The Denver Broncos (3-4) and Kansas City Chiefs (6-1) are each coming off 45-10 shellackings of their opponents last week Josey Jewell Jersey , but after opening nine-point home favorites in Week 8, the Chiefs line against the Broncos has grown to 10-points and even up to 11.5-points in some places.Its clear the Chiefs are a Super Bowl contender at this point, while the Broncos are likely headed for their first back-to-back losing season in nearly 50-years. However, division games can be a bit tricky to predict. The Broncos are the only team this year to hold this Chiefs offense under 30 points in a game and was one errant Case Keenum throw away from winning their previous matchup in Denver.For the Broncos to win this game in front of what will be a rowdy Chiefs crowd on Sunday, they will need to control the clock and score touchdowns instead of field goals. So far, they have not proven they can do either of those things through seven games. Which means, the Broncos defense will have to do what only they have been able to do to the Chiefs - keep them off the scoreboard. They did it for nearly three quarters in their first matchup before Patrick Mahomes and that offense mounted a comeback to win the game. Game time is 11:00 a.m. Mile High time on Sunday, October 28, 2018 at Arrowhead Stadium in Kansas City, Missouri. There is no sugar coating yesterdays loss to the 49ers. It was about as ugly as it could get, rivaling the loss to the Jets earlier in the season.But given the must-win necessity of these final four games to have any chance at the playoffs - and that the Broncos are coming off a three-game win streak that had pundits talking about the Broncos as possibly the most threatening team in the playoffs - the Niners 20-13 victory is harder to swallow.So that makes the second segment of the First & 10 @ 10 show today that much more worth your time to take a listen. Ryan Edwards, Andrew Mason and Steve Atwater start with the positive and give a player who deserves their tip of the cap, followed by the thing that made each want to throw their hat. Enjoy the segment because the tip of the cap will remind you this team is still worth celebrating - and the throw the hat will make you smile as Edwards, Mase and Atwater get so riled up, you wonder what the studio looked like afterward.For the highlight reel, lets start with the negative in which all three basically picked on the Broncos defense and its utter inability to stop a 49ers offense with essentially one or two weapons.Throw your hatNiners touchdown drive just before halftimeEdwards was furious over the final drive by the 49ers at the end of the first half in which five Broncos penalties helped San Francisco march down the field with only 55 seconds to go and get to the red zone before an easy one-yard TD pass to Dante Pettis.With 55 seconds remaining in the second quarter, the Broncos, defensively, have got to get a stop , Edwards said, noting that then the Broncos proceeded to get three straight penalties on three straight plays to help the Niners get to mid-field with 37 seconds. A few plays later, an 18-yard deep pass to George Kittle puts the Niners on the Broncos 14 with a first down. Thanks to penalties and breakdowns in defense, the 49ers are now in the red zone with under 30 seconds!!!! Edwards screamed, adding that a neutral zone infraction by Von Miller was followed by an incomplete that drew a DPI from Isaac Yiadom, suddenly putting the 49ers at 1st and goal from the one.Eleven penalties for 62 yards (on the day) but FIVE ON THAT ONE DRIVE! Edwards said. If the defense gets the stop there, down two scores, get the ball back after halftime, drive down, get a touchdown, new ball game.Mase highlighted the fact that the Broncos offense on the previous drive being unable to keep the ball for longer than 30 seconds of the final 1:48 left on the clock - and even get a field goal to keep the score 13-3 - was a contributing factor to the defenses troubles.Broncos waste a timeoutAtwater was incensed over the defenses lack of preparation following a 49ers timeout in which the Broncos ended up having to call another timeout immediately afterward to avoid having too many players on the field.The play is getting ready to start, and we dont have enough guys on the field. We have the wrong personnel in. So we have to call a timeout right after they call a timeout!!! Atwater said, adding that it didnt cost the Broncos anything to lose that timeout, but its the principle of the thing. When I saw our guys scrambling to get on the field and we had to call a timeout right ... I was up in the press box and you know what I did? I threw my dadgum hat. Dude, I was hot! They called a timeout, man! We should have our stuff together so when the timeout is up, we are ready to go!George Freakin KittleFinally, Mason brought up the most glaring abomination from the game - tight end George Kittle torching the defense for TWO HUNDRED AND TEN yards. Unbelievable. But Mase said it better:But it was the 85-yard touchdown play from No. 85 that had Mason whipping his cap off in a frenzy. After the tight end had nearly 100 yards in the first quarter, that play was everything that was wrong with the defense on Sunday.Although Kittles two catches in the final drive before the half were not nearly as impressive Case Keenum Color Rush Jersey , they kept the drive alive and Masons blood pressure rising.But we dont want to end on our same complaints from yesterday, so lets not forget the few gutsy performances we did see.Tip of the CapBradley ChubbWith two sacks, taking his total to 12 over the course of the season, Chubb is now getting to the point where you can realistically start talking about him breaking rookie sack record of 14.5 by Jevon Kearse, Mase said, pointing out that Chubbs numbers over the last eight games would pro-rate into a 21-sack season. Bradley Chubb is a beast. He is strong against the run as well but making plays in the pass-rush. Those guys who have those those types of seasons as rookies tend to have good if not great careers. Maybe in a couple years were talking about Bradley Chubb being Defensive Player of the Year candidate.Tim PatrickSteve Atwater gave some love to the first-year wide receiver who stepped in as WR3 and made some huge plays for a struggling offense.Tim Patrick - 10 targets, 7 catches, 85 yards and that doesnt include the one we didnt challenge, Atwater said, noting that Patrick played 86 percent of the snaps. He had a great game. Wed seen it in preseason and now he stepped up to the plate. Look forward to seeing more of him.DaeSean HamiltonEdwards also highlighted one of his favorite rookies, a player hes been talking up since the Shrine Game last January - DaeSean Hamilton who had seven catches, 47 yards, 1 touchdown - his first in the NFL. And that touchdown was critical as it came on fourth-and-goal - after three incompletes from Case Keenum on the one-yard line - and gave the Broncos a chance to get back into the game.Hamilton getting in the end zone, that was big-time, Edwards said. Now hes getting opportunities to make plays, and he has something important he could do down the stretch. If hes becomes a legit playmaker, that could help [the Broncos] with some of the decisions theyll be making in the offseason.