Bold Predictions-Divisional Round Edition

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Jan 5, 2014; Cincinnati, OH, USA; San Diego Chargers running back Danny Woodhead (39) runs the ball during the third quarter against the Cincinnati Bengals during the AFC wild card playoff football game at Paul Brown Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Pat Lovell-USA TODAY Sports

Chargers Upset Broncos in Denver (Again)
The most anticipated match-up in the entire divisional round, the Broncos and Chargers will meet up once again to do battle, this time in the frigid temperatures of Denver, Colorado. As this game nears closer, the once evident winner seems now extremely hard to predict. At seasons glance everybody would assume that Denver should be the outright winner in this game, however after the Bolts went in and beat the Broncos at home, something that nobody else had ever done in the 2013 season. When looking at this game, all of the signs point to Denver, however in reality there is some quality about the Chargers that makes this game difficult to predict. The Chargers have pulled off one of the best late-season comebacks in recent history (contrary to the stigma of being the Chargers). This year has to be something special. It has to be. These Chargers just have too much momentum behind them to lose against the Broncos. Look for Philip Rivers and this Chargers defense especially to prove to be the deciding factor in this game.

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Topics: AFC, AFC Divisional Round, Bold Predictions, Carolina Panthers, Denver Broncos, Divisional Round, NFC, NFC Divisional Round, Playoffs, San Diego Chargers, San Francisco 49ers

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  • ahrcshaw

    I have no idea what got into the DB’s heads, but I do not think I have seen a Pro Football Game where in there were so many Stupid penalties for Wrestling. The reason for the 49er win was these DB’s seemed to keep giving the ball back to the 49er O on third and long. Also for some reason the Panthers never got pressure on Kaep on 3rd and long, and that was all they needed.

    Needless to say, the Panthers will be remembered for this game for a long time and it seemed to be all because of trash talk and play by the DB’s. It is a sad commentary for the rest of the team.