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San Diego Chargers
If you missed the Razzball Podcast this week (and let’s be honest, why aren’t you listening!?), then the title might look a little awkward, but after a 24-hour binge of syrup consumption in various methods, Nick and I exclaimed we’re going to be facing off in a DraftKings contest this weekend. We’re pitting against each other for ultimate Monday morning bragging rights on next week’s Pod. So we’re going to pick a contest, I’ll tweet out which one it is, tweet out the link and include in the comments for everyone to join and play with us as we battle for Pod pride. Then you can topple us both and battle for Comments pride. Why DraftKings is great – instant bragging rights!
If you still haven’t tried out DraftKings, it’s a daily fantasy site (well weekly for NFL) and a ton of fun, you can play for as little as a quarter (yes, 25 cents not 25 grand Scarface!) with huge prizes even in the $0.25 and $1.00 Contests. They’ve also got all sorts of qualifiers to get into their Millionai
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The Colts won the opening coin toss and elected to receive. A flea-flicker pass from Andrew Luck to Reggie Wayne went for 35-yards, getting Indy into San Diego territory. The Colts picked up another pair of first downs, but the defense held on 3rd and 4, limiting the damage to an Adam Vinatieri field goal and a 3-0 lead for Indianapolis. On offense for the first time, the Chargers...
Heading into week seven, here’s a look at some players with increased roles on the horizon and some elite fantasy options on the brink of return. Here’s who to target in your race to the waiver wire; week six edition: Get em while you can Harry Douglas, WR, Atlanta Falcons: 36% owned in Yahoo! - With the season ending injury to Julio Jones and Roddy White continuing to struggle...
Now I think there’s been enough touting of Keenan Allen around the world that I’m not gonna make any claims to being the first to get you in on this action. But just in case, I will point out my sage Sunday advice from two weeks ago here. At first I thought I’d mentioned him in a buy/sell up to that point or at least a writeup but…nope. I didn’t even really talk about...
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers was pumped up during Monday night's 19-9 victory over Indianapolis. Case in point: here is Rivers pumping his fists on the bench.
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“WHAT? HUH? WHAT? THAT’S DISRESPECT!”In addition to making ridiculous faces, Marmalard celebrated the Chargers win by making sure to let the media know he didn’t appreciate his team not being given enough respect or attention going into their Monday night contest with the Colts, who, if you weren’t aware, face a certain Battleship Manning next Sunday. I know! How has ESPN...
Last week: 23 (+2)
I wasn’t shocked about the Chargers’ win over the Colts. The Colts were in an obvious trap game spot between a home upset win over the Seahawks and an impending battle with former quarterback Peyton Manning and the undefeated Broncos. The Chargers have a great offense that moves the chains with proficiency (82% moving the chains on the year), which...
Nick Novak hit a 50-yard field goal and Philip Rivers was pumped. Oddly, but pumped. [Kissing Suzy Kolber]
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The Chargers upset Andrew Luck and the Colts on Monday night, and nobody was more jacked up about it than Philip Rivers.
Rivers was highly efficient in the contest, completing 22 of 33 passes for 237 yards and a score, and Nick Novak booted five field goals to give San Diego a 19-9 win. Novak’s final kick came from a season-high 50 yards out, putting the home team ahead by 10 and...
San Diego Chargers (3-3) at Jacksonville Jaguars (0-6)
What an accomplishment for the Jacksonville Jaguars! They covered the spread last week for the first time and this season, only losing to the Broncos by a mere 16 points. In all seriousness, the Jaguars could be kind of flat after putting everything they had into that game and coming up short. Now they return home to face the...
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...
The Chargers head up this week’s Off The Wire picks. Not only are the Bolts surging at the moment, they face Jacksonville this week. That’s a green light on all San Diego fantasy relevant players. Here’s what I’ve got for you.
Coach Doug Marrone anticipates Thad Lewis (foot) to start against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, but then again until Lewis gets some...
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The game was billed as Andrew Luck's debut on Monday Night Football. Instead, it turned into San Diego's most balanced win of the season. Ryan Mathews ran for 102 yards and the defense kept the Colts out of the end zone as the Chargers scored a 19-9 win.
WR Rankings – Week Seven
Keenan Allen has been on a tear lately and has emerged as the number one receiver for Philip Rivers and the San Diego Chargers. The Chargers face a bad Jaguars team this weekend and Allen should have another solid fantasy day. We have Allen ranked as a WR2 this week as his talent is legit and his rapport with Rivers continues to grow week to week. Allen...
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