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Broncos vs Chargers. Great match to watch.

The Broncos (2-3) are looking to get back to.500 with a Week 6 road matchup against the Chargers (3-2), who have won two straight games after suffering two straight losses.

Broncos vs Chargers. USA Today
Image Credit: Getty Images. Broncos vs Chargers. USA Today

Broncos vs Chargers

For the Broncos, the worst of them have primarily been on offense. Each club has been coping with major injuries to key players. In addition to the season-ending injuries to tackle Garett Bolles and running back Javonte Williams, quarterback Russell Wilson has been suffering from a shoulder ailment. As the offense has failed to find the end zone lately, Wilson & Co. will have to continue the battle for improvement despite losing some of their greatest players.

Broncos vs Chargers. USA Today
Image Credit- Getty Images. Broncos vs Chargers. USA Today

Meanwhile, Los Angeles has placed tackle Rashawn Slater and Pro Bowl pass rusher Joey Bosa on injured reserve, and their quarterback, Justin Herbert, has been playing despite having rib injuries. Despite the fact that wideouts Keenan Allen and Mike Williams have been sidelined since Week 1 with injuries, Herbert still has one of the greatest weapons in the game at his disposal in running back Austin Ekeler. In addition, Williams has performed admirably without Allen; he has recorded 100 or more receiving yards in three of his last four contests. On Monday, top cornerback Pat Surtain II will probably have the job of containing Williams.

Broncos vs Chargers. USA Today
Image Credit: Getty Images. Broncos vs Chargers. USA Today


Before the game on Monday, Denver ruled out ILB Josey Jewell (knee) and S Caden Sterns (hip), and the Broncos listed seven players as questionable: G Dalton Risner (back), OLB Jonathon Cooper (hamstring), OL Billy Turner (knee), CB Damarri Mathis (knee), TE Eric Saubert (thigh), and G/C Quinn Meinerz (hamstring).

Los Angeles rated both Trey Pipkins III (knee) and Allen (hamstring) as questionable.

Where to watch on TV

Play-by-Play: Joe Buck

Analyst: Troy Aikman

Sideline: Lisa Salters

Where to watch(Broncos vs Chargers) on Mobile


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Maria Joseph
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