After preparing for an uncommon opponent in the Packers — a team they hadn’t faced in 4 years –- the Denver Broncos are now getting set for a meeting with a squad they’re very familiar with.
The division-rival San Diego Chargers travel to Denver Sunday and they enter the contest off to a hot start, boasting a 3-1 record.
“It’s definitely a better first quarter than we’ve had in the past years,” quarterback Philip Rivers said in a conference call earlier. “We still have to keep getting better. We certainly haven’t played our best yet, but it is nice to be winning as we are improving.”