3:50 PM EDT, Fri October 20, 2017

5 reasons the Denver Broncos will beat the L.A. Chargers*

Five reasons the Denver Broncos (3-2) will defeat the L.A. Chargers (2-3) on Sunday in Carson: Damming up Rivers. The Broncos have won 10 of their past 12 games against a Philip Rivers-led team. Denver knows Rivers and his team’s passing concepts as few opponents do. Up to six Broncos cornerbacks...

5 reasons the L.A. Chargers* will beat the Denver Broncos

Five reasons the Los Angeles Chargers will beat the Denver Broncos on Sunday. Lack of firepower: Denver is ailing at wide receiver, the offense’s foremost strength entering the season. Emmanuel Sanders is out with an ankle injury. He is a very good route runner who also stretches the defense. A...

CHARGERS CHAT: Previewing the Broncos at StubHub Center

After winning two consecutive games on the road, the Chargers will come "home" to face the Denver Broncos at the StubHub Center. Beat writer Dan Woike previews the matchup with reporter Annie Heilbrunn.

Chargers coach: Opposing fans not a concern

The Chargers return to StubHub Center on Sunday for their first “home” game after a pair of wins on the road. And while the Chargers’ home stadium has routinely been filled with fans of the opposing team — which surely will happen again against Denver — head coach Anthony Lynn said that it shouldn’t...

Chargers offense still looking to score early

The Chargers offense has been outscored in the first quarter 50-7 through six games this season. Offensive coordinator Ken Whisenhunt and quarterback Philip Rivers discuss what needs to improve to get on the board early.