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Video: Broncos Stun Chargers in Los Angeles On Last Play Field Goal 23-22

Highlights of the Broncos huge win over the Chargers in Los Angeles.

Video: NFL Playbook Breaks Down the Broncos at Chargers Sunday Matchup

NFL Playbook previews the Week 11 matchup between the Denver Broncos and the Los Angeles Chargers.

Broncos RB Royce Freeman a Go at Practice; Will Play Sunday Against Chargers

NFL Insider Adam Caplan gave Broncos fans some good news on Friday, as he reported that RB Royce Freeman was a go at practice, and that he is good to go for Sunday’s game at the Chargers in Los Angeles.

Freeman has been dealing with an ankle sprain, and has not played since week seven against the Arizona Cardinals in a Broncos Thursday night 45-10 win, the last time the team earned a ‘W’.

On the year, Freeman has rushed for 309 yards, putting up 4.4 yards per carry with four touchdowns. His ability to help the run game will for sure give the team a spark on Sunday in Los Angeles.

Broncos Rookie RB Royce Freeman Back on the Practice Field

Broncos rookie running back Royce Freeman returned to practice on Thursday according to Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic.

His level of participation is unclear, though he was seen wearing a helmet at the start of practice. This would be a quick recovery for Freeman, who is only two weeks removed from suffering a high-ankle sprain.

If Freeman returns for Sunday’s home game against the Houston Texans, it would be a downgrade for both Phillip Lindsay and Devontae Booker. The Broncos may err on the side of caution with their bye week coming up in Week 10.

Broncos Officially Send Wide Out Demaryius Thomas to the Texans

The Broncos have traded wide receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Texans in exchange for a 2019 fourth-round draft pick, Kevin Patra of reports. This according to sources informed of the deal.

The teams are also swapping seventh-rounders, per Ian Rapoport of NFL Network.

Thomas is the first big-name player to move on the final day trades can be executed. Thomas will immediately face his former team when the Texans host the Broncos on Sunday.

The Broncos moving the 30-year-old receiver was heavily speculated in recent weeks. Thomas’ production has waned this season as his rapport with Case Keenum hasn’t materialized. With $14 million in base salary for 2019, it was likely the end of the line for Thomas in Denver. Sitting at 3-5, staring at another lost season, getting a draft pick in compensation made sense.

Report: Broncos Closing in on Shipping WR Demaryius Thomas to the Texans

The Broncos might just be looking at 2019 at this point, as reports say the team is close to sending receiver Demaryius Thomas to the Houston Texans.

Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports that the Broncos and Texans are close to a deal in which Thomas would head to Houston for a mid-round pick.

The former first-round pick has 402 yards receiving this season to go along with three touchdowns. Since being a first-round pick in 2010 he has 9055 yards and 60 touchdowns for the Broncos to go along with one Super Bowl ring.

Broncos RB Royce Freeman Still Sidelined with Ankle Sprain

Broncos rookie running back Royce Freeman remained sidelined at practice on Thursday according to Troy Renck of Denver7.

It appears that Freeman has little chance to suit up for the Broncos’ crucial road game against the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday after suffering a high-ankle sprain in last Thursday’s win over the Arizona Cardinals. We would expect Freeman to be officially ruled out when the Broncos release their final injury report on Friday.

Without him on the field, look for undrafted rookie sensation Phillip Lindsay to get the bulk of the work against the Chiefs’ soft run defense with Devontae Booker used as a change-of-pace back. For the season Freeman has thus far rushed for 309 yards and four touchdowns but he sees little work in the passing game.

Week 6 Prediction Article: L.A. Rams @ Denver Broncos

That’s right, no need to get scared.  We have been here before, in fact, just last season.  Will this be the turning point of the season for the Broncos or are they headed down the road for another 5-11 season, at best?  The 5-0 Rams come into Denver boasting the leagues #1 offense.  QB Jared Goff leads the NFL in passing yards with 1,727.  He has completed 72.3% of his passes, only trailing Drew Brees.  He has thrown 12 touchdowns to just 4 interceptions and they are firing on all cylinders.

The Broncos have not looked good over their 3 game losing streak and are hoping that the season turns around today.  Vance Joseph is certainly on the hot-seat and a blow out today at home by the Rams could spell the end of Joseph in Denver.

The play calling on both sides of the ball has been way too conservative.  We have to be mean and aggressive and we have to play smash mouth football on in all phases.  I want to see players like Josey Jewell and Royce Freeman uncaged.  I want to see Case Keenum stretch the field with Sutton, DT and Sanders.  I want the Broncos to go back to the winning culture that all know and love.  I want to cheer again.

Ok, enough of the negativity…

Everyone on the Broncos roster and staff knows what is at stake.  Its time to right the ship, and it happens today, at home, against the unbeaten Rams.  Convinced?

Bold Predictions

Von Miller records 2 sacks, 1 FF and 1 TD.

Royce Freeman rushes for over 100 yards.

Keenum throws 3 touchdowns and 0 interceptions.  One to Sanders, one to Sutton and one to DT.

Final Score Prediction

L.A. Rams – 17

Denver Broncos – 31

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