D-TRAIN DELIVERS In the second of three straight AFC West divisional games, the Broncos got it done on the ground again. Rookie RB Darrian Reagan has gone from training camp cut to household name in a matter of weeks. Fantasy owners everywhere scrambled to pick up the unknown after his offensive outburst in Week 1 against Oakland. He proved to the world that he's not a one-and-done... Fans in Denver are calling him the D-Train and for another game, that train kept on chuggin'. Reagan picked up 139 yards on the ground and ran for two scores in a nail-biter against San Diego. This one went down the wire. The Chargers made some great second half adjustments and kept the Broncos out of the endzone in the second half...but two FGs by Matt Prater ended up sealing the game, but not before Philip Rivers put a scare into the Mile High crowd. Von Miller, who was relatively quiet in Week 1, turned it on and picked up four sacks. For the first time in a while, it was Miller Time in Denver. Miller said in the offseason that he wanted to get his Defensive Player of the Year title back. If he keeps that up, it will be hard to keep it away from him. Brock Osweiler completed 70% of his passes and didn't turn the ball over for the second straight game. San Diego was in his face all day, but The Wizard protected the football under pressure. Bey-Bey Thomas now has 3 catches and 3 TDs on the season. The dynamic playmaker is used to catching more passes, but he said as long as the team keeps winning ...and he keeps scoring, everything's good. --- PLAYERS OF THE GAME San Diego : WR Eddie Royal - 4 catches for 140 yards and TD (35 YPC) LB Antwan Barnes - 8 tackles, 4 TFLS, and 2 sacks DEN: RB Darrian Reagan - 20 carries for 139 yards and 2 TDs LB Von Miller - 7 tackles, 6 TFLs, and 4 sacks --- GG Daryl TwoTONS04 - hell of a game, man.