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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Peyton Manning injury: Broncos QB has reported foot injury in 2015 - Mile High Report
We'll be watching the injury report this week.

Aqib Talib lost his appeal; will miss Chiefs game - Mile High Report
The NFL has spoken and Aqib Talib's flagrant poking of the eye will result in a one game suspension.

San Diego Chargers

San Diego Chargers: Should Tom Telesco be fired? - Bolts From The Blue
Ben Higgins and John Gennaro go back through three years of personnel moves to evaluate the San Diego Chargers GM.

The San Diego Chargers have become a joke - Bolts From The Blue
The San Diego Chargers appeared to headed down the right road a few years back. What happened?

Kansas City Chiefs

Justin Houston ahead of Von Miller on PFF's midseason All-Pro team - Arrowhead Pride
Good choices.

Kansas City Chiefs defense is on their best interception run in over 10 years - Arrowhead Pride
The Chiefs have recorded two interceptions in three straight games. The last time they did that....

NFL

Why NFL QBs are getting younger and younger
Peter Keating explains why more and more teams are going with younger and younger quarterbacks, and discusses what that means for their future -- and the game's.

23 stunning statistics about the first half of the NFL season | For The Win
1. According to the lines used on pro-football-reference (which we'll use for the next few stats), no NFL games this year have kicked off with a point spread less than one. 2. The biggest Vegas spread this year was Chicago (+14.5) at Seattle. The Bears would lose 26-0. 3.23 stunning statistics about the first half of the NFL season | For The Win

1. According to the lines used on pro-football-reference (which we'll use for the next few stats), no NFL games this year have kicked off with a point spread less than one. 2. The biggest Vegas spread this year was Chicago (+14.5) at Seattle. The Bears would lose 26-0. 3.