Sunday’s game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Denver Broncos is a must-watch. It’s a chance to see Peyton Manning face off against the league’s top pass rush, while giving the Chiefs an opportunity to prove they’re not the pretenders so many bill the 9-0 team to be.
There’s a lot of talent in the AFC West as the San Diego Chargers are still in the hunt for a wild card at 4-5. At this stage it’s unrealistic to believe they can catch the Broncos or Chiefs, but the Chargers are just one game out of sixth place in the conference. San Diego has a tough schedule down the stretch, but it’s conceivable three teams come out of the AFC West in 2017.
Demaryius Thomas was named the AFC’s Offensive Player of the Week for his three-touchdown performance against the San Diego Chargers. He showed off his versatility within the Denver Broncos’ offense, catching quick hitches, deep passes and turning one screen pass into a long touchdown with his speed. Thomas finished the game with seven receptions for 108 yards.
A pair linebackers were named NFC and AFC Defensive Players of the Week, respectively. Luke Kuechly of the Carolina Panthers took home NFC honors after recording 11 tackles, one sack and a pass breakup in a win over the San Francisco 49ers. Paul Posluszny Cheap NFL Jerseys Paypal had eight tackles, a forced fumble and a recovery to help the Jacksonville Jaguars score their first win of the season, and was honored by the AFC for his efforts.
Rounding out the Week 10 awards, Baltimore Ravens kicker Justin Tucker was named AFC Special Teams Player of the Week for his game-winning 46-yard field Cheap Nike Eagles Jerseys goal to beat the Cincinnati Bengals in overtime. Tucker also had a 36-yarder in regulation.