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Go ahead and stick a fork in the 2012 San Diego Chargers, they are done. The season is over and it’s once again time to start speculating on the next season and what might be in store. The Denver Broncos appear to be in the driver’s seat of the AFC West and Chargers fans are left wondering what the future holds. In recent years, head coach Norv Turner has drawn the ire of the San Diego faithful just as the Eagles fans have drawn a bead on the head of coach Andy Reid.
To say that the Chargers have regressed in recent years would be an understatement. Turner inherited a team which went 14-2 in the previous season and along with general manager A.J. Smith, they have managed to burn this team down to the ground.
QB Philip Rivers in the last two seasons has become a turnover machine, but could that be a direct result of the team systematically removing his offensive weapons? How’s that season working out in Tampa Bay for WR Vincent Jackson catching passes from Josh Freeman? How did last ...
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Tweet The San Diego Chargers lost again Sunday; this time to division rival the Denver Broncos, their fifth loss in six games. Fan favorite and star linebacker Shaun Phillips subsequently tweeted a quick, simple message for Chargers fans Monday morning: Change is coming in more ways then one. Have a good day everyone. — Shaun [...]
San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers is sacked by Denver Broncos DE Elvis Dumervil at the end of the fourth quarter yesterday with 10 seconds remaining so Rivers did what any leader would do:...
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While he was able to return to the practice field Friday for
the San Diego Chargers, running back Ryan Matthews is considered a game-time
decision for today’s matchup against the Denver Broncos. There’s a chance
Matthews will suit up for San Diego, but offensive lineman Jared Gaither is
considered doubtful to play due to a groin injury.
Matthews missed practice Wednesday...
A comical event happened near the end of Denver’s 30-23 victory over San Diego on Sunday afternoon.
Down by just one score with time still on the clock (0:17 before the play and 0:08 after the play), Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers walked off the field after being sacked by Denver’s Elvis Dumervil—eliminating any chance of stopping the game clock.
With all of his receivers down...
As fans of our respective teams and a community of football fans and analysts we are quick to talk about which coaches are on the ‘hot seat’; who is likely to lose their job and what we’d do if we held the keys to a franchise without considering the actual ramifications of making that decision. …
Even the San Diego Chargers are saying it: the Denver Broncos are playing solitaire in the AFC West now.
''We can't hang our hat on Denver doing anything from a collapsing standpoint,'' quarterback Philip Rivers said after the Chargers' 30-23 loss Sunday dropped them three games behind the Broncos, who essentially own a four-game cushion by virtue of their...
San Diego tailback Ryan Mathews will get the start Sunday against Denver. Mathews was limited in practice this past week because of a stiff neck.Fantasy Spin:It doesn't appear Mathews will be on a "pitch count" either so fantasy owners can expect him to see his usual workload. Start him as you normally would.
It was an odd sight when the Denver Broncos took to the field in hosting the San Diego Chargers in a key AFC West battle in mid-November. Instead of a somewhat typical November day with cold, possible snow and other inclement weather, the temperature at game time was 62 degrees and sunny. For Denver, they wanted to extend their winning streak to five and take complete control in...
Tomorrow afternoon, the San Diego Chargers travel to Denver in a game that could either tighten the AFC West back to within reason, or it could signal the end of any realistic divisional race.
The Broncos enter the game at 6-3, two full games ahead of the second place Chargers. With a win, the Broncos would push that margin to three games with just six to play. In other words...