Found October 12, 2012 on
San Diego Chargers
In case you haven’t peaked outside lately, fall is in the air. It’s about that time of year when most kids—and some adults—begin thinking about which ghoulish Halloween costume they’ll wear Trick-or-Treating.As teams enter the heart of the NFL season, the picture begins to clear up about which teams are real monsters and which teams put their Halloween masks on a little bit early.When it comes to the Denver Broncos and the San Diego Chargers, the picture is anything but clear. Will the Broncos be “under construction” all year? Can the Chargers beat good teams the way they beat bad teams? These AFC West rivals square off in a Monday Night match that is sure to be a grande finale for Week 6.Before I get to my three predictions for the game, let me address the Chargers fans: brace yourselves. The reading gets rough. Keep in mind I was asked to be bold.Broncos fans, pray I’m right.Here we go…1.) The Denver defense will be the story of the gameTake the cumulative stats from the Broncos’...
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I was reading an article today by Mark Kizla of the Denver Post, where he talks a little a bit about how this is a 'statement' game for Manning this upcoming Monday night against the Chargers. In the article, he goes into detail about the history of the Broncos with Phillip Rivers. Obviously, Kizla notes that Rivers has had the better of the Broncos in his six years as starting...
According to Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune, it looks like the Chargers are ready to put Ryan Mathews back in the starting lineup for Monday night’s game against the Broncos.Chargers head coach Norv Turner is happy with what he’s seen from Mathews.“He’s made the progress we’d like,” coach Norv Turner said.After putting together a nice performance this...
Denver, CO. Although the Denver Broncos have lost more games than they have won through five weeks of the regular season, they have to feel ok about where they are at this point. 2-3, losing to three of the best teams in the NFL, and just one game behind the leader of the AFC West. If you are a glass half full sort of fan, you could point out how this Broncos team has been very...
Chargers receiver Vincent Brown is expected to return from his ankle injury Week 9 against the Chiefs according to Kevin Acee of U-T San Diego.Fantasy Spin:Brown absorbed 19 catches for 329 yards as a rookie last season. Robert Meachem hasn't developed into the go-to guy San Diego was hoping for in the absence of Vincent Jackson, so Brown should see a good amount of targets when...
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Peyton Manning against Philip Rivers is not exactly what it used to be, but who really cares?
These two are still legit quarterbacks in the NFL and although their best days are behind them, it is not as if they are ancient and cannot throw.
Manning cleared all the rust away and now he looks as if he can finally...
Left tackle Jared Gaither didn't practice Thursday, so maybe having a long week will aid the Chargers. San Diego's game against the Denver Broncos isn't until Monday night, and coach Norv Turner said Wednesday that he was confident Gaither would play. Gaither strained his groin in the later stages of Sunday's loss to the New Orleans Saints. Considering his track...
Dolphins tight end Randy McMichael dives into the endzone during a 2002 preseason game agains the Saints. (Bob Rosato/SI)
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