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.
The Broncos were held under 65 snaps just twice last season – both times by San Diego.
Peyton Manning made it clear he has put his historic performance behind him. That’s because Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers are making another Thursday night visit to Mile High.
Everything was going swimmingly in San Diego, as the Chargers had run off five straight victories. That was until the Chiefs beat them Sunday, setting up for a wild AFC West duel in the Mile High City this Thursday night.
The Broncos won all but one of their games against AFC West opponents last season. It might be difficult to repeat that feat this year.
The Denver Broncos are the cream of the crop in the AFC West, but their division rivals have all improved recently. Denver will be in a battle for the division in 2014, and we explain why here.
Wes Welker isn’t looking back at his unhappy homecoming in Foxborough in November or his six seasons with Tom Brady in New England as he prepares for the Patriots’ visit to Denver next Sunday.
An unexpected 27-20 loss to the Chargers on Thursday night made Peyton Manning and the Broncos look average and placed all their regular-season goals in jeopardy.
Denver cornerback Chris Harris couldn’t get away from football during the Broncos’ bye, eagerly tuning in to watch the unbeaten Kansas City Chiefs face the Buffalo Bills last weekend.
When Adam Gase was promoted from Peyton Manning’s position coach to offensive coordinator over the winter, he excitedly talked about picking up the pace, and the Broncos have done just that, adding an up-tempo facet to Manning’s repertoire.