These two teams clearly do not like each other.
Even after battling it out for 60 minutes in a close game, which Kansas City won by a score of 34-28, players from the Broncos and Chiefs still weren’t done.
Once the final whistle blew and it was time to exchange handshakes and “good games,” several members from both teams were spotted on the CBS broadcast going at it during a tense moment.
Words and shoves were exchanged, but thankfully nothing more, as members from both organizations intervened before things got out of hand.
With the win, the Kansas City Chiefs move to 10-3 on the season, while the disappointment in Denver continues with the team now sitting in the bottom of the AFC West at 3-10.
It was a physical battle between these two divisional foes. Despite the Chiefs taking a 27-0 lead in the first half, the Broncos were able to claw their way back and make it a one-score game. Unfortunately, they weren’t able to complete the comeback, and they lost starting quarterback Russell Wilson to a concussion in the process.
Wilson left the game after he was knocked out in the second half and didn’t return.WANT MORE FROM TOTALPROSPORTS? FOLLOW US ON GOOGLE NEWS.