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2-4, 3rd in AFC West

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Three injuries from Sunday's loss to the Chiefs that will bear watching in the coming days will be RB Phillip Lindsay, now in the concussion protocol, defensive tackle Mike Purcell (foot) and wide receiver Tim Patrick (hamstring). Lindsay is averaging 5.2 yards per carry while Patrick leads the team in catches, receiving yards and is tied for the team lead in receiving touchdowns. Purcell is a key part of the Broncos' personnel groupings in run defense and has a sack this season.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos QB Drew Lock on some of the team's defensive players, like Shelby Harris and Bradley Chubb, showing their anger Sunday: "They play a position there's a lot of anger involved ... they have the credibility and the right to do it in this locker room. Shelby Harris, Bradley Chubb they have a right to express their feelings without a doubt, they have the right to tell someone straight to their face you need to pick your sh-t up. And if they were to come up and tell me that I wouldn't mind.''

Lindsay suffers concussion, exits game vs. Chiefs (0:16)
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Broncos' Lindsay exits after helmet-to-helmet hit

Broncos running back Phillip Lindsay's star-crossed season continued Sunday when he left against Kansas City with a concussion after a helmet-to-helmet hit from Chiefs safety Daniel Sorensen.

Broncos cough up football as Lock, Gordon fail to corral flea-flicker (0:26)
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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

With a kickoff temperature of 14 degrees, today will be tied for the fifth-coldest game in Broncos history -- third coldest home game in franchise history -- and is now the coldest pre-Halloween home game in franchise history.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos inactives: DE McTelvin Agim, LB Jeremiah Attaochu, TE Andrew Beck, TE Jake Butt, QB Jeff Driskel, G Netane Muti, WR Diontae Spencer

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

With the release of CB De'Vante Bausby Saturday the Broncos have cleared the roster spots needed for CB A.J. Bouye, DE DeMarcus Walker and Dre'Mont Jone to return from injured reserve to the active roster. The Broncos released DE Sylvester Williams and DE Timmy Jernigan earlier in the week. Bouye is expected to start Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After Friday's practice Broncos coach Vic Fangio said CB A.J. Bouye and DE Dre'Mont Jones will return from IR and play Sunday against the Chiefs. Fangio also said LB Jeremiah Attaochu (thigh) and Diontae Spencer (shoulder) are out for Sunday's game while TE/FB Andrew Beck (hamstring), TE Jake Butt (hamstring) and G Dalton Risner (shoulder) are questionable.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos TE Noah Fant (ankle) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. It was the first time he was a full participant in a practice since he left the Oct. 1 win over the New York Jets with the injury.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

For the Broncos Wednesday, TE Noah Fant (ankle) looked more comfortable moving around in practice than he did Friday. Also, WR KJ Hamler (hamstring) was practicing and RB Melvin Gordon, who was held out of practice Friday with strep throat, was back in practice.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos kicker Brandon McManus was named the AFC's special teams Player of the Week for his six field goals in the Broncos' win over the New England Patriots. It is the second time this season McManus has won the award -- he also won it after the Broncos' Oct. 1 win over the Jets. McManus made four field goals of at least 44 yards Sunday, including two of more than 50 yards, to go with 20- and 27-yard efforts. His 56-yarder against the Patriots is the second-longest FG in the league this season.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Timmy Jernigan, who the Broncos released Tuesday, played 10 snaps in Sunday's win over the New England Patriots.But Monday Broncos coach Vic Fangio had said both DE DeMarcus Walker and DE Dre'Mont Jones, who are on injured reserve at the moment, have a chance to play Sunday against the Chargers. So the Broncos will need roster spots for one, or both, of them if they are indeed ready to play. Cornerback A.J. Bouye, also on injured reserve right now, is close to returning as well.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

More from Broncos' win in New England: --Phillip Lindsay had five carries for 9 yards or more in the game by himself and that was the most the Broncos have had of 9 yards or more, overall, in any game this season. --Also in the run game, however, the Broncos three running backs (Lindsay, Melvin Gordon and Royce Freeman) have now had 23 percent of their carries go for no gain or negative yardage. Broncos have faced some difficult defensive fronts, but they've been spotty at point of attack.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After going through the game a couple more times, some items from Broncos' win in N.E.: --Trouble still found in 3 WR with two interceptions and sack allowed Sunday. Season totals for all QBs in three-wide is 11 sacks allowed, 8 interceptions and 2 lost fumbles. Broncos have scored three TDs from three-wide sets this season. --Fangio's pressure packages worked with three sacks and an interception in 16 snaps against the Patriots w/ five or more rushers, including scrambles and penalty snaps.

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Team Stats

Passing Yards204.227th
Rushing Yards101.025th
Points For20.029th
Points Against22.0Tied-21st

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