Found November 07, 2011 on
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San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio gates is having a rough season so far as he continues to battle through injuries just to stay on the field. It was clear that during Sunday’s game against the Packers that he was having a hard time getting seperation and making plays down the field. According to Mike Silver of Yahoo [...]
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Any given Sunday…. but this Sunday proved a predictable loss for the San Diego Chargers against the undefeated Green Bay Packers with the unflappable Aaron Rodgers at the helm. Despite a respectable rally; San Diego still could not close the deal and the struggling Philip Rivers threw his 3rd interception; clinching the win for Green Bay. What is behind this slump that Rivers is...
Running back Ryan Mathews, wide receiver Malcom Floyd and linebacker Shaun Phillips are among the San Diego Chargers' inactive players against the Green Bay Packers. Guard Kris Dielman is missing his second straight game with a concussion. The other inactives are linebackers Na'il Diggs and Everette Brown, and defensive end Luis Castillo.
It wasn’t bad enough the Chargers had to meet the World Champions on Sunday coming off two straight defeats. Battered, they had to play the unbeaten Packers, fresh off a bye, in one of their 30 homes away from home.
Chargers linebacker Takeo Spikes keeps a special quote for times like these.
His right arm leaning comfortably over the top of his locker, the 14-year veteran paused after Friday's practice, stared toward the ceiling, and after seconds of searching aloud for the right wording, located the sentence that led him through the tough times in his career.
"When people look at adversity...
There is no sugarcoating what happened three weeks ago.
Chargers cornerback Antoine Cason was overmatched in the red zone against 6-foot-5 wide receiver Plaxico Burress of the New York Jets. He gave up three touchdowns inside the 10-yard line. He also missed an open-field tackle early in the game on a screen catch.
No sugarcoating his struggles.
And no sense to how they were handled...
In Week 9 of the 2011 fantasy football season, we definitely saw our share of studs. If any of the below fantasy players were on your team, you are likely celebrating a Week 9 victory. Here’s our look at the top fantasy football studs at each position:
QB Philip Rivers, San Diego Chargers
Philip Rivers threw three interceptions and the Chargers lost. However, fantasy football owners...