Chargers and Broncos meet up for second time in 18 days (The Associated Press)

The Broncos and Chargers aren’t exactly the same teams that met in San Diego on Oct. 13 when Denver’s 15-game divisional road winning streak skidded to a halt in a 21-13 loss that snapped the Chargers out of a 10-game AFC West funk. Following with a win at Atlanta, the Chargers (3-4) have gone from stagger to swagger, saving coach Mike McCoy’s hide and earning the chance to make the season’s second half much more meaningful. ”We’ve won two in a row but this is what we expected, what we should have done in some of those earlier games,” Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers said.