Broncos vs. Chargers 2014: Online streaming, time and TV schedule
The Broncos and Chargers are going to battle with plenty on the line on Sunday. Here’s how to catch all of the action.
The Denver Broncos will travel to America’s Finest City to battle the San Diego Chargers on Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium in a division game with plenty on the line. For starters, Denver leads the AFC West while the Chargers control their own playoff positioning as they currently sit as the No. 6 seed in the AFC. Denver projects as a No. 2 seed right now and is looking to secure a first-round bye.
The battle of quarterbacks is where this game begins. Philip Rivers is last season’s NFL Comeback Player of the Year and may have to put together a microcosm of the 2013 campaign after struggling recently. The signal caller has topped 300 yards just once over the last seven games, a stretch in which the Bolts are 3-4 and includes an Oct. 23 loss in Denver.
This time around, Peyton Manning will look to dismantle the Chargers’ defense like he did during the two teams’ last meeting, when he posted 286 yards through the air and three touchdowns. Denver ranks third in the AFC with an average of 405.6 total yards per game while San Diego allows 336.8.
The game figures to be close, as most division matchups tend to be. The Chargers will look to exact revenge, and the Broncos eye making a statement in hostile territory. This should be a fun one to watch.
How to Watch
Where: Qualcomm Stadium, San Diego
When: 4:05 p.m. ET
Announcers: Jim Nantz, Phil Simms, Tracy Wolfson
The Broncos are favored by 4.5 points over the Chargers, with an over/under of 51 points, per OddsShark.
To keep reading about the Broncos, head over to Mile High Report.
For more on the Chargers, visit Bolts from the Blue.