-- quicklist:1 title: Broncos Beat Chargers
text:The Denver Broncos beat the San Diego Chargers 35-21 on Thursday at Sports Authority Field in Colorado.
The win is in part thanks to Emmanuel Sanders, the Broncos' wide receiver who caught all nine passes from Peyton Manning, including three touchdown passes.
"We understand in this offense, it can be anyone's night at any moment," Sanders told ESPN. "I'm just happy tonight was my night."
Manning also praised the wide receiver.
"I'm enjoying playing with him," Manning told ESPN. "He's got a great work ethic. He really loves football and he brings that energy to practice every day and also to the playing field. ... He was pretty special tonight."
quicklist:2 title: Giant Golden Nugget Could Fetch $35K
text: That's a whopper, not a nugget.
A giant chunk of gold discovered in California's Butte County mountains is expected to carry a price tag of $350,000 when it goes up for auction, the Associated Press reported.
It was unveiled Thursday at the San Francisco Fall Antiques Show. The six-pound golden nugget is one of the biggest found in modern times in Northern California's historic Gold Country.
quicklist:3 title: Galifianakis' Latest 'Ferns' Is a Hit
text: Fans are still buzzing about "Between Two Ferns," Zach Galifianakis' hilarious Web series.
"Tell me what it was like, the first time you laid eyes on Angelina. Was it like what one of those classical love stories like when Ross met Rachel?" he asked, referring to Pitt's ex wife, Jennifer Aniston's character on "Friends." "You know that show, 'Friends'? Have you seen it?"
He also referred to the actor as "Bradley Pitts."
Pitt wasn't amused, but fans are calling the show Galifianakis' funniest episode yet.
quicklist:4 title: All About Google's New 'Inbox' Product
text: Google is rethinking email with "Inbox," a product that promises to keep users from drowning in an overflowing inbox.
"We love email but too much of anything can be overwhelming," a video about the new product says.
The idea of Inbox is to help Gmail users manage the clutter. It bundles similar messages together and highlights important messages, making it easier to wade through thousands of emails.
Google sent out its first round of invitations on Wednesday, but users can also email email@example.com to join the wait list for when more invites become available.