Denver Broncos may have already chose to fire Vance Joseph

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But before that, he threw a screen pass that rookie running back De'Angelo Henderson turned into a 29-yard score.

Now, according to this report from ESPN's Adam Schefter, it's looking more and more like Joseph won't be back in Denver for a second season. The 12th overall selection out of Boise State in 2008, Clady was one of the best linemen in team history but he was often injured in his career, missing both of Denver's Super Bowl appearances during his playing career.

In Joseph's first year with the team, the Broncos went from nine wins to no more than six, their first sub-500 season since John Elway took over the team in 2011.

Rookie Kareem Hunt scored on a 35-yard run on his only carry, securing the National Football League rushing title over Todd Gurley II and Le'Veon Bell, both of whom were inactive Sunday. Hunt then joined the other Chiefs' standouts on the sidelines for the rest of the game.

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Stability and consistency at quarterback were among the primary issues for the Broncos this season, as Siemian, Paxton Lynch and Brock Osweiler all started games behind center.

Mahomes was 8 of 15 for 135 yards by halftime with an interception to Stewart. He had 27 yards on 11 carries at halftime.

Even as I type this, Kareem Hunt has just sprinted through a gaping hole in the Denver defense for the easiest touchdown of his stellar rookie season. He had five catches for 51 yards at the half.

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