Mike Klis, 9NEWS Broncos Insider 11:12 p.m. MST November 15, 2015Nov 15, 2015; Denver, CO, USA; Denver Broncos tight end Vernon Davis (80) is brought down by Kansas City Chiefs inside linebacker Josh Mauga (90) during the second half at Sports Authority Field at Mile High. The Chiefs won 29-13.(Photo: Chris Humphreys, Chris Humphreys-USA TODAY Sports)DENVER—For most of the Sunday disaster, the Denver Broncos’ new secret weapon stood on the sideline holding his helmet behind his back.At least Vernon Davis is still a secret.”I thought I was going to play a lot, too,” Davis said. “I was confused. I thought I would play a lot more than that. Very confused.”It wasn’t until garbage time – after Denver fell behind 29-0, and after starting quarterback Peyton Manning was benched in favor of Brock Osweiler — that Davis caught his first pass as a Bronco.The tight end finished with two catches for 19 yards. But for the bulk of the game, Davis was a bystander. After he was acquired from the San Francisco 49ers in deadline trade two weeks ago, Davis has barely played in his first two games.He only got in for nine offensive plays last week in a 27-24 loss at Indianapolis. He had zero catches. Broncos head coach Gary Kubiak said Davis would get more playing time Sunday against the Chiefs.And Davis was targeted on the Broncos’ first pass play of the game but Manning badly underthrew the ball and it was intercepted.That was pretty much it for Davis until the fourth quarter and his Broncos were well behind.”I want to help this team win,” said Davis, who has yet to experience victory with the Broncos. “That’s where my focus is at.”Stat of the gameBroncos backup running back C.J. Anderson had as many tackles after interceptions (2) as carries (2).Emmanuel OKBronco’s receiver Emmanuel Sanders was cleared to play despite a left ankle injury that prevented him from practicing all week, then he was cleared from the league’s concussion protocol after he was blasted by Chiefs safety Daniel Sorensen on a deep sideline pass from Manning.Sorensen knocked the ball loose. With the Broncos down 22-0, Kubiak decided to keep Sanders out of the game. Sanders finished with no catches. His replacement, Cody Latimer, had a career-most three catches for 30 yards.(© 2015 KUSA)Read or Share this story: https://on9news.tv/1NVzcv9 – Click Here To Visit Article Source