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Thursday Week 8 in the NFL regular season will see Philip Rivers and the 5-2 San Diego Chargers face off against the Payton and the Denver Broncos. The Broncos and Chargers have meet 108 times in their franchise history with the Broncos edging them out with 58 victories and tonight looks to be ad another notch in Payton Manning and the Denver Broncos belt. The San Diego Chargers defense has not allowed over 300 yards in the air from any team this season while their run defense is a bit suspect and the Broncos are an offensive passing arsenal without a tremendous run game so it will make for a very good game with the winner expected to go on and win the AFC division.
After the Chargers game tonight the Broncos won't be returning to Mile High till November 23rd when they face the AFC East Miami Dolphins for week 12 of the regular season. The last meeting was back in 2011 and the Broncos won 18-15.
The two home games in December will be the Broncos vs Bills on Dec 4th for week 14 of the season at the Sports Authority Field. The Buffalo Bills are currently 4-3. The last home game in Denver will be the Broncos vs Raiders who are 0-6 and have not beaten the Broncos since before the 2012 season. The fellow AFC West Oakland Raiders are 0-6 this season.
Broncos on the Road
Patriots vs Broncos will be on week nine November 2nd at Gillette Stadium as the two future Hall of Famer Quarterbacks take each other on for what might be one of the last times. Week 10 will be the
Raiders vs Broncos in Oakland at the O.co Coliseum Sunday November 9th at 1:05pm. Week 13 will be fellow AFC rivalry Broncos vs Chiefs at the Arrowhead Stadium for the Sunday night game of the week November 30th 5:30pm. In the 2013 season the Broncos blanked the Chiefs by winning both games. Week 15 Sunday Dec 14th will be in San Diego California at the Qualcomm Stadium the
Chargers vs Broncos will play at 1:05pm. Monday night December 22nd at 5:30pm at Paul Brown Stadium will be the
Bengals vs Broncos for their first game against each other since the Broncos beat them in 2012 31-23.
Sports Authority Field at Mile High
1701 Mile High Stadium Circle
Denver, Colorado 80204-1701
Was formally known as Invesco Field at Mile High (2001–2011)
Capacity for a Denver Broncos game is 76,125.
Sports Authority Field is also home to the Denver Outlaws.