Denver Broncos star Von Miller is a Houston Texans fan for at least one night as he watches them face off against an AFC West rival in the Kansas City Chiefs.
With the Denver Broncos on a bye week, star linebacker Von Miller is in attendance for Sunday night’s game between the Houston Texans and Kansas City Chiefs.
Of course Miller made it clear that’s routing for the Texans, since the Chiefs are in the AFC West along with the Broncos.
With the Broncos off to a 3-1 start and the Chiefs currently at 4-0, a loss to the Texans would tighten the race for the AFC West division title after five weeks.
Miller is from Dallas, Texas and played high school football at DeSoto High School in DeSoto, Texas. He went on to play college football at Texas A&M University. I’m not sure though whether he grew up as a Texans fan or not. My guess is that he didn’t.
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So far things don’t look good for Miller and the Broncos as the Chiefs have taken a 13-0 lead with just over five minutes left in the first half.
The Broncos will have an easy game next Sunday night against an 0-5 Odell Beckhamless New York Giants team.
When it comes to the Texans, a win for them would improve their record to 3-2, which would tie them up with the 3-2 Jacksonville Jaguars.
As of right now, the Jags own the tiebreaker after blowing out the Texans back in week one.
When it comes to the rest of the AFC South, both the Tennessee Titans and Indianapolis Colts lost on Sunday and are now each 2-3.