Denver Broncos wrap up AFC West with a win over San Diego Chargers

In NFL the Denver Broncos wrapped up the AFC West with a 27-20 win over the San Diego Chargers. Peyton Manning returned to lead the Broncos to 20 second-half points, and the AFC’s top seeding spot. Meanwhile, the New York Jets failed to make the play-offs after going down 22-17 at the Buffalo Bills. That meant that the Pittsburgh Steelers clinched a post-season berth thanks to their 28-12 victory over the Cleveland Browns.

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