So, as the two get set to meet Sunday afternoon in the Mile High City, essentially the season is on the line for the Chargers, who limp into Denver losers of four of their last five games.
Given the parity that is evident in the NFL this year, a 3-3 record in the AFC is not that bad, but the San Diego Chargers could very easily have been 5-1 heading into their bye week. The Bolts have been competitive in every game except for a blowout home loss to the Atlanta Falcons in Week Three.
While Bigby has more than half a decade of NFL experience, how will he fit into San Diego’s defensive scheme? Will he provide the necessary coverage when a number of opposing QB’s turn their attentions away from Weddle in hopes of hitting the big plays?