The San Diego Chargers have yet to climb over the .500 mark in their first six games under coach Mike McCoy. A matchup with the lowly Jacksonville Jaguars might help them finally break through.
After beating a division-leading team, the Chargers will try to drop the Jaguars to 0-7 in Sunday's visit to Jacksonville.
Following an inconsistent start to McCoy's tenure, San Diego (3-3) might have gotten just the spark it needed with a 19-9 victory over AFC South leader Indianapolis on Monday night. The Chargers held the Colts nearly 19 points under their season scoring average and got another strong performance from rookie receiver Keenan Allen.
Allen had a season-best nine catches and topped 100 yards for the second straight game. He also scored the game's lone touchdown on a 22-yard pass from Philip Rivers early in the second quarter.
Running back Ryan Mathews contributed a season-high 102 yards on the ground after averaging 46.8 in his first five games. Mathews was forced to exit ...