Denver Broncos at Los Angeles Chargers: Week 17 TV Card

If you see GREEN in your area on the map above, you’ll get the Broncos-Chargers game on your local CBS affiliate. If you live in Alaska or Hawaii, you won’t get the Broncos game this week.

My biggest angst with the Denver Broncos continues to revolve around offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur. Once again he pointed to the players not executing the offense as the reason for last week’s loss and he did it in a sly way as if saying they should do what they did. they hadn’t made it last week against the Los Angeles Chargers. the week.

“I think you want to see the quarterback lead you to victory,” Shurmur said where he wants Drew Lock to improve in Week 17. “You want him to be able to run the attack very effectively, deliver the ball on time, and get us into the end zone. I think those are all things that we all understand and I think it’s important that he understands that – and he does, he just wants to improve.

So far into the season and having listened to Shurmur point to player execution week after week after week, I’m of the opinion that the problem is not the player’s execution of his attack, but the inability of his attack to create executable games. This is especially prevalent in the red zone area.

Win or lose, I think we’re all set to see changes in the coaching staff in January.

Kickoff is scheduled for 2:05 p.m. Mile High time on Sunday, December 26, 2021 at SoFi Stadium in Inglewood, California. The Broncos are 6.5 point underdogs according to our friends at DraftKings Sportsbook. You can watch the live stream of the game via FuboTV or on your local CBS station.

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