Broncos OLB Von Miller intercepts Chargers QB Philip Rivers

Streaking Chargers face challenge hosting Broncos on Sunday

Streaking Chargers face challenge hosting Broncos on Sunday

The Los Angeles Chargers keep losing the "Fight For LA" despite actually playing well on the field. They dodged a bullet, finishing off the Chargers 23-22.

It marked the first game of the season that Rivers threw two interceptions.

The team trailed 19-7 with just under four minutes to play in the third quarter when Von Miller picked off Philip Rivers and returned it 42 yards to the Los Angeles 18-yard line. The Chargers can consider this payback for the 0-21 defeat they dealt Denver the last time the teams encountered one another. Wide receivers Emmanuel Sanders and Courtland Sutton made crucial catches of 38 and 30 yards, respectively, on the final drive to set McManus up.

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Brandon McManus, two weeks after missing a pair of long field goals against Houston, lined up and booted the ball 34 yards through the uprights.

A tough day at the office for the Bolts who drop to 7-3 on the season and must get ready to face the Arizona Cardinals next week.

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