BRONCOS AT CHARGERS
AFTER HISTORIC COMEBACK, DENVER WINS 35-24: The Broncos scored 35 consecutive points after halftime and beat the San Diego Chargers 35-24 at Qualcomm Stadium.
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BRONCOS TV ON SITE: QUALCOMM STADIUM: View today’s episode of Broncos TV On Site, featuring Chris Hall and Gray Caldwell as they break down the Week 6 Monday Night Football showdown between the Broncos and AFC West rival San Diego.
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PREGAME PHOTO GALLERY: View pictures from pregame before the Broncos-Chargers AFC West battle on Monday Night Football.
INACTIVES: The Broncos have announced the names of the players who will be inactive for tonight’s contest.
BRONCOS LOSE COIN TOSS, START GAME ON DEFENSE: After losing the coin toss, the Broncos start the game on defense.
SAN DIEGO TAKES 3-0 LEAD: The Chargers have scored first thanks to a short field set up by Denver’s fumble on a punt return.
CHARGERS PULL AHEAD, 10-0: San Diego has a 10-0 lead after once again starting a possession inside Denver’s 20-yard line. This time, the Chargers needed just two plays to score, as Philip Rivers found tight end Antonio Gates for a 15-yard scoring strike.
CHARGERS PAD LEAD ON PICK-SIX: San Diego has a 17-0 lead after the Chargers and Broncos traded picks, with San Diego’s Quentin Jammer returning his 80 yards for a touchdown.
INJURY UPDATES: Tackle Orlando Franklin has a hamstring injury and his return is probable.
CHARGERS MAKE IT 24-0 BEFORE HALFTIME: With time in the first half winding down, the Chargers drove down the field on a scoring drive that culminated in an 11-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Philip Rivers to tight end Antonio Gates.
MANNING-TO-DECKER PUTS BRONCOS ON THE BOARD: With an eight-play, 85-yard drive, the Broncos have cut the San Diego lead to 24-7.
CARTER’S FUMBLE RETURN BRINGS BRONCOS WITHIN 10: A sack by defensive end Elvis Dumervil set up a 65-yard fumble return for a touchdown by cornerback Tony Carter, who cut the lead to 10 points on the play.
DENVER MAKES IT 21 UNANSWERED, TRAILS 24-21: The Broncos trail by just three points after a 55-yard touchdown drive that culminated in a 7-yard touchdown pass from Manning to wide receiver Eric Decker.
BRONCOS TAKE 28-24 LEAD: Taking advantage of good field position after an interception by cornerback Tony Carter, the Broncos capped off a 50-yard drive on a 21-yard touchdown pass from Manning to wide receiver Brandon Stokley.
HARRIS SEALS THE DEAL: A 46-yard interception return for a touchdown by cornerback Chris Harris has capped off a dominant second half in which the Broncos have outscored the Chargers 35-0 and taken an 11-point lead in a game they trailed by 24 at halftime.