The Chargers were not called for a single penalty, marking just the third time in Broncos history that the opponent was not whistled for any fouls.
With his 55-yard interception return for a touchdown in the first quarter vs. San Diego, CB Cassius Vaughn became just the second undrafted player in NFL history (since the inception of the modern-era draft) to return both a kick and an interception for a touchdown in their careers.
RB Willis McGahee turned in his third 100-yard rushing performance of the season, finishing with 125 yards on 16 attempts (7.8 avg.). The 7.8 yards per carry tie for the third most in his career (min. 10 carries).
SLB Von Miller registered a sack in his fourth consecutive game, marking the longest rookie sack streak by a Bronco since LB Mike Croel had a sack in six straight games during his 1991 campaign.
Against San Diego, QB Tim Tebow scored his seventh career rushing touchdown. His seven rushing touchdowns rank second among all NFL quarterbacks since the start of the 2010 season, trailing only Eagles QB Michael Vick, who has nine.
Tebow’s 84.2 career passer rating is the highest among quarterbacks who entered the league in 2010.
The Broncos’ offensive line kept Denver’s quarterbacks clean for the 98th time in franchise history. The last time Denver quarterbacks didn’t get sacked in a game was vs. Kansas City on Nov. 14, 2010.
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