Predominantly Orange writers Baylor Bradac and Matt Geving join me in predicting week 12’s AFC West games, including Pittsburgh Steelers at Denver Broncos.
The Denver Broncos have won just four games this season. One of those games came on Sunday against their division rival Los Angeles Chargers.
Broncos rookie running back Phillip Lindsay ran for 79 yards and scored two touchdowns on the ground (two of the team’s three rushing touchdowns).
Quarterback Case Keenum did not score a passing touchdown in the victory, but he also did not throw an interception, which is a plus.
Rookie wide receiver Courtland Sutton caught three passes for 78 yards, tied for his career high in yards during his short time in the league.
Linebacker Von Miller intercepted a Phillip Rivers pass and returned it 42 yards, setting up a touchdown run by Royce Freeman.
The Oakland Raiders, led by quarterback Derek Carr’s two touchdown passes, won a close game against the Arizona Cardinals, 23-21.
Cardinals rookie quarterback Josh Rosen threw three touchdown passes and two interceptions, while running back David Johnson HD a great performance. Johnson ran 25 times for 137 yards.
Monday Night’s game was a game for the ages. The Kansas City Chiefs traveled to Los Angeles to face the Rams.
If you didn’t tune in to the game, let me tell you: you missed the best regular season football game.