Mile High Huddle Predicts Denver Broncos vs. San Diego Chargers Week 8

The MHH analysts like Denver's chances of making it two in a row.

It's only been a couple of weeks since the Denver Broncos last met the San Diego Chargers. Without the services of their head coach, the Broncos performed uncharacteristically, to say the least.

With some time in between and another win under their belt, they're ready to show San Diego a different team than the one they trotted out on that Thursday night. Will the Broncos even the season series and notch their first win in the AFC West? The guys at MHH have some thoughts, as always.

Khalid Alshami (@KhalidHAlshami)

Season Record: 2-5

The offense improves from its first outing against the Chargers and the defense builds on their Monday night performance with DeMarcus Ware back in the lineup.

Broncos 24, Chargers 13

Josh Carney (@JCarney_Sports)

Season Record: 5-2

Things didn't go well the last time Denver and San Diego met, but this time the Broncos take care of business as Devontae Booker has a big game in his first NFL start, allowing the Broncos to control the clock and keep Philip Rivers off the field long enough. 

Broncos 17, Chargers 13

Chad Jensen (@ChadNJensen)

Season Record: 3-4

Even without C.J. Anderson, the Broncos rushing attack will continue to produce. Denver's defense stiffens against San Diego and limits them to just one touchdown. Still, it's a relatively close game.

Broncos 23, Chargers 19

Will Keys (@WillKeys6)

Season Record: 4-3

Everybody gets one, and the Chargers got theirs two weeks ago. The Broncos will stay hot just six days after an impressive victory and run the ball with success to prove they can still do it without C.J. We know about Booker, but I think Kapri Bibbs will have a big gain on an outside run at some point.

Denver will get a pick for the first time since Week Four, but Antonio Gates (he played basketball in college) will catch a touchdown, as is tradition.

Broncos 26, Chargers 20

Luc Polglaze (@LucPolglaze)

Season Record: 4-3

If the Broncos can keep Philip Rivers from taking over the game and keep flushing him out of the pocket like they were able to do late in the game on Thusday Night Football, they'll have a very good chance to win.

Broncos 17, Chargers 16

Ray Roybal (@RoybalSportTalk)

Season Record: 5-2

Booker and the offensive line look to avenge the road loss to San Diego a couple weeks back. Philip Rivers will be pressured early and often.

Broncos 31, Chargers 17

Adam Uribes (@auribes37)

Season Record: 4-3

San Diego always seems to play Denver tough and this game figures to be no exception after the Bolts beat the Falcons last week. 

Denver seems to have found its balance with a pretty dominant win over the Texans and figure to be a team with a better m
indset than the one that lost in San Diego a couple of weeks ago. 

It's another close game with Denver doing just enough on both sides of the ball to get the win.

Broncos 20, Chargers 17

There you have it. We're all on the Broncos. What could go wrong?

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Will Keys is an Editor for Mile High Huddle. You can find him on Twitter @WillKeys6.

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