Oct 19, 2014; San Diego, CA, USA; San Diego Chargers wide receiver Keenan Allen (13) makes a catch during the fourth quarter as Kansas City Chiefs defensive back Kurt Coleman (27) defends at Qualcomm Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jake Roth-USA TODAY Sports
The San Diego Chargers are in Denver to face off against the Broncos and everyone already believes that they are going to lose the game, but there is a reason why we play these games.
If everyone believes that the Chargers are going to lose on Thursday Night against the Denver Broncos, then why are we even watching this game? We might as well just move on to Miami and face off against the Dolphins. Just call it a day and rest up all the injuries and play next week.
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We already beat the Seattle Seahawks already this season and I still have that same confidence going into this game against Denver. That Seahawks team is the same team that has beaten Denver this year and they stomped on Denver in the Super Bowl.
Any given THURSDAY. We just watched it happen when the Kansas City Chiefs came to town on us and we almost watched the Oakland Raiders do it to us. We play up to our competition.
We have a history of stepping up big in the big games. We are giant killers. The Denver Broncos look like the biggest baddest team in the league right now, but our team has embraced that role of underdog and they love to come in and upset the bigger badder team.
Here are some players that we will need to see make some big time plays Thursday Night against the Denver Broncos: