Since that kick doinked off the left upright and in, the Broncos have seen themselves fall out of the AFC playoff picture.
The Broncos are 1-3 against divisional foes this year. They split the series against the Chargers. They've still got one game against the Chiefs on Christmas and one against the Raiders on New Year's Day.
The Broncos now find themselves out of the playoff picture at 7-4. They have some ground to make up if they want to qualify for the postseason for the sixth straight year.
Cairo Santos' 34-yard field goal doinked off the left post and somehow went in. It capped a 30-27 Chiefs' win over the Denver Broncos in overtime.
Kansas City leads the league with 23 takeaways, while Denver is tied for second with 20. These extra possessions and short fields have led to a bunch of points for both teams.
The Broncos’ streak of division titles is in doubt because the AFC West is historically great this year
As ESPN pointed out, the NFL hasn't had three seven-win teams through Week 10 since 1999.
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