Fans can watch the San Diego Chargers vs. Denver Broncos live online as the AFC's top squad takes on one of the only teams to beat them this year.
Kickoff in the game is set for 4:40 pm (3:40 pm CT) on Sunday from Mile High Stadium in Denver. The game is being broadcast on CBS, but is available to watch live online through the CBS website or on mobile devices through the NFL Mobile App, available through Verizon.
The game is a rematch of the December 10 contest that San Diego won 27-20 during the Chargers' push to make the playoffs. It was the lowest scoring output for the Broncos this year, and a boost for the Chargers.
But San Diego players know they have their work cut out for them in this AFC divisional playoffs match-up.
"It's tough to say you're confident knowing what you're going against. You don't want to take that the wrong way," Chargers Pro Bowl safety Eric Weddle said. "Do we believe we can win (again)? Yes. Do we know what a tough challenge it is and how great we have to play? Yeah. It's not just because it's happened in the past it's going to happen. You still have to play at a high level and do the things necessary as a team to win."
"... We have been the underdog all year. We are out to continue to believe in ourselves."
Fans who watch the San Diego Chargers vs. Denver Broncos live online will get to see whether Denver can rebound from last year's disappointing playoff loss at the hands of the Baltimore Ravens.
"You don't harp on the first time you fell off your bike, but you remember falling off and you know you don't want to do it again," tight end Julius Thomas said. "So, it's not that we're dwelling on the Ravens or even if it's about the Ravens. It could have been any team that we lost to. But we do have a fresh reminder of if you don't come out and play your `A' game in this tournament, you're going to lose."
Fans who want to watch the San Diego Chargers vs. Denver Broncos live online can click here and then select the "Watch Live Online" tab at the top of of the page. They can also watch on the NFL Mobile App which, again, is available through Verizon.