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QB – Philip Rivers – BRivers had a pretty efficient game and only made 3 pretty bad passes, 1 he tried to force to Royal in the endzone, 1 he underthrew an open Meachem deep and another to Meachem was picked off. Other than that he had 2 TD passes and completed 78% of his passes. While he wasn’t outstanding, Rivers did more than enough to win the game, and not enough to lose it.RB – AJackie Battle got the start in the game this week and led the team in carries with 15, as well as picking up both a rushing TD and a receiving TD. He only averaged 2.1 yards per carry but averaged over 10 yards per catch picking up 42 yards on 4 catches. Ryan Mathews had limited carries but showed outstanding burst and quickness, averaging just under 5 ypc and finished the day with 82 total yards on 16 touches. Ronnie Brown had 0 rushes but had 3 very nice catches for 50 yards. This unit as a whole performed very well and accounted for 2 TD’s and 0 turnovers.FB – B-LeRon McClain had a very quiet ...
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As Week 5 of the NFL season is upon us, one can start to get a good idea of where a team stands or will stand by the end of the season.
You want entertainment? Get ready for an explosive offensive showdown when Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers travel to New Orléans to face Drew Brees and the win-less Saints.
Here are the NFL picks Week 5: Pick 3 against the spread
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The Chargers finish September with a 3-1 record for the 2nd year in a row, something they hadn’t done in the Norv Turner era prior to last year. However, much like last year, they beat up on crappy teams in September and got blown out against the only good team they faced. They started last year 4-1 before losing 6 straight and eventually barely making...
With San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews struggling to hold onto the football, Jackie Battle is now listed as the starting running back down in Southern California.
I’m sure the Chargers will give Mathews a chance to earn his starting spot back, but right now Battle is getting the job done.
The Chargers parted with Micheal Spurlock on Wednesday morning to make room for newly signed cornerback Chris Carr. Spurlock, acquired this offseason in free agency, offered the team depth and versatility on offense and special teams.
A numbers crunch led to the move as San Diego is carrying two kickers, Nick Novak and Nate Kaeding, while the latter recovers from a groin strain...
Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports reports that he is hearing that the San Diego Chargers could end up placing K Nate Kaeding on season-ending injured reserve list.
Kevin Acee of Union-Tribune San Diego adds that Kaeding met with a specialist and is status moving forward is week to week. Acee also mentioned that theres no room for 2 kickers.
Kaeding is dealing with a groin...
Cornerback Chris Carr has signed a one-year contract with the San Diego Chargers.
He'll be added to the active roster on Wednesday, when the Chargers will have to make a corresponding move.
Carr has played with the Oakland Raiders, Tennessee Titans and Baltimore Ravens. He was in training camp with the Minnesota Vikings before being released prior to the regular season.
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...
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.