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Chargers vs. Broncos: Week 11 open thread

CARSON, CA - OCTOBER 22: Darius Philon #93 of the Los Angeles Chargers tackles Devontae Booker #23 of the Denver Broncos during the second quarter of the game at the StubHub Center on October 22, 2017 in Carson, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
CARSON, CA - OCTOBER 22: Darius Philon #93 of the Los Angeles Chargers tackles Devontae Booker #23 of the Denver Broncos during the second quarter of the game at the StubHub Center on October 22, 2017 in Carson, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)
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The Los Angeles Chargers are looking for their seventh win in a row.

The last time they faced the Denver Broncos, they handed them their first shutout loss in 25 years. The Broncos (3-6) will come into this game struggling nearly as much as they were last year, and the Chargers should be considered heavy favorites as a result.

Joey Bosa, who has missed the entire season to this point while resting a foot injury, will be active for the first time all season. However, expect him to see limited reps in this game.

Here are the players who will be inactive for the Bolts on Sunday:

Trevor Williams, Detrez Newsome, Chris Landrum, Cole Toner, Trent Scott, Forrest Lamp and Justin Jones. While Bosa returns to action, Lamp continues to be a disappointment due to injuries.

The Broncos are a team in turmoil and their coach, Vance Joseph, is squarely on the hot seat. However, it is a division rivalry and those victories don’t ever come easily.

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The Chargers won the most recent meeting between these teams 21-0, but Denver still holds a healthy 65-51-1 advantaage in the all-time series.

Kickoff is scheduled for 1:05 pm PT and the game will be televised on CBS. Keep it here for live discussion on the game with fans of the Chargers.

Following the game, we will have a full report on the action as well as our usual analysis of the game and team in the days to come. Wth a win, the Chargers can get to 8-2 on the season and keep pace with the division leading Kansas City Chiefs, who face the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football.

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