Arrowhead's gonna be loud.
Week 2 of the 2015 NFL Regular Season kicks off with Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos heading to Kansas City to take on the Chiefs. It's a huge AFC West battle with both teams sitting on Week 1 wins with San Diego Chargers watching at home 1-0 themselves.
Throughout his career, Manning is 13-1 against the Chiefs in all regular and postseason games. There is reason to think this one's different. Manning did little in the Broncos' season opening 19-13 win over the Baltimore Ravens to quell concerns over his age of performance streak through the end of the 2014 season. Another limp showing tonight, and the questions as to whether 2015 should be Peyton's last run at it will grow louder. Kansas City, on the other hand, has, arguably, a top tier defense with a capable offense (sound familiar, Rams fans?). They went up 27-6 over the Texans before letting up on the gas late in their first win of the year.
The Rams may have the AFC North for their cross-conference foes for 2015, but there's plenty to watch for tonight.
Thursday, September 17, 8:25 p.m. ET
Arrowhead Stadium - Kansas City, Missouri
Tonight's game will be nationally broadcast on CBS and the NFL Network.
Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson (sideline)
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