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Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos
When and Where: Sunday, Dec. 30, Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver, Colo., 4:25 p.m. EST.
The Los Angeles Chargers make their play for the AFC West title and potentially home-field advantage throughout the playoffs Sunday when they close the regular season on the road against the Denver Broncos.
The Chargers (11-4) at worst will be the top wild card in the AFC, but a victory coupled with a Kansas City Chiefs loss to the Oakland Raiders would make them the No. 1 seed in the conference and send the AFC playoffs through Carson, California.
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Chargers focused on task at hand after humbling loss
Los Angeles (11-4) missed out controlling its own destiny last weekend after arguably its worst performance of the season, a 22-10 setback to Baltimore on Dec. 15. The Chargers were held to a season-low 198 yards and committed a season-worst three turnovers, one of which resulted in a defensive touchdown by the Ravens in the fourth quarter that consigned them to defeat.
That loss, along with their 23-22 setback at home to the Broncos in Week 11 that account for Los Angeles’ only two defeats in the last 12 games, has led to a renewed focus on the things the Chargers themselves can control.
“Worry about us.”
We’ve got one focus in Week 17 » https://t.co/2gFFi2TLhs pic.twitter.com/ZgwekAOFSH
— Los Angeles Chargers (@Chargers) December 27, 2018
“Let’s focus on us, get back to playing the way we’ve played most of this year,” Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers told the Los Angeles Times. “Offensively, we’ve got plenty of things to work on this week.”
One thing is getting top running back Melvin Gordon III back into game shape for the postseason. Gordon had 12 carries for 41 yards in the loss to Baltimore in his first action after missing four games with a knee injury.
While it may be too big an ask for Gordon to get the 157 yards he needs for a second straight season with 1,000, he is the key cog to a ground game that averages 117.1 yards and was held to 85 in two of the four games he did not play.
On the defensive side, Joey Bosa is quickly making up for lost time and has recorded all of his 4.5 sacks — good for second on the Chargers — in the last five games after missing the first 10 with a foot injury.
The 37-year-old Rivers is enjoying one of the best seasons of his career with 4,132 yards passing and 31 TDs. He needs three scoring tosses to match his career high of 34 set in 2008 and has an outside chance to set a new personal best for completion percentage. Rivers, who has a 68.8 percent rate this season, set his career standard at 69.5 in 2013.