The well-rested 5-5 Denver Broncos return from their bye week to face the 6-5 Los Angeles Chargers. With the AFC West race so neck-and-neck, this game has severe ramifications for both teams in their fight for a playoff spot.
Denver Broncos general manager George Paton was busy during the team’s bye week, securing a three-year contract extension for wide receiver Tim Patrick and a new four-year deal for fellow receiver Courtland Sutton.
Denver Broncos safety Kareem Jackson (neck) is doubtful for Sunday’s game against the Los Angeles Chargers, coach Vic Fangio announced Friday. If Jackson can’t play in Week 12, Caden Sterns will start in his place.
The Denver Broncos are looking to get back to their winning ways at home against the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 12. Here is everything we know. The Denver Broncos (5-5) will need to bring their best game in Week 12 against the Los Angeles Chargers (6-5) and a big part of that will be how well the game is called on offense.
The Denver Broncos find themselves in a pivotal must-win situation in Week 12 with the Los Angeles Chargers coming to town. A loss would guarantee they stay at least a full game out of the AFC wild-card race, and could potentially drop them to two games back, while also decimating their odds in the division.
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The battles along the line of scrimmage will go a long way towards determining the outcome. iframe frameborder="0" height="200" scrolling="no" src="https://playlist.megaphone.fm?e=VMP1553244838&light=true" width="100%"> The Broncos are fresh off their week off and begin what is essentially their playoffs.
The offense needs to come out swinging, and the defense has to come to play. Good post-Turkey Day morning, Broncos Country! Broncos sit at the bottom of the AFC West at 5-5, but ironically, still control their fate as five of their last seven games are against division rivals.