You have to be tough to play the sport of football. Something like an ailing ankle shouldn't keep you out of a game, especially if it's a game against arguably the NFL's best team. Well, Peyton Manning is tough. Although he missed practice Wednesday, Broncos interim coach Jack Del Rio saying "he'll be ready to go" against the AFC West leading Chiefs Sunday night. Should the Broncos rest Manning now so he will be healthy later?


Ready to play, coach

Peyton Manning hasn't missed a game since joining the Broncos. During that time has helped the team to a 21-4 record.

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Should the Broncos rest Peyton Manning against the Chiefs if he isn't 100 percent healthy?

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The injury affect

Peyton Manning will need his wheels to escape a Chiefs defense that leads the NFL with 36 sacks.

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How much will Peyton Manning be affected in the Broncos' game against the Chiefs by his limited practice schedule this week?

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Wild Wild AFC West

With a win Sunday night, the Broncos will be tied with the Chiefs atop the AFC West standings.

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Which team will win the AFC West?

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