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For those that had the stamina to watch Sunday’s tilt in Denver against the Broncos, the same old problems came back to bite the San Diego Chargers when all was said and done.
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.
If the San Diego Chargers lose to the Denver Broncos on Sunday, the Bolts all but end their hopes of catching Denver (6-3) for first place in the AFC West.
With a win, the Chargers remain in the hunt for the AFC West title. Drop their fifth game in their last six contests, and the Bolts might as well start thinking about the 2013 campaign.
Losers of four of their last five games, the San Diego Chargers (4-5) head into the Mile High City this Sunday with one objective and one objective only, win.
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In the early game, the Broncos face a Cincinnati squad that has fallen on hard times as of late, having dropped three straight.
The truth, however, is that the Bolts are right there in the AFC playoff hunt after six weeks. In fact, they’re in about as good as a position as anyone else lining up around the conference these days.
When you looked at the AFC West before the 2012 campaign kicked off, there was little doubt that the San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos were your favorites to battle for the crown.
Those who love to crunch the numbers will sit back and look to see where things went wrong for San Diego and right for Denver, but the bottom line is the Chargers choked for the second week in a row.
Lastly, can the home crowd prove beneficial for the Chargers? Keep in mind that AFC West rivals Denver, Oakland and Kansas City are usually well represented when playing in San Diego. If the game is tight down the stretch, some home cooking for the Chargers from their fans could spell the difference.
That being said, Manning, who currently ranks fourth in the league with a 101.2 passer rating, has not exactly enjoyed a ton of success against the Chargers from his days in Indianapolis.
When the Denver Broncos come to town next Monday evening, the Chargers have a chance to go to 3-0 against the AFC West this year. As most fans know, records within the division are one of the criteria used should two or more teams finish with the same records at the end of the regular season within their division.
The locals will tell you that, as military town, San Diego is home to transplants from all over the country, especially other towns and states where professional sports are well represented. Many of those fans end up in Qualcomm Stadium rooting for the Chargers’ opponents.
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