Chargers vs Broncos odds, time, streaming, and more: Everything fans must know

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The LA Chargers won an ugly game against the New England Patriots in Week 13 to move to 4-6 on the season. While many fans have given up on a miracle playoff run, the Chargers are not statistically eliminated yet from the playoffs.

The sea is somewhat parting for the Chargers as well as several key teams in the AFC playoff picture either lost or suffered key injuries in Week 13. Los Angeles still has a massive mountain to climb, but 9-8 might actually be enough to make the playoffs depending on who they beat down the stretch.

If the Chargers are going to make any kind of run it has to continue with a win over the Denver Broncos in Week 13. This is essentially a loser leaves town match, as the playoff odds for both teams will take a drastic hit with a loss. Here is everything that fans need to know.

Chargers vs Broncos odds:

Despite having a worse record, the Chargers are 2.5-point favorites as the home team in this matchup. This makes the Chargers a -154 money line favorite while the Broncos are a +130 money line underdog. The point total for the game has been set at 43.5 points.

Odds update periodically and are subject to change.

Chargers vs Broncos time:

With this game being on the West Coast it will be part of the afternoon slate of games. Kickoff is scheduled for 1:25 p.m. PST. There are two 1:05 p.m. PST kickoffs and one other 1:25 kickoff that wil overshadow this game between the Kansas City Chiefs and Buffalo Bills.

How to watch Chargers vs Broncos:

The Chiefs-Bills game is going to be the main game that CBS is offering on Sunday with Jim Nance and Tony Romo on the call. If you live outside of the Los Angeles and Denver area then there is a good chance that game will be broadcast.

Local fans can watch the Chargers and Broncos on CBS as well as on Paramount+. Out-of-market fans are going to need NFL Sunday Ticket via YouTube TV in order to watch the game live.

In-market fans that do not have Paramount+ or a cable subscription can sign up for Fubo TV. Fubo is offering a seven-day free trial for new users and will have the Chargers-Broncos game on CBS for in-market fans.