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L.A. Chargers deal Denver Broncos first shutout loss in 25 years - USA Today
Bosa and Chris McCain each had two of the Chargers' five sacks . Los Angeles' defense forced three turnovers and flattened Trevor Siemian and the Broncos (3-3), who hadn't been blanked since a 24-0 loss to the Los Angeles Raiders on Nov. 22, 1992.

3 takeaways from Chargers’ 21-0 win vs. Broncos - Will Reeve Jr (slideshow)
Despite coming in allowing the most rushing yards per game in the NFL, the Chargers held Denver to just 69 yards and exposed just how one-dimensional the Broncos have become in 2017.

Travis Benjamin flashes big-play ability in win over Broncos - Eric Williams
“It’s like a blur,” Chargers running back Melvin Gordon said about Benjamin. “He’s so fast. We see it all the time in practice, but when we get a chance to see it on game day and the world gets to see it, it’s even crazier.”

AFC Notes: Chargers, Cutler, Thomas - Greg Goldstein
La Canfora points out that the team does have a few years to get things right before they move into the new Inglewood stadium that will be shared with their Hollywood rival Rams. Although, there’s still concern about the lack of a Plan B if things continue to sputter for the newly relocated franchise. In addition to facing the challenge of capturing attention of the fanbase from the now 5-2 Rams, the Chargers are set in a smaller stadium and less certainty off the gridiron as well, even though it would seem that the team’s ownership group is not backing down from the problems that have stemmed from their controversial move from San Diego.

Chargers push win streak to three games as defense shuts out Broncos - Eric Williams
"It's a great feeling," Chargers defensive end Melvin Ingram said. "We all stuck together when times were hard – and I'm not saying times are good – but we are going to stick together not matter what. We are going to keep grinding and let everything else take care of itself in the end."

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