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The Los Angeles Chargers make their play for the AFC West title and potentially home-field advantage throughout the playoffs Sunday when they close the regular season on the road against the Denver Broncos.
The Chargers (11-4) at worst will be the top wild card in the AFC, but a victory coupled with a Kansas City Chiefs loss to the Oakland Raiders would make them the No. 1 seed in the conference and send the AFC playoffs through Carson, California.
The Los Angeles Chargers (11-4) close out the regular season on the road when they visit the Denver Broncos (6-9). Kickoff from Broncos Stadium at Mile High is set for 1:25pm PT.
Philip Rivers aims to finish up one of the best regular seasons of his career on a high note against the Bolts’ division rivals. Rivers has completed 333 of 484 attempts (68.8 pct.) for 4,132 yards, 31 touchdowns and 10 interceptions for a 107.7 passer rating. Keenan Allen has been his top target, hauling in 93 passes for 1,132 yards and six touchdowns while Mike Williams leads the way with nine receiving TDs. On the ground, Melvin Gordon is back for his second-straight game after missing three weeks with a knee injury. The physical running back has toted the rock 165 times on the year for 843 yards (5.1 ypc) and 10 rushing touchdowns while snaring 47 passes for 466 yards and another four TDs.
Case Keenum wraps up his first season as Denver’s quarterback on Sunday. Through 16 games, the veteran passer has completed 311 of 501 attempts (62.1 pct.) for 3,396 yards, 15 touchdowns and 12 picks for an 82.1 passer rating. A pair of rookie wideouts have emerged as dangerous threats late in the season in second-round pick Courtland Sutton (35 receptions for 614 yards and three touchdowns) and fourth-round selection DaeSean Hamilton (19 receptions for 154 yards and one TD). Phillip Lindsay has been the feel-good story of the league, going from undrafted free agent to a Pro Bowler as a rookie. Unfortunately, he sustained a wrist injury last week, so Denver’s ground attack will be led by another rookie, Royce Freeman. The Broncos’ third round pick has impressed in his first season, posting 106 carries for 440 yards (4.2 ypc) and five touchdowns.
Derwin James looks to put the cherry on top of a Defensive Rookie of the Year worthy campaign as he makes his Mile High debut. James’ 103 tackles not only lead the team, but rank as the most by a rookie in team history. He also leads the team in passes defensed (15) and is tied for the lead in picks (three) with Desmond King. Meanwhile, Jatavis Brown could also top the century mark in tackles as he currently has 98, while Melvin Ingram (7.0 sacks), Isaac Rochell (5.0) and Joey Bosa (4.5) power the Bolts’ pass rush.
The Broncos boast as fierce a one-two punch rushing the passer as any team in the NFL with veteran Von Miller and rookie sensation Bradley Chubb. Miller has a team-high 14.5 sacks while Chubb has 12.0. Todd Davis has made plays all over the field for Denver, leading the way with 108 tackles, while Justin Simmons has a team-high three picks.
The Broncos lead the all-time series 66-51-1 and are coming off a victory against the Chargers earlier in the season in Los Angeles. Denver came back to beat the Chargers on Nov. 18 at StubHub by the score of 23-22. The Broncos are 41-17-1 all-time against the Chargers at home. The Bolts opened the 2017 season at Denver and fell 24-21. The Broncos have won ﬁve straight against the Chargers at home with the last Bolts victory coming in a 27-20 battle on Dec. 12, 2012.
There are few times this space is willing to give a five confidence rating midweek in an NFL game, but this is one such occasion.
The Broncos confirmed Monday night they are merely playing out the string, and without both Lindsay and top receiver Emmanuel Sanders, there is little reason to believe they can keep up with Los Angeles once the Chargers get rolling offensively.
Los Angeles has everything to play for and also owns a strong track record in bouncing back from its losses this season. The Chargers are 3-0 in such games, winning two of them by double digits, and have scored at least 29 points in each contest.