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Chargers prepare for Broncos

It’s been a good week here at Chargers Park. After a dramatic win in Jacksonville against the Jaguars, the San Diego Chargers have renewed confidence for their next game — and they will need it because they will face the Denver Broncos, in Qualcomm Stadium.

It won’t be easy defeating the division leaders. Quarterback Philip Rivers said, “It’s a defensive coordinator (Wade Phillips) I have a great deal of respect for, and it’s a defense that’s really good.”

Philip Rivers

Philip Rivers

Rivers ticked off the accomplishments of the Denver defense like he was checking down defensive players on the line. “Top to bottom, they do it all. The play against the run well, they play against the pass well — shot, they’ve won a couple games this year and they didn’t [allow] a touchdown from the other side. It’s impressive.”

The Broncos just put an end to the unbeaten season of the New England Patriots so Denver has a lot of confidence as well.

The Broncos haven’t had Peyton Manning under center for several weeks, he’s been out recovering from a partially torn plantar fascia in his left foot, but that hasn’t stopped them from winning. Back up QB Brock Osweiler  646 yards, four touchdowns and only two interceptions. Rivers had good things to say about Osweiler. The two had met when Rivers went to visit his former North Carolina State offensive coordinator, Noel Mazzone, who is now the coordinator at UCLA. “I was impressed when he was coming out,” adding, “He’s done a heck of a job these last few weeks.”

Rivers has stayed positive throughout the season, bouncing back from every loss to prepare for the next game.  He looks forward to this next challenge for his team. “Getting a win last week, getting another week of preparation, Play a division opponent, we’ll be riled up and ready to go.”

Video and photos by Claudia Gestro

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Claudia is of Peruvian and Italian descent, having been born in a small town, in the North of Peru, South America. She was raised by her grandmother from an early age, living in poverty until Claudia’s mother brought her to America. She landed in Miami, FL and started her new life, playing high school basketball and eventually becoming a United States citizen. Claudia completed her education at Florida International University with a BA in Broadcast Journalism and became a model to supplement her income. Since graduating from FIU Claudia has worked with many of the Spanish Language broadcasting companies, including Telemundo, Univision and most recently Spanish Language channels on SiriusXM satellite radio and PasTV Deportes in Venezuela.She encourages you to follow her on Twitter and Facebook. Her content appears here under a shared content agreement with her Spanish television clients. Contact the author.

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