Prime-time football has never shined brighter.
Recent Thursday nights have furnished fans with a thriller between the Browns and Jets before last week’s offensive waterfall between the Vikings and Rams. Last Monday evening’s punch-for-punch tussle between the Steelers and Bucs served as another reminder of this year’s league-wide explosion through the air.
Through Sunday night, teams had combined for 227 passing touchdowns while entering the week completing 65.5 percent of their passes, both NFL highs since 1970.
The undefeated Chiefs have been poster boys for the air-based uptick and hope to keep the party going against the Broncos in Denver on Monday Night Football. Here’s what we’ll be watching for:
1. Weekly football-viewers are familiar with the gaudy numbers of Patrick Mahomes. In brief: Kansas City’s second-year quarterback has unfurled 13 passing touchdowns, an NFL record over the first three games of a season. Peyton Manning whipped 16 over four games in 2013, giving Mahomes something to shoot for against Kansas City’s arch rival.
2. What’s more impressive about the scoring output is how Mahomes has distributed the wealth, registering scoring strikes to nine different targets, the most by
Article source: http://www.nfl.com/news/story/0ap3000000968913/article/what-to-watch-for-in-chiefsbroncos-on-mnf
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