The Broncos are heading to San Diego this time, and with Tebow leading the way, this Denver squad feels like it can beat anybody. That includes a Chargers' team that is struggling to stay in contention in an extremely competitive AFC West.
It's been a long time since the Broncos have been in the power position for this matchup. With Philip Rivers leading one of the NFL's best vertical passing attacks, San Diego has dominated Denver in recent years.
When the Chargers squeaked out a win at the beginning of the season, it seemed like more of the same in Denver, as many people wrote off the Broncos for good.
They had a horrible quarterback crisis, the defense couldn't stop a nosebleed and the loss dropped them to 1-4 on the season.
Now, things have all changed.
Tebow has been the knight in shining armor for the Broncos. He has helped Denver reel off three consecutive wins, and the Broncos are 4-1 with the University of Florida product under center. The run game has been remarkably effective and the pass rush on defense has been relentless thanks to Rookie of the Year candidate Von Miller.
In Week 12, a hot Broncos team is going to knock off an ice-cold Chargers team—here are five reasons why.