Last week the San Diego Chargers put up 423 yards of total offense. The Denver Broncos? Just 267. Yet both teams left the field on the wrong side of the scoreboard.

While San Diego has dominated in both yards and game clock in the lead (most time spent leading a game), the Chargers find themselves at 1-4 and in the basement of the AFC West. The Broncos, meanwhile, have been middle of the road in terms of offensive production, points and time of possession – all key indicators for offensive success – and yet the Broncos are again off to a hot start at 4-1, tied for the lead in the division.

Philip Rivers has piled up the stats, while Trevor Siemian expects to return to the lineup after missing a game and a half with a sprained AC joint. Here’s what to expect in the Thursday Night Football matchup, courtesy of 120 Sports.