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NFL Injury Report:
The San Diego Chargers will once again be without kicker
Nate Kaeding, and wide receivers Eddie Royal and Malcom Floyd are listed as
questionable to play tonight against the Denver Broncos.
Kaeding has been dealing with a groin injury over the past
several weeks and will once again be replaced by kicker Nick Novak. Over his
three games played Kaeding made all seven of his field goal attempts.
Royal, the former Broncos receiver, is questionable for the
Chargers due to a hamstring injury. He’s caught 11 passes for 76 yards and one
touchdown this season for San Diego.
Floyd is also questionable, as he’s been hampered by a groin
injury. The 31-year-old has 20 receptions for 358 yards and a touchdown on the
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
Norv Turner keeps saying San Diego can be a good team, and the Chargers keep responding with second-half collapses.
Monday night was epic: The Chargers blew a 24-0 halftime lead and lost 35-24 to Peyton Manning and the AFC West-rival Denver Broncos.
It tied for the fourth-biggest comeback in NFL regular-season history.
A week earlier, San Diego blew a 10-point third-quarter lead...
Another week, another blown double-digit lead in the second half by the San Diego Chargers.
And Norv Turner getting asked if it was time he was fired.
''I don't think I'm going to respond to that,'' the Chargers coach said after Peyton Manning rallied the Denver Broncos to a 35-24 victory Monday night.
When the Chargers needed to respond in the fourth quarter...
Antonio Gates caught a 15-yard touchdown from Philip Rivers, Nick Novak kicked a 32-yard field goal and the San Diego Chargers took a 10-0 lead over the Denver Broncos after a sloppy first quarter Monday night.
Two Denver fumbles led to both San Diego scores. Broncos wide receiver Trindon Holliday, claimed off waivers from Houston last week, dropped a punt return to kill their second...
San Diego Chargers tight end Antonio Gates and Denver Broncos safety Mike Adams got into a fight during the second quarter of Monday night's NFL game at Qualcomm Stadium.
Gates got the better end of the deal in more ways than one. Not only did he win the fight, but he got away scot-free while Adams was penalized 15 yards for unnecessary roughness.
Chargers tight end Antonio Gates had his best game of the season Monday night against the Broncos, catching six balls for 81 yards and two touchdowns.Fantasy Spin:Gates grabbed both of Philip Rivers touchdown passes in the first half but couldn't do much in the second half as San Diego blew a 24-0 lead and lost to Denver, 35-24.
The Chargers look to start 3-0 in the AFC West and continue their dominance over Peyton Manning as they host the Broncos Monday night. As preparation for this pivotal clash, we go over each phase of the game and break down what you can expect.
The usually calm Antonio Gates lost his cool on Monday night when the San Diego Chargers took on the Denver Broncos. Antonio Gates caught a pass for a first down in the 2nd quarter and was tackled by Denver’s Mike Adams, and then took exception to the tackle. Mike Adams pushed first and was flagged, but it still baffles me how Gates didn’t get flagged on the play.
Two divisional foes coming off painful road losses will clash on Monday Night Football, when the San Diego Chargers host the Denver Broncos at...
Have you ever seen an NFL quarterback look like such a little baby? Seriously…all Philip Rivers does is complain, make stupid faces, throw interceptions, and throw temper tantrums on the sideline. I’m so sick of talking-head “experts” putting him in the category of “almost elite”…right outside of Brady, Brees, Rogers, and Manning. This guy is [...]
SAN DIEGO -- The Denver Broncos wiped out a 24-point halftime deficit and rallied for a 35-24 victory over the San Diego Chargers in an AFC clash Monday night at Qualcomm Stadium. Three touchdown passes by Peyton Manning and two scores produced by the Broncos' defense in the second half allowed Denver to earn a stunning win and tie the Chargers for first place in the division...