Denver Broncos: Just How Pivotal Is the Upcoming Four-Game Stretch?

November 2, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Denver Broncos have a week off to relax.
After four consecutive weeks of tough games versus the Dallas Cowboys, Jacksonville Jaguars, Indianapolis Colts and the Washington Redskins, the Broncos finally have the luxury of resting and getting healthier.
Well, that is until Week 10 anyway, when the Broncos visit the San Diego Chargers.
This begins the toughest four-game stretch the Broncos will endure this season. Beginning with the aforementioned San Diego matchup, the Broncos come back home to face the Kansas City Chiefs (currently 8-0) in Week 11 before traveling to Foxborough to play the New England Patriots in Week 12. Denver will then finish off the stretch when it travels to Arrowhead Stadium to play the Chiefs in Week 13.
All three teams have winning records—their combined records are 18-5, a .782 winning percentage.
The Broncos are in good shape right now. At 7-1, they possess the second-best record in the NFL. The problem is—due to the fa...

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