clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Know the Enemy Daily Links 12/8: Broncos win, Chargers and Chiefs lose

New, comment

If you buy something from an SB Nation link, Vox Media may earn a commission. See our ethics statement.

Mark J. Rebilas-USA TODAY Sports

AFC West


Weary of winning, Broncos fans yearn for the days Star Wars Peyton - Mile High Report
A long time ago, in a football world long since passed away (two weeks ago against Miami), there once existed a Touchdown-throwing Jedi warrior who's lofty numbers inspired a generation of Broncos...

Broncos 'adjusting' to balanced offense, not taking any 'Ws' for granted - Mile High Report
It may take some growing pains getting just the right formula of efficient passing, solid running and big defense, but this team is committed to finding it.


Chargers-Patriots final score: San Diego's lack of offense leads to 23-14 loss to New England - Bolts From The Blue
In one of the most important games of the year, the San Diego Chargers offense did not show up at all. Their defense was not enough to hold off the New England Patriots. The Chargers are now 8-5 and face a rough path to the playoffs.

By the Numbers: New England Patriots at San Diego Chargers - Bolts From The Blue
Yes, New England gets a lot of media time but they are a very good team. This article will summarize some key metrics showing their strengths, and a few weaknesses.


Kansas City Chiefs issues are bigger than one call - Arrowhead Pride
So many want to point the finger after losing. In reality, there is plenty of noise but not enough substance.

What is the Kansas City Chiefs biggest problem right now? - Arrowhead Pride
A poll for you to vote on.


NFL says refs in Broncos game were celebrating correct call, not touchdown with fist bump | For The Win
Bills players and fans questioned the gesture. (Rightfully so, it looks terrible)

Bob McGinn - An early look at the NFL Draft
Here is a look at how the National Football League draft of 2015 is shaping up based on interviews with six executives in personnel over the last 10 days. Underclassmen have until Jan. 15 to declare for the draft.