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Fubo TV and Fox bring their 4K HDR coverage of the NFL to the Mile High City this Thursday. The game will feature a classic AFC West rivalry, as an emerging superstar quarterback faces off against a SuperBowl MVP quarterback on the downswing of his career. You can stream it with the widest range of supported devices by watching the Kansas City Chiefs vs. Denver Broncos in 4K on Fubo TV

The Kansas City Chiefs will play against the Denver Broncos at 8 p.m. Eastern this Thursday, Oct. 17. It will be coming to you live from Empower Field at Mile High in Denver, Colo. The game will be broadcast on Fox, and carried in 4K streaming on Fubo TV.

The Kansas City Chiefs (4-2) are caught in a two-game losing streak that has fans wondering if the team is as good as everyone thought after the first month. When September ended, the Chiefs were 4-0 with three road victories plus a quality win at home against the Baltimore Ravens. Since then, they have lost back to back home games to the Colts and Texans, and they struggled to score consistently. The offense is extremely unbalanced, with the top passing offense held down by a rushing attack ranked in the bottom quarter of the league. If they want to get back to an elite level, they will need to establish a better ground game starting Thursday Night in Denver.

The Denver Broncos (2-4) have struggled mightily so far this season, but they may be gelling as a team in time to turn their season around. After making major off-season roster changes, the Broncos began 2019 by losing their first four games. In those four straight losses, they only scored 17 points or more in one game. That was a major disappointment for the offense, including new starting quarterback Joe Flacco. The Broncos have rebounded, winning back to back games against the division-rival Chargers and the Titans. However, the change was mostly in their defense, which held those two teams to 13 combined points. Will the Denver D be up to the challenge against an MVP candidate in Maholmes?

Watching sports in 4K HDR is new to the NFL, but fans want more and better ultra-high definition and HDR coverage. Pro football fans can stream 4K games every Thursday night for most of this season. We will be sure to update you if Fubo and Fox, or any other broadcaster, add more 4K games to the schedule.

Fubo TV includes select 4K broadcasts as part of their live TV streaming plans with no extra cost on a long list of supported 4K devices. The Fox Sports app may offer 4K streams, but that is limited to just two types of supported devices. Fubo in 4K is available with most 4K HDR streaming platforms. Just connect a 4K compatible display to any of the Fubo 4K compatible streaming devices listed here:

  • Internet Explorer
  • Safari
  • Apple TV 4K
  • Chromecast Ultra
  • Fire TV 4K Stick
  • Fire TV Cube
  • Roku Premiere / Premiere+
  • Roku Ultra
  • Roku Streaming Stick+
  • Roku 4K TVs
  • Nvidia Shield TV & other Android TVs
  • Supported Android phones

Fubo TV costs $55 a month for the standard plan, which includes 83 channels, 30 hours of cloud DVR, and can be watched on two screens at a time. Fubo also offers additional plans that can upgrade your channels, cloud DVR recording, number of screens or add premium channels.

Football in 4K will be rolling on Fubo all Fall. Next Thursday, Oct. 24 you can see the
Washington D.C.'s NFL team play against the Minnesota Vikings in 4K. This Sat., Oct. 19, tune in to see college football in 4K, with Iowa State vs. Texas Tech at noon. And the ALCS in 4K is airing this week on Fubo TV, with the Houston Astros and New York Yankees vying for a spot in the World Series to face the Washington Nationals.

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