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According to Michael Gehlken of the San Diego Union-Tribune, it looks like the Chargers are ready to put Ryan Mathews back in the starting lineup for Monday night’s game against the Broncos.
Chargers head coach Norv Turner is happy with what he’s seen from Mathews.
“He’s made the progress we’d like,” coach Norv Turner said.
After putting together a nice performance this past Sunday night, Mathews should get his starting spot back.
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[caption id="" align="alignnone" width="500"] Ryan Matthews performance against the Saints had his fantasy owners flying high.[/caption]Chargers head coach Norv Turner indicated that RB Ryan Mathews’ weekly workloads will increase back to the full-time variety following Sunday’s loss to New Orleans, saying “I expect him to be one of the league’s...
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It seems like year after year we start the season off with the same discussions. Will the New England Patriots win the Super Bowl? Who will finally go 19-0? Who will ne the next 0-16 Detroit Lions? Will this finally be the year of the San Diego Chargers? Sound familiar?Every year it goes like this: San Diego comes out the gate winning at least three out of the first four...
The Chargers look to get the bad taste of Sunday’s loss out of their mouths with a win against their primary threat for the AFC West title, the Broncos. A win would be the Bolts' third victory inside the division and would put them in great position heading into the bye. To set the stage for this pivotal contest, we break down a handful of the game’s most pivotal matchups.
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