Chargers gutted out a wild, back-and-forth 19-16 victory to top the Broncos on Monday Night Football.

The previous moves to 4-2 and is on the division with the Bosses while the Horses tumble to 2-4 on the year.

It was an extreme, intense night for Justin Herbert and the Chargers offense that faced the association's best pass protection. 

The ground game was difficult to find, too, yet the yards came when they expected to for the Screws to leave victors after throughout 67 minutes of game time.

Horses quarterback Russell Wilson began the game sharp, driving three scoring drives on Denver's initial four belongings. Wilson moved around well and looked more agreeable than he has in some other game with the Mustangs this year, beginning the game 10-of-10 for 116 yards in the primary quarter.

Giving a lift to the offense was freshman tight end Greg Dulcich, who made his NFL debut on Monday in the wake of expenditure the initial five rounds of the time on harmed hold with a hamstring injury. Dulcich had a moment effect, getting two passes for 44 yards, including a 39-yard score get in the principal quarter.

Denver's offense then, at that point, slowed down in the final part, scoring only one field objective in guideline prior to going into extra time with the game tied 16-16.

The Horses then, at that point, committed a major error in unique groups as wellbeing P.J. Locke was impeded into dropkick returner Montrell Washington, causing a bobble on an endeavored fair catch. Los Angeles recuperated that bobble and kicked a 39-yard field objective to dominate the match.

Nobleman Sautéing was Denver's champion player on safeguard with three handles (counting two behind the line of scrimmage), one sack and one capture attempt in the misfortune. Up next for the Horses is a home game against the New York Planes at Engage Field at Mile High in Week 7.