Chiefs' ability to stop Broncos' run game allowed defense 'to go hunt' Joe Flacco

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Chiefs' ability to stop Broncos' run game allowed defense 'to go hunt' Joe Flacco
Chiefs' ability to stop Broncos' run game allowed defense 'to go hunt' Joe Flacco

Chiefs' ability to stop Broncos' run game allowed defense 'to go hunt' Joe Flacco The Kansas City Chiefs' defense enjoyed quite a party against the Denver Broncos under the prime-time lights of Thursday Night Football. And the festivities in the Broncos' backfield mostly came at the expense of quarterback Joe Flacco. The Chiefs kicked off the party in the first half with six sacks, which tied for the most first-half sacks by any team in the 2019 season. The Chiefs finished the game with nine sacks, tied for the third-most in a single game in Chiefs history and just two off the team record en route to a 30-6 win. So what went into this kind of defensive performance? The Chiefs' defense had been

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