Chargers fans weren’t outnumbered by CBSDenver.com’s Brett Heinzerling and all the other Broncos fans who made the trip to San Diego for Sunday’s game, but it was close.
Peyton Manning played through a thigh injury and flu-like symptoms and Connor Barth kicked five field goals to lead Denver to a 22-10 victory against the San Diego Chargers.
Chris Harris Jr.’s wild 2014 ride started out with a torn ACL in the playoffs and hit a high note Friday when he signed a five-year contract extension with the Denver Broncos worth $42.5 million.
NEW YORK (AP) – The Denver Broncos, along with the New England Patriots and Indianapolis Colts, can clinch their division title this week. New England (10-3) hosts Miami (7-6) and will own the NFC East with […]
For the Denver Broncos this week, it’s win and they’ve won the AFC West. The San Diego Chargers know this is a must-win game for them, as it would keep their playoff and even division-winning hopes alive.
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This was a must-win game to make sure the AFC West didn’t become a three team tie at the top. Denver brought it on both offense and defense, even making gutsy coaching calls, winning in tough Kansas City Sunday night.
Peyton Manning threw two touchdown passes, Connor Barth was perfect on five field-goal attempts and the Broncos beat the Chiefs 29-16 on Sunday night to remain alone in first place in the AFC West.
As if the Chiefs need any more reasons to want to dismantle the Denver Broncos, revenge will be on their mind. As will proving their worth following the loss to the previously winless Oakland Raiders.
It started out rough and tough, like any classic AFC West matchup is bound to play out. But the tide turned from the Oakland Raiders to the Denver Broncos during one key play in the second quarter and Denver dominated from that point forward.