When the Broncos matched Champ Bailey against the Colts' Reggie Wayne this season, Wayne finished with just four catches and no touchdowns.
When they matched him up on the Ravens' Anquan Boldin, he finished with a season-low one catch for only 8 yards.
So, with two starters out in the secondary for Sunday's game in Kansas City and a host of rookies waiting to play, the Broncos have to decide how often to match Bailey up on the Chiefs' Dwayne Bowe, who is having a breakout season.
Bailey wasn't telling Thursday.
"Y'all have seen me play for seven years; you should kind of get an idea of what the game's going to be like," Bailey said. "You'll never hear me say it, but just go with the percentages."
Bailey track record this year is worth noting, but Bowe has been on fire and is a must-start at this point. He's also our number-one ranked receiver this week here at 4for4.