The reigning Super Bowl 50 champion Denver Broncos will sit out the postseason after being eliminated from playoff contention last week. To pinpoint the moment when everything changed for the Broncos, look to the field goal Kansas City Chiefs kicker Cairos Santos miraculously doinked between the uprights in overtime against Denver back in Week 12.

The doink, and the game it won for Kansas City, shaped the entire AFC West race this season.

It’s been a tight battle in the division, with the Oakland Raiders at the top with a 12-3 record and the Chiefs just behind them at 11-4. The Broncos are 8-7 now, and their only win since that ill-fated Sunday Night Football game was a 20-10 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars, who have a whopping three wins to their name this season.

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Hopkins is one of the few legitimate difference-makers in a depleted Texans offense, and if he can’t get open the entire passing game falls apart. The good news for him is that the Texans play the Indianapolis Colts next week, a team that Hopkins shredded for 11 catches and 169 yards in Week 5. He’ll need to replicate that kind of performance in a game that could decide the AFC South.

Three plays later, James White punched the ball into the end zone to seal the game for the Patriots. Hoyer later left the game with a possible concussion, leaving T.J. Yates with mop-up duty in the final five minutes.

You have 53 players on the roster and you’re only dressing 46 guys, two of those are quarterbacks and three are specialists (kicker, punter, long snapper). You’re down to 40 guys who can play. So not everyone can get snaps. It’s sometimes tough figuring out who gets the time off.