While the Chargers pose a real threat to the Broncos, if Denver responds the way they should, they can get back on track Sunday.
Is this year's Mike McCoy-led offense is actually improved, or if the 42 points against the Cowboys is just fresh in everyone's minds?
Broncos running back C.J. Anderson wasn't going to beat around the bush after Sunday's loss to the New York Giants.
Vance Joseph announced that both Emmanuel Sanders and Isaiah McKenzie will be unavailable against the Chargers
Gritty. Gutty. Demaryius Thomas's Sunday night performance on the football field at Sports Authority Field at Mile High were both, and more.
With a loss to the previously winless Giants on Sunday night, Denver dropped to 3-5 over their last eight games under the lights.
More doesn't always mean better in the NFL, and the Denver Broncos are finding that out with every passing start by Trevor Siemian.
“When you have three turnovers, it’s hard to say you played well," Joseph said postgame.
Sunday's dismal performance by the offensive line has to have the team concerned about whether it can compete in an AFC West loaded with elite pass rushers.
The Broncos' elite run defense was anything but, as the Giants effortlessly tore through them on Sunday night.