The Los Angeles Chargers will be looking for their third straight win when they welcome the Denver Broncos to the StubHub Center on Sunday. The Los Angeles Chargers were supposed to finish in the cellar of the AFC West this season, and through the first four games of the season, that is where they looked like they would finish. However, they have strung together two straight wins over the last two games, and with their win at Oakland last Sunday, moved out of the cellar in the division. They will be looking to make it two in a row against an AFC West foe when they welcome the Denver Broncos to town in Week 7.
The whole world watched the Broncos get embarrassed last Sunday night when the Giants went into Mile High and drubbed them on both sides of the ball. They should be able to rebound against a Chargers team that has shown plenty of kinks in the armor this season. Trevor Siemian looked lost against a tough defensive front for New York in Week 6 and will have to deal with the combination pass rush of Melvin Ingram and Joey Bosa in this one.
This matchup can be seen broadcasted locally on CBS this Sunday inside the StubHub Center in Carson, California. For those who are subscribers, the game will be featured out-of-market on DirecTV’s NFL Sunday Ticket. Fans can also stream the game on the NFL Sunday Ticket app, as well as FuboTV.
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Kickoff begins at 4:25 ET and this one should be a solid AFC West matchup. For those who cannot get in front of a screen for the game, head over to either team’s homepage to check out radio listings. The Chargers pulled out a solid victory on the road in Week 6 and will look to give their scarce home fans something to cheer about this weekend.
Denver looked like world beaters early in the year, but last weekend had to be a wake-up call for them that you cannot look past anybody. They will be looking to get back on the right track against a Chargers team that should be brimming with confidence. These AFC West games are always good, and with a win, the Chargers could find themselves as a real player in the division this season.