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Know the Enemy Daily Links 12/1: Off-Duty cops want to be allowed guns in NFL stadiums

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AFC West

Denver Broncos

Broncos vs Patriots: The No Bull Review - Mile High Report
The Denver Broncos hosted the New England Patriots in the biggest game of the 2015 season to date. We started a backup QB against a shoe-in HOF QB throwing to a bunch of guys and Gronk. How did this game shake down?

C.J. Anderson, Von Miller, Brock Osweiler and others get Game Balls for the win over the Patriots - Mile High Report
When the Denver Broncos win, the MHR Staff gives out game balls. With an epic come-from-behind win in overtime against the New England Patriots, there will be more game balls to give out to the Denver Broncos players than we have staffers.

San Diego Chargers

Denzel Perryman is developing into the run-stuffer the Chargers desperately need - Bolts From The Blue
The Chargers' woes in the run game has not been a lack of Jamaal Williams, but a weak inside linebacking corps. There's hope though, as Denzel Perryman is showing us he has the skills to turn into the run-stuffer the Chargers have needed.

Chargers head coach Mike McCoy not concerned about job security - NFL Nation- ESPN
Mike McCoy's mantra remains unchanged after the Chargers' skid-busting victory over the Jaguars: Keep grinding and the wins will come.

Kansas City Chiefs

The Kansas City Chiefs are a tough team, and peaking at the right time - Arrowhead Pride
They won when they shouldn't have.

Justin Houston injury update: MRI reportedly confirms PCL sprain for Kansas City Chiefs LB - Arrowhead Pride
What we know about Houston's injury right now.


NFL says Ravens were not offside on blocked field goal | ProFootballTalk
Another Monday night, another controversial call from the officials. But this time the NFL says the officials were right. On the last play of Monday night's game in Cleveland, the Ravens blocked the Browns' field goal attempt and returned it for a touchdown.

Off-Duty Cops Want to Bring Guns Into NFL Games -- NYMag
The National Fraternal Order of Police has written to NFL commissioner Roger Goodell asking him to reconsider.