Von Miller got his third interception of his career as he picked off Phillip Rivers on Sunday.
The Los Angeles Chargers watched a 34-yard field goal by Denver Broncos' kicker Brandon McManus sail through the uprights on Sunday and in the process, they watched their 6-game winning streak sail away. But for one week, Broncos Country has bragging rights over Philip Rivers.
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Bosa's return, even if it is limited, figures to give a shot in the arm to a Chargers defense that had already been doing pretty well, with the team at 7-2 and winners of their last six straight games. Three plays later, Royce Freeman ran it in from three yards out.
A certain brand of Broncos believer still thinks the squad has a chance to make the playoffs - a theory that represents the nexus between delusional and drunk, particularly given that next week's opponent is the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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Melvin Gordon had 158 yards from scrimmage (89 rushing, 69 receiving) and Keenan Allen had nine receptions for 89 yards and a touchdown for the Chargers (7-3). It was McManus's first field goal since missing a game-winning boot against the Texans in Week 9. This latest attempt seemed simpler because the Chargers weren't backed up at their own goal line. Denver wide receiver DeSean Hamilton suffered a knee injury in the second quarter, and cornerback Bradley Roby was evaluated for a concussion in the fourth quarter.
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