorites over Arizona Cardinals - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs started off as 'dogs and are now favorites vs. the Cardinals.

Chiefs’ run defense needs fast fix so two-game slide doesn’t reach three | The Kansas City Star
Only 15 days ago, part of the formula that had enabled the Chiefs to win seven of their previous eight games was the fact that they hadn’t allowed a rushing touchdown all season. But issues including tackling have been pivotal to their last two losses.


Michael Sam continues to hold out hope for NFL career | ProFootballTalk
Free-agent pass-rusher Michael Sam, the first openly-gay NFL player who has yet to play in a regular-season NFL game, created a mild buzz this week with things he said, and didn't say, to TMZ.

Could J.J. Watt be the NFL's best tight end? (Yes, probably) -
Texans defensive end J.J. Watt is efficient if nothing else. He's played three offensive snaps this season and has three touchdowns receptions.