Monday Night Football’s Broncos vs Chargers Match Live

The Denver Broncos (2-3) go away on Monday Night Football to face AFC Western rivals the Los Angeles Chargers (3-2). A win for either team puts AFC West within incredible distance leading the Kansas City Chiefs. In-Game Update 4:55 PM MT: Albert Okwuegbunam was in amazing health from tonight’s match. With rookie Greg Dulcich returning from IR, Albert O’s kennel seems to be taking a bit more extreme. 6:14 PM MT: Denver wins the opening coin toss and postpones ownership to the second half. Not sure if it matters either way. The offense didn’t do much at the beginning or end of the first half. 6:33 PM MT: Attacks from Russell Wilson and Broncos sprinted through the field for the first score of the game, overcoming two early penalties from Lloyd Cushenberry and Cam Fleming. Brandon McManus scored a 51-yard field goal, giving Denver an early 3-0 lead. 6:45 PM MT: After getting the ball back, the Bronco play big again and beat the Chargers 10-0. The first was a triple and a long pass to Jerry Judy at 37 yards, then Wilson found rookie Greg Dulcich opening a 39 yard touchdown pass. 7:02 PM MT: Justin Herbert and the Chargers responded with 15 plays, an 82-yard drive, and Austin Ekeler executed a 6-yard touchdown to intercept the lead with a field goal 10-10. 7. 7:19 PM MT: The Broncos have announced that DL Dre’Mont Jones will be suspicious of returning to play with a neck injury. He returned to the game after a few plays. 7:27 PM MT: With about one minute left in the first half, the Chargers were able to tie 10-10. They had hopes for a touchdown to Baron Browning’s consecutive play. He first sacked Justin Herbert and then blocked a third down pass. 7:31 PM MT: Getting the ball back in 53 seconds in the first half was all they needed for Wilson and the Broncos. Wilson hooked up a 47-yard bomber with KJ Hamler, ultimately leading Denver 13-10 at halftime. Full Q2 summary. 8:02 PM MT: The Chargers opened up the offensive early in the second half and marched just down the field, but Denver’s defense strengthened in the red zone and attempted another field goal. Los Angeles will tie the score at 13:00 in the middle of the third quarter. 8:23 PM MT: Denver’s third quarter crisis continued throughout this game. They scored zero and the Chargers scored in first possession and are in field goal range to start the fourth quarter in the second. Full third quarter summary. 8:26 PM MT: Rookie cornerback in trouble Damarri Mathis has been interfered with three defensive passes this game but never gave up. He came up big in the fourth down to break a pass to get the ball back for Denver. 8:40 PM MT: After punt-backing the Chargers, the Bronco defense had to come back for another drive. Justin Herbert’s first pass was tipped by K’Wuan Williams, blocked by Baron Browning at the Chargers’ 30-yard line. The offense won’t do anything with that opportunity except to give Brandon McManus a 47-yard field goal attempt to put Denver back 16-13 above the table. 8:54 PM MT: Denver’s defense struck a penalty on the Chargers’ next drive. Four minutes into the game, the Chargers added a field goal to level the score at 16. But Denver has 151 penalty yards. This is the most the team has recorded in a single game in nearly 40 years. Game Preview The 2022 regular season is still relatively young, but for Bronco it’s already laying its back on the wall of the AFC West. They lost to the Las Vegas Raiders two weeks ago and could lose everything to the Chargers again tonight. Head coach Nathaniel Hackett said winning division games is important, but the focus right now is just to get a win period. “We are leading 0-1 in the West,” Hackett said last week. “The past is now the past. We need to find a way to win a soccer match. It’s a western opponent that makes it more exciting because it’s a rival. This is a very good soccer team. We have to go there and we have to follow it.” Any narrative built around this team of wild horses over five matches can be shattered with strong performances and victories against playoff-level teams like the Chargers, led by Justin Herbert. Kickoff kicks off Monday, October 17, 2022 at 6:15 PM Mile High at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, CA. You can watch the live stream of the game via FuboTV or NBC. My Predictions Work with DraftKings Sportsbook to cover all my picks from TallySight this year. Since everyone but myself predicted we would lose to the Chargers tonight, our staff are fairly confident that the Bronco will lay another egg in this game. I was a lonely optimist thinking that the Bronco could actually win this game.
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