Broncos-Chargers ‘Mediocrity Bowl' Flexed to NBC's Sunday Night Football

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by Sportz Assassin

One NFL playoff scenario is pretty simple: whomever wins the Broncos-Chargers game next week will be in the playoffs.

The AFC West Championship game will be televised for all to see. NBC picked the Broncos-Chargers tilt as their flex game for next Sunday night. Call it what you want: Mediocrity Bowl. The Hochuli Rematch. The AFC Weak. The game will matter.

Earlier today, I took a look at the games that had the best shot at winning the coveted time slot. I believed that the Broncos-Chargers game was the frontrunner, provided that the Chargers finish off the Buccaneers and the Broncos choke at home to the Bills. Both happened, so here we go.

While the stakes are high for this game (who will get to be trampled by the Indianapolis Colts in the first round?), don't think that this will be a well played game by any means. This is a Broncos team that only the New York Mets can relate to. They had a three game lead with three games left in the season and have still screwed it up. The Broncos have been at the top of the division all year long, yet could fail to make the playoffs if they can't win in San Diego.

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