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Chargers vs Broncos: Monday Night Football Scores

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Chargers vs Broncos: The Monday night football scores of Chargers vs Broncos are updated here. Denver Broncos were defeated by San Diego Chargers in their week 11 game.

Final Score: San Diego Chargers, 35 and Denver Broncos, 14

First Quarter Status:

Both San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos have made good start and scored seven points each in the first quarter.

Second Quarter Status:

San Diego Chargers have improved their performance in the second quarter and scored 14 points whereas Denver Broncos could not score even single point.

By the end of the first half, San Diego Chargers have got 14 points lead against Denver Broncos.

Third Quarter Status:

San Diego Chargers have maintained the same form in the third quarter too and scored seven points, but there is no change in the Denver Broncos status.

Fourth Quarter Status:

Denver Broncos have improved their performance and gave tough competition to San Diego Chargers in the final quarter. In this quarter, both have scored seven points each.
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