Posted October 01, 2012 on
Norv Turner was asked Sunday whether he could remember facing a more generous opponent, and the San Diego Chargers coach sifted through more than three decades worth of memories in vain. "I can't," Turner said finally. "I'm sure we have at some point."
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The San Diego Chargers have signed kicker Nick Novak to replace Nate Kaeding for Sunday's game at Kansas City.
To make room for Novak on the roster, the Chargers released offensive lineman Reggie Wells.
Kaeding hurt his groin in practice Friday.
After Kaeding tore up his knee on the opening kickoff in in the 2011 season opener, Novak spent the final 15 games with the Chargers...
Chargers Jackie Battle admits even he was shocked to receive the bulk of the teams carries in Week 4 against the Chiefs. "I had no idea I was going to get that much work," Battle said. "They kept sending me back out and calling my number, so I figured I was doing something right."
I got paid Juan, I’m not arguing…
Robert Meachem was touted as a #1 WR by the Chargers this offseason when the brought him in as a free agent this offseason. The problem is that he is not a #1 WR. Even with Philip Rivers slingin’ it, Meachem can’t get it going.
He has 6/92 on the season and has thrown up 2 donuts already this season. It looks like the inconsistency...
San Diego Chargers left tackle Jared Gaither is active for Sunday's game against the Kansas City Chiefs and is expected to start. Gaither has been inactive for the team's first three games due to a lingering back injury. Undrafted rookie Mike Harris has started the first three games, protecting quarterback Philip Rivers' blind side.
Philip Rivers threw for 209 yards and two touchdowns, and the San Diego Chargers capitalized on six turnovers by the Kansas City Chiefs in a 37-20 victory Sunday.
Five of the Chiefs' turnovers came in the first half, when San Diego (3-1) raced to a 27-6 lead. The Chargers coasted the rest of the way to sole possession of first place in the AFC West.
Matt Cassel threw for 251...
Winning a football game by 17 points is not what I would call a 'blow out' win.Unless it was a game in which the winning team forced six turnovers from an offense ranked No. 1 in the NFL, in a division game on the losing team's home field.Oh, that WAS the case?The San Diego Chargers defeat the Kansas City Chiefs 37-20 in blowout win.Five things to be learned from the...
KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) -- The San Diego Chargers couldn't have asked for a more generous host.
Philip Rivers threw for 209 yards and two touchdowns, and the AFC West-leading Chargers took advantage of six turnovers by the Kansas City Chiefs in a 37-20 victory Sunday.
Five of the turnovers came in the first half, when San Diego (3-1) raced to a 27-6 lead, and the Chargers turned...
The San Diego Chargers came into Arrowhead Stadium on Sunday and struck fast and hard, took no prisoners and laid the smack down on our KC Chiefs.
The Chiefs were riding high after a solid victory last week against the Saints, but their parade was promptly and torrentially rained upon by Phillip Rivers and the Chargers. This game was not so much about the Chargers being vastly superior, as it was about how truly terrible the Chiefs are.Heroes: Phillip Rivers, Jackie BattleFor years, Phillip Rivers has led this Chargers team...