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Kansas City has been a surprise NFL team each of the past two seasons, once as a good surprise and once as a disappointing surprise. To return to a good surprise in 2015, Kansas City knows it has to figure out how to win a Broncos-Chiefs game.

The Broncos and Chiefs will renew their heated AFC West Division rivalry on Thursday Night Football from Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City. CBS and the NFL Network will both nationally televise the Broncos-Chiefs game beginning at 8:25 p.m. Eastern.

Kansas City will have a sense of urgency in the TNF Broncos-Chiefs game, as it has lost six in a row to its Denver nemesis. 

The Broncos-Chiefs games last season were dominated by Denver, with the Broncos winning 29-16 in Kansas City in late November and winning 24-17 in Denver early in the season. Kansas City hasnt posted a win in the Broncos-Chiefs series since the regular-season finale in 2011, when Kansas City won 7-3 in Denver when Tim Tebow was the starting quarterback for the Broncos. Kansas City last defeated Denver at Arrowhead Stadium in 2010, 10-6.

And while the Chiefs rolled to a surprising 9-0 record in the 2013 season, it was a 27-17 loss in the Broncos-Chiefs game that started a late-season slump for Kansas City. The Chiefs lost five of their last seven regular-season games in 2013 and then fell to Indianapolis in the playoffs, 45-44. Disappointingly, Kansas City couldnt return to the playoffs in 2014, finishing 9-7.

Kansas City has a retooled 2015 receiving corps for the Broncos-Chiefs game, and it paid dividends in Week 1, as Kansas City defeated Houston, 27-20, on the road. The Chiefs led 27-9 at halftime against Houston, as Alex Smith threw for 243 yards and three scores. Jeremy Maclin had 52 yards receiving for Kansas City in his first game with the team. Jamaal Charles had a receiving touchdown and finished with 103 total yards. Travis Kelce led the Chiefs with 106 yards receiving and two scores, after scoring just five receiving TDs in his first two seasons with KC.

Denver also has started 1-0, winning a defensive slugfest at home against Baltimore, 19-13, in Coach Gary Kubiaks first game in Denver. The Broncos came up with an interception in the end zone in the final minute to seal the win. Neither Denver nor Baltimore had an offensive touchdown in the game. Peyton Manning was 24 for 40 for just 175 yards with one interception for Denver, while C.J. Anderson was limited to 48 yards rushing and receiving.