BRONCOS VS. CHARGERS:
BRONCOS BEAT CHARGERS 30-23: Three passing touchdowns by quarterback Peyton Manning and three sacks by linebacker Von Miller helped the Broncos defeat the Chargers on Sunday at Sports Authority Field at Mile High.
Stay tuned to DenverBroncos.com for continued coverage on the team’s fifth consecutive win.
BRONCOS ON TWITTER: Follow the action on Twitter, as well, via the Broncos’ official gameday account. @BroncosGameday will keep fans updated with live, in-game updates throughout tonight’s matchup. To chime in with your tweets, use #SDvsDEN.
BRONCOS VS. CHARGERS PREVIEWS: As you await kickoff, watch NFL Films’ preview of the contest and read DenverBroncos.com’s in-depth breakdown, which includes a look at important matchups on both sides of the ball, noteworthy facts about the game and a key to victory for Denver.
NFL GAMEPASS: For international Broncos fans located outside the United States and Mexico, watch today’s game live and in HD with NFL GamePass.
BRONCOS MOBILE APP: For those of you who follow the action on your smartphone, there’s a free official Broncos mobile app. On your smartphone, visit BroncosMobile.com to download it.
BRONCOS ON INSTAGRAM: The Broncos have joined Instagram. Follow the team’s account, DenverBroncos, for exclusive, behind-the-scenes photos from Dove Valley, road trips and gameday.
SALUTE TO SERVICE: In honor of Veteran’s Day, the NFL is saluting all members of the U.S. military at each of today’s games, with logos of military ribbons on the game balls as well as the players’ helmets and the words ‘Salute To Service’ painted behind the end zones.
BRONCOS TV ON SITE: HOME VS. CHARGERS: Check out this week’s edition of On Site, featuring Chris Hall and Gray Caldwell as they break down the divisional clash from the field.
PREGAME PHOTO GALLERY: View pictures from on the field and around the stadium prior to the 2:25 p.m. MST kickoff.
INACTIVES: The gameday inactives for Sunday’s contest at Sports Authority Field at Mile High have been announced.
BRONCOS WIN COIN TOSS: The Broncos won the coin toss and deferred. Click here for the captains and starters.
CHARGERS STRIKE FIRST: San Diego scored a defensive touchdown in the first quarter to jump out to a 7-0 lead.
BRONCOS VS. CHARGERS: INJURY UPDATES: Cornerback Omar Bolden suffered a concussion in the first quarter and will not return today.
THOMAS’ TOUCHDOWN TIES GAME: Peyton Manning found Demaryius Thomas in the back corner of the end zone for a game-tying touchdown.
WOODYARD INTERCEPTION LEADS TO FIELD GOAL: Linebacker Wesley Woodyard intercepted quarterback Philip Rivers and returned it to the the Chargers’ 8-yard line.
SACK AND BLOCKED PUNT LEAD TO TOUCHDOWN PASS: Von Miller came up with a third-down sack, Nate Irving blocked a punt and Peyton Manning threw a touchdown pass to Brandon Stokley late in the first half.
BRONCOS END HALF WITH 10-POINT LEAD: A solid defensive effort helped the Broncos enter halftime with a 17-7 lead.
SAN DIEGO SAFETY SHORTENS LEAD: Linebacker Sean Phillips sacked Peyton Manning in the end zone to bring the score to 17-9.
DECKER EXTENDS LEAD, REACHES MILESTONES: Eric Decker caught a short pass in the middle of the field, dodged defenders and dove into the end zone for a 20-yard touchdown reception.
CHARGERS RESPOND TO DECKER SCORE: San Diego drove 80 yards for a touchdown to make it a one-possession game again.
PRATER EXTENDS LEAD: Matt Prater added 3 points in the fourth quarter to extend the Denver lead to 11.
FOURTH DOWN INT GIVES BRONCOS BALL: The Denver defense forced its third turnover of the game, stopping San Diego on fourth down.
PRATER’S FIELD GOAL MAKES IT 30-16: Matt Prater’s third field goal of the day extended the Denver lead to two touchdowns.
CHARGERS SCORE LATE, BRONCOS RECOVER ONSIDE KICK: The Chargers’ late fourth-quarter touchdown made it 30-23, but a failed onside kick gave Denver possession.
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