How to watch the Broncos' game against the Chiefs

USA TODAY - The Denver Broncos (3-3) will take on the Kansas City Chiefs (5-2) in an important AFC West showdown at 6:30 p.m. MT on Oct. 30. If the Broncos win the “Monday Night Football” contest, they would improve to 3-1 in the division, keeping their playoffs hopes alive.

A Denver loss would drop them to 3-4 and help the Chiefs improve to 6-2, tightening their grip on the division. In short, this is a must-win game for the Broncos and it will be televised locally on Channel 20 in Denver (Channel 5 for Comcast customers).

You can watch Channel 20 free, over-the-air. 

One of the most notable matchups to watch in Monday’s game in Kansas City will be Broncos running back Jamaal Charles going up against the Chiefs, his former team. Charles gained 9,717 yards from scrimmage and scored 63 total touchdowns during his nine years in Kansas City before signing with Denver this offseason.

Charles, 30, has gained 239 yards from scrimmage and scored one touchdown through five games with the Broncos this season.

The Chiefs are considered seven-point favorites at home this week.

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