ENGLEWOOD, Colo. (AP) -- They are 16-point favorites against a team tied for the worst record in the league. With each and every victory over the span of a 10-game winning streak, their once-narrow path to the Super Bowl has grown as wide as an eight-lane highway.
But think you'll catch the Denver Broncos looking past the Kansas City Chiefs this week? Don't bet on it.
If the Broncos have taken even a moment to think big this season -- or think about anything beyond their next opponent -- they've done a great job hiding it.
From the coach to Peyton Manning to the 53rd man on the roster, the theme all year has been to think about next Sunday, think about getting better every week, and let the future take care of itself.
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