Around the AFC West: Chargers Lose Another Star For the Season

News and notes from around the AFC West

Here's a look around the AFC West as we approach Week 11 of the NFL regular season:

Denver Broncos (7-3)

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Week 11 Power Ranking:No. 6
Week 11 Opponent:The Broncos are on the bye.

The Broncos are coming off an improbable win against the New Orleans Saints. After the Saints tied the game, 23-23, with a touchdown, rookie safety Justin Simmons blocked the point after, and another rookie safety, Will Parks, returned the ball 84 yards for a defensive two-point conversion. Instead of entering the bye 6-4, all of a sudden, the Broncos entered on a high note at 7-3.

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San Diego Chargers (4-6)

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Week 11 Power Ranking:No. 19
Week 11 Opponent:The Chargers are on the bye.

The Chargers enter their bye week after a heartbreaking loss to the Miami Dolphins. As QB Philip Rivers tried to get the Chargers into field goal range with the game tied, 24-24, Dolphins linebacker Kiko Alonso intercepted a pass and he returned it 60 yards for a game-winning touchdown.

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Oakland Raiders (7-2)

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Week 11 Power Ranking:No. 5
Week 11 Opponent:The Raiders host the Houston Texans in Mexico City at 7:30 p.m. CT on Monday night.

The Raiders are back to football after their bye week, their sights set on Monday Night Football against the Houston Texans in Mexico City.

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