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  • 15 Jun
    导出博客文章The Denver Broncos head to the West Coast on a short week to play AFC West rival
    San Diego Chargers on Thursday Night Football. The Broncos are coming off their
    first loss of the season, to the Atlanta Falcons, 23-16. Denver is also dealing
    with the temporary loss of their Super Bowl-winning head coach Gary Kubiak. The
    Broncos head coach will not make the trip to San Diego after suffering a complex
    migraine.Gary is going to concentrate on Gary this week. Everybody else will
    concentrate on getting a win down in San Diego, said general manager John
    Elway.Special teams coordinator Joe DeCamillis is serving as the interim head
    coach as the Broncos prepare for the Chargers. DeCamillis is involved in
    week-to-week game management and this was the reason he was tabbed the coach
    instead of former NFL head coach Wade Phillips, the Broncos defensive
    coordinator.How much actual preparation will be needed to face San Diego is a
    different story. The Chargers have had four nail-biting losses this season and
    are coming off another close loss to the Oakland Raiders in Week 5, 34-31. The
    Chargers had a chance to tie the game on a field goal late in the fourth
    quarter, but holder Drew Kaser fumbled the snap and the kick did not get
    attempted.You cant make this stuff up. You think, Really, is there any other way
    we can find a way to (lose?), said Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers after the
    loss on Sunday.San Diego has lost four out of the last five games. The Chargers
    have lost 10 straight to an AFC West opponent and hope to avoid making the
    streak 11 this Thursday.Chargers head coach Mike McCoy appears to be on the hot
    seat as the Chargers have struggled most of 2015 and now into 2016. The offense,
    behind Rivers, still continues to put up huge numbers. But the 11 offensive
    turnovers have killed drives and put the defense on short fields.The Chargers
    have eight lost fumbles on the season. One of the major culprits of those
    fumbles is second-year running back Melvin Gordon. The former first-rounder out
    of Wisconsin had a fumble in the Week 4 loss to the New Orleans Saints and
    another against the Raiders.I was conscious about it, and I dont even think a
    defender hit it. I have to go watch it. Walking off, I was so upset. We were
    driving it. I was getting into a zone. And then, it just came out, said Gordon
    of his turnover.The Broncos defense will attack Gordon all game long and test
    his ball security. That defense, led by outside linebacker Von Miller, has
    recovered four fumbles this season and will be looking for more on Thursday
    night. Miller and Co. will also be hunting for sacks. The Denver defensive unit
    has sacked opposing quarterbacks 19 times this season.The Chargers offensive
    line, which could be without starting right tackle Joe Barksdale again this week
    due to a foot injury, has given up only 11 sacks. This unit has played better
    than it did in 2015 when it gave up 40 sacks for the season. Seven of those
    sacks came against the Broncos in 2015. How the line handles Denvers defensive
    front will go a long way in determining the outcome.Against Denver in Week 5,
    the Falcons used their running backs as wide receivers and spread them out along
    the offensive formations. This forced inside linebackers Brandon Marshall and
    Todd Davis to leave the tackle box and play man coverage on the edges. Falcons
    quarterback Matt Ryan took advantage of these matchups and the game plan helped
    hand the Broncos their first loss of the year.(Atlanta) spread us out. The key
    part was that they had time to get those guys downfield. For backs to get
    downfield, it takes some time. You cant ask (Marshall) and Todd and those guys
    to hold up that long, said Kubiak.While McCoy may try to implement this scheme
    into the game plan, the loss of a great pass catcher like Chargers running back
    Danny Woodhead, who is out for the season, may prevent the Chargers offense from
    using this attack as much as it might like.The Broncos offensive line gave up
    six sacks in the loss to the Falcons, and no matter who is at quarterback,
    rookie Paxton Lynch or, if healthy, Trevor Siemian, that is too many hits for a
    quarterback to take. Especially with a healthy Joey Bosa lining up along the
    defensive line for the Chargers. The third overall selection in the 2016 draft
    played in his first NFL game against the Raiders and exploded onto the scene.
    The rookie collected two sacks and five total tackles in his debut.Siemian was
    listed as a questionable Wednesday due to a left shoulder injury. Broncos
    cornerback Kayvon Webster (hamstring) also is questionable, while linebacker
    DeMarcus Ware (forearm) is out.Chargers cornerback Brandon Flowers (concussion)
    and safety Jahleel Addae (collarbone) will missed the game. Six San Diego
    players are listed as questionable: tackle Joe Barksdale (foot), guard Orlando
    Franklin (ankle), tackle Chris Hairston (groin), cornerback Craig Mager
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    won on Sunday meaning the Rangers will host the Rays in a play-in game on
    Monday. SEATTLE -- Nicolas Lodeiro scored twice and Nelson Valdez added a goal
    -- all in an 8-minute span early in the second half- and the Seattle Sounders
    rolled past FC Dallas 3-0 on Sunday night in the first leg of the MLS Western
    Conference semifinals.Dallas, winner of the Supporters Shield with the best
    regular-season record, now must score at least three times when the teams play
    the second leg in Texas next Sunday to keep its season alive.Valdez, whose
    88th-minute goal beat Sporting Kansas City in a knockout game Thursday, put
    Seattle on the board in the 50th minute. Joevin Jones crossed a target ball from
    the left side into the penalty area. Valdez ran to the top of the 6-yard box,
    went up and over Dallas defender Maynor Figueroa and headed it into the back
    left corner.Lodeiro made it 2-0 at the outset of the 55th minute, running onto
    Jordan Morris short crossing pass and blasting it into the back right corner
    from 6 yards in front.Just 3 minutes later, Lodeiro took a through ball from
    Jones, streaked down the left side, and, from the top left corner of the 6,
    fired to the far corner.TORONTO FC 2, NEW YORK CITY FC 0TORONTO -- Jozy Altidore
    scored in the 84th minute to break a feisty stalemate and substitute Tosaint
    Ricketts added a stoppage-time goal for Toronto in Game 1 of the Conference
    semifinal series.The second game in the two-leg series is next Sunday aat Yankee
    Stadium.ddddddddddddThe go-ahead goal came from Michael Bradleys free kick that
    NYCFC failed to clear. The ball bounced around the penalty box, with Ricketts
    taking a swing before it went to Altidore.Ricketts made it 2-0 in injury time on
    a windy night at BMO Field, poking in Nick Hagglunds cross on a second attempt.
    Ricketts came on in the 83rd minute.GALAXY 1, RAPIDS 0CARSON, Calif. -- Giovani
    dos Santos scored his first career playoff goal in the 55th minute and Los
    Angeles beat Colorado to open the Western Conference semifinals.Los Angeles had
    its 10th shutout of the season. Colorado will host the second leg next
    Sunday.Jelle Van Damme set up the goal, cutting back his defender at the edge of
    the box and findings Santos at the penalty spot. Dos Santos headed it down and
    it deflected off defender Daniel Steres.IMPACT 1, RED BULLS 0MONTREAL -- Matteo
    Mancosu scored in the 61st minute and Montreal beat New York in Game 1 of the
    Eastern Conference semifinals.Montreal will take a one-goal lead into the second
    leg of the two-game, aggregate-goals series next Sunday at Red Bull Arena. The
    Impact were playing on three days of rest after their 4-2 victory at D.C. United
    in the knockout round Thursday, when Mancosu scored twice. ' ' '