Denver will enter with a 7-8 record for last place in a competitive AFC West division. The Broncos are facing an uphill battle to get back into the playoff conversation over their final two games, and they’ve really cost themselves with consecutive close losses to the Cincinnati Bengals and Las Vegas Raiders.
Los Angeles is 8-7 and coming off one of the most stunning performances of the season. The Chargers followed a tough overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs with a 41-29 loss to the Houston Texans last weekend. Now, they have plenty of work to do in order to guarantee themselves a postseason spot.
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