With three games remaining in the regular season, the Chargers really need to win out in order to control their own playoff destiny. Lose a game or two, and they may not even be playing come January.
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While many Denver fans and others around the league have been familiar with the likes of Demaryius Thomas, Julius Thomas and Wes Welker in the orange and blue, Sanders came over to the Mile High City from the Steel City of Pittsburgh. After his performance Thursday evening in front of the home faithful, no doubt many more people now know what a weapon he is in playing with one of the greatest quarterbacks of all-time.
Not only would there be a pair of games in a span of five days, but they would be against two of San Diego’s most hated rivals, Kansas City and Denver. Making the matter all the more urgent is that the game with the Broncos would be in the Mile High City, one of the tougher venues to go in and grab a win from.
When the San Diego Chargers went into Denver last month and beat the Broncos, no doubt some eyebrows were raised. Now, imagine if they do it again this Sunday.
For the San Diego Chargers, this game had all the makings of a playoff game. In the end, the Chargers kept their AFC wild card hopes alive.
The San Diego Chargers have likely circled this date on their calendar for sometime now. Come late Thursday night, the Chargers will know whether they have a reason to play the final two weeks or just go through the motions.
Although they are hanging by a thread or two in the AFC wild card race, where would the San Diego Chargers be this season without the play of one Donald Butler?
With faint AFC wild card playoff hopes still in front of them, the San Diego Chargers face an uphill battle this Thursday evening in the Mile High City, meeting the AFC West leading Denver Broncos.
For the San Diego Chargers, the clock is getting close to striking midnight as the Denver Broncos come to town and defeat them 28-20.
Although some might think a game in early November is not a must-win situation, it pretty much is for a 4-4 San Diego Charger team looking for an identity.
For the San Diego Chargers, the schedule over the next several weeks will go a long way in determining whether or not they break their three-year playoff drought.
Following a week off to heal some injuries and rework some strategies on offense and defense, the San Diego Chargers returned to the practice field on Monday looking to pick up where they left off before their bye week.
Jean Ervin Soriano had a blood-alcohol percentage of 0.12 when the SUV rear-ended a van carrying seven people to the Los Angeles area after an Easter weekend visit to a sick relative in Denver.