The Denver Broncos’ NFL record for consecutive road wins inside the division will be put on the line tonight against the San Diego Chargers.
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Broncos haven’t lost on the road to an AFC West opponent since 2010, a record span of 15 games.
Denver owns longest road divisional win streak since NFL-AFL merger in 1970 – 15 games going into tonight. Last Div road loss: 2010 in OAK.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) October 13, 2016
The Broncos extended their record to 15 games with a road win over the Chargers last December. The last AFC West team to beat Denver at home was the Raiders, who scored a 39-23 win over the Tim Tebow-led Broncos in Week 15 in 2010.
“I just try to really not think about it, let you guys jinx us or something,” said outside linebacker Von Miller, via the team’s official site. “I just really try not to think about it. It’s tough when you look at the teams that we play and the type of places that we go. It’s tough to win in those spots. Somehow, we’ve been able to do it. I don’t want to put too much thought into it.”
Overall, the Broncos have lost just three games inside the division since the start of 2012.
Quarterback Trevor Siemian is expected to start on Thursday night against the Chargers.