The Denver Broncos completed a 24-point comeback over the San Diego Chargers at Qualcomm Stadium last Monday night. It tied for the largest comeback in Broncos history and the largest comeback on the road in NFL history.
The Broncos entered the second half down 24-0 before rattling off 35 consecutive points, becoming the first team to ever come back from a 24-point deficit and win by double digits.
The Broncos forced Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers into six total turnovers—including five in the second half alone—and completed easily their biggest win of the season over their fiercest rival.
The Broncos played a terrible first half, eerily similar to their three previous losses against elite opponents. Denver turned the ball over three times—including two special teams fumbles—before turning it around in the second half to hand the Chargers a devastating loss.
What are some things the Broncos need to carry over from their miracle comeback of last week?