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Broncos, Briefly: Monday, October 31, 2016

*Two yards separated the Chargers from being a two-point conversion away from tying the Broncos with fewer than three minutes to go Sunday. *

Herring, defense take care of business in Phillips' absence (Aric DiLalla)
*The Broncos' best play of the afternoon didn't come without a cost. *

Victory speech: Chargers game (DenverBroncos.com)
*Head Coach Gary Kubiak addresses the team following the Broncos 27-19 victory over the Chargers and hands out two game balls. *

Siemian Says: At halfway point, Trevor overcomes inconsistencies for victory (Ben Swanson)
*Halfway through his first season as the Broncos' starting quarterback, Trevor Siemian knows there's still plenty of room to grow. *

Roby, Doss, Nelson, Booker epitomize next-man-up mentality (Caroline Deisley)
*"We had some key components down," Head Coach Gary Kubiak said following the victory. "When you talk about losing C.J. 'B-Marsh,' and Aqib, we had some players step up to the plate. That's what this league is all about."  *

Highlights: Chargers vs. Broncos Week 8 (DenverBroncos.com)
*The San Diego Chargers take on the Denver Broncos in Week 8 of NFL action. *

Broncos ready for Raiders following Sunday's win (DenverBroncos.com)
*Demaryius Thomas, Darian Stewart, Jared Crick, and Chris Harris Jr. reflect on how Sunday's win against the Chargers has now prepared them for an AFC West showdown against the Raiders. *

The best of the rest: Broncos' Ward living up to his Tasmanian Devil nickname while playing best football of career (Cameron Wolfe, Denver Post)
*After his huge game Sunday in a 27-19 victory over San Diego, Ward joked that he's fine with a position name change if it comes with a few more dollars. No matter the position, he's playing the best football of his career at age 29. *

Broncos' defense plays through adversity for win over Chargers (Jeff Legwold, ESPN.com)
*The win set up a prime-time matchup between the Broncos (6-2) and Oakland Raiders (6-2) Sunday night. It also showed how the Broncos' commitment to loading up draft classes with defensive players continues to pay dividends and keep them in the playoff conversation. *

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