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Complete information for Sunday's game between the Denver Broncos and San Diego Chargers.  

By SI Wire
December 12, 2014

Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers

A victory by the Broncos (10-3), who haven’t lost an AFC West road game in four seasons, on Sunday at Qualcomm Stadium in San Diego will give Denver its fourth straight division title. They can also clinch a first-round bye depending on what happens in other games. San Diego (8-5) still has Wild Card aspirations and will look to get back on track after a 23-14 loss last week to the New England Patriots.

You can follow the game with live stats and play-by-play here.

How to watch

Details for Sunday’s game are below:

Kickoff: 4:05 p.m. ET

Live stream: The game can be live streamed here.

TV coverage: CBS

Radio: For a list of Broncos affiliates, click here. For a list of Chargers affiliates, click here.

Season recaps


Week 14: Broncos 24, Bills 17

C.J. Anderson ran for three touchdowns in Denver's third straight victory. Peyton Manning was held without a touchdown pass for the first time in 51 games. Manning was also picked off twice and threw for only 173 yards. Buffalo’s Sammy Watkins caught seven passes for 127 yards and Kyle Orton attempted a team-record 57 passes. He had one touchdown and two interceptions and threw for 355 yards.

Week 13: Broncos 29, Chiefs 16

Denver scored the game's first 17 points en route to a convincing win over division rival Kansas City. After rushing for 167 yards the previous week, C.J. Anderson ran for 168 yards against the Chiefs. Peyton Manning completed 17 of 34 passes for 179 yards and two touchdowns in the victory. DeMarcus Ware recorded his first interception of the season as the Broncos forced three turnovers.

Week 12: Broncos 39, Dolphins 36

The Broncos scored 22 points in the fourth quarter to overcome a 28-17 deficit and beat the Dolphins at home. Peyton Manning completed 28 of 35 passes for 257 yards and four touchdowns. Emmanuel Sanders continued his breakout seasons with nine catches for 125 yards, and Demaryius Thomas had 87 receiving yards and three touchdowns. Second-year running back C.J. Anderson set a career-high with 167 yards and added a touchdown on the ground.

Week 11: Rams 22, Broncos 7

Peyton Manning threw two interceptions as the Broncos lost their third game of the season. Manning finished 34 of 54 for 389 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. It was the first game all season in which Manning didn't throw for multiple touchdowns. Denver ran the ball just 10 times for 28 yards while allowing 131 yards on the ground to the Rams.


Week 14: Patriots 23, Chargers 14

For the second straight game, the Patriots dug themselves a first-half deficit, but this time they rebounded to beat the Chargers. Tom Brady threw for 317 yards and two touchdowns as the Patriots scored the game's final 20 points. Julian Edelman caught eight balls for 141 yards, including a 69-yard touchdown catch in the fourth quarter to seal the victory. Linebacker Jamie Collins had two sacks for the Patriots.

Week 13: Chargers 34, Ravens 33

Philip Rivers threw a touchdown pass to Eddie Royal with 38 seconds remaining to push the Chargers to a road win over the Ravens. Rivers completed 34 of 45 passes for 383 yards, three touchdowns and an interception, and Keenan Allen led the team with 11 catches for 121 yards and two scores.

Week 12: Chargers 27, Rams 24

Marcus Gilchrist had an interception in the final minute to end a Rams' comeback attempt and seal the victory. Philip Rivers completed 29 of 35 passes for 291 yards, one touchdown and one interception, and Keenan Allen had 104 receiving yards and a touchdown. Ryan Matthews had a 32-yard rushing touchdown en route to 105 yards on the day.

Week 11: Chargers 13, Raiders 6

San Diego managed just 300 yards of total offense, but it was still enough to beat the then-winless Raiders. Philip Rivers threw a touchdown in the opening minute to Malcom Floyd, but the offense sputtered for the rest of the game. San Diego's defense made up for the offense's struggles by limiting the Raiders to 233 yards of offense.

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