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On the road for Week 6 Monday Night Football, the Broncos, who’ve been atrocious on offense this year, take on the Chargers, who’ve been a letdown on defense to start the year.
The Chargers have allowed 30 points per game over the last three weeks, including giving up 38 to the Jacksonville Jaguars.
In their last three games, the Chargers have faced the Jaguars, Houston Texans, and Cleveland Browns—not exactly the most high-octane offenses.
The Broncos cannot get on the same page offensively, but this could be a week against a division opponent in which we see them move the ball more.
The Chargers will be without edge rusher Joey Bosa in this one. The cornerbacks, Asante Samuel Jr. and J.C. Jackson, have struggled this season, giving up 245 yards or more and two touchdowns.
Broncos quarterback Russell Wilson hasn’t looked right this season, but he often looks for wide receiver Courtland Sutton who should be in for a great game.
After their most recent performances, it’s hard to instill any confidence in the Broncos, so we’ll treat this as a game where, if the Broncos can’t pull through, maybe we look more down on them for offense moving forward.
The Chargers will face a tricky Broncos secondary with cornerback Patrick Surtain II and safeties, Kareem Jackson and Justin Simmons.
The Chargers should pull this one out at home, but it could be tight in the point differential column.
Asking the Broncos to score over three touchdowns after their Week 3 and 5 performance may seem nonsensical, but remember, they did surpass this in Week 4 against the Las Vegas Raiders.
Going back to Wilson/Sutton and the Chargers secondary, there are plenty of beatable matchups for the Broncos—we have to hope Wilson doesn’t throw those same interceptions we saw last week.
The Broncos are without running back Javonte Williams. Still, they’ll have a three-back committee with Melvin Gordon, Mike Boone, and Latavius Murray that should help.
The Chargers are giving up nearly 370 yards of offense per game (ninth in the league), with over 130 of that coming on the ground.
This has the makings of an excellent offensive showing by the Broncos. We think they’ll deliver after the mini-bye week.
While the intention isn’t to fade the Chargers here, there’s too much value on the Broncos to pass up on, given the matchup.
The third and final leg involves the player we’ve coveted throughout this—Sutton.
Despite the Broncos’Broncos’ offensive woes, Sutton has 45 targets on the year (three games with double digits) and no less than 52 yards in a game.
He has just one touchdown and a lot of that, again, has to do with how bad the Broncos have been on offense.
In Week 4, where they scored over 20, Sutton scored his lone touchdown this season while having his lowest yardage output.
Against the Chargers, he’ll face both Samuel Jr. and Jackson—they’ve not been what Chargers fans had hoped for heading into this season.
We’re banking on a lot here, but this has to be where the Broncos click. Sutton should find the end zone against a leaky defense here.
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