The weather forecast for tonight's game in Denver is clear, but all signs point to it raining touchdowns at Mile High. This means nothing but good things in terms of fantasy football points. Peyton Manning and Philip Rivers have thrown for a combined 36 touchdowns and just six interceptions between them this season. Julius Thomas and Antonio Gates are the top two tight ends in terms of touchdowns with 16 combined (nine and seven, respectively). Plus, the Broncos and the Charges each have two top-25 fantasy wideouts. Get out your umbrellas fantasy owners, because it's about to pour. So please, feel free to educate yourself and dive into the player-by-player analysis below for Thursday Night Football, which you can catch live on NFL Network and CBS.
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