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The San Diego Chargers played a safe game avoiding mistakes and making a few big plays and ended up with a big 24-6 win over the 0-7 Jacksonville Jaguars. Mike McCoy's team now has a winning record for the first time this season.
This was total domination of a bad football team by the San Diego Chargers. The Jacksonville Jaguars are 0-7 for a reason and "coaching" is probably not that reason.
The Chargers pass rush looked good despite them missing their top three pass rushers on the roster. The team totaled six sacks against Chad Henne including two for Thomas Keiser (who was on the practice squad until two weeks ago). The only turnover of the game came off of a miscommunication between Henne and Justin Blackmon which resulted in an easy interception for Marcus Gilchrist.
Maurice Jones-Drew had 56 yards on 11 total touches but the Chargers offense put up enough points to force Jacksonville to go away from the running game relatively early.
Philip Rivers played a mi...
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It will be Rivers 7th kid.
7 kids all with his wife, what a novel idea. The baby might come before the game, but Rivers has a solution for that.
“Once in Jacksonville, I’m in Jacksonville,” Rivers said this week, via 10news.com.
So what will he do if the baby comes on Sunday?
“Facetime, I reckon,” Rivers said.
Chargers rookie wide receiver Keenan Allen went to the locker room in the third quarter of Sunday's game with an undisclosed injury but he later returned to the game.Fantasy Spin:Allen has been Philip Rivers' go-to receiver the previous three weeks and had 67 yards on three receptions Sunday against the Jaguars at the time of his injury.
Chargers rookie wide receiver Keenan Allen went to the locker room in the third quarter of Sunday's game with an undisclosed injury.Fantasy Spin:Allen has been Philip Rivers' go-to receiver the previous three weeks and had 67 yards on three receptions Sunday against the Jaguars. We should have an update soon.
The San Diego Chargers will travel to play the Jacksonville Jaguars on the road in Week 7.
San Diego (3-3) will be hoping to cross over the .500 mark with a win against winless Jacksonville. (0-6)
Coverage of the game between San Diego and Jacksonville will air on CBS at 1:00 pm ET from EverBank Field in Jacksonville, FL.
One unsuspecting security guard was just doing his job on Saturday afternoon, but the man with “S.A.F.E.” written across his back was anything but that during the Jaguars game.
Justin Blackmon was trying to reel in a touchdown pass during the third quarter when his momentum carried him right out of the end zone and straight into a security guard, who unfortunately had his back...
An unsuspecting rent-a-cop was bowled over by Jacksonville wide receiver Justin Blackmon during the Jaguars’ 24-6 loss to the Chargers on Sunday — and the second-year wide receiver didn’t even help the poor guy up.
Blackmon was chasing down a would-be touchdown pass from Jags quarterback Chad Henne, but the 6-foot-1, 210-pound wideout was out of bounds when he caught...
If I didn’t know any better, I would have guessed the Jacksonville Jaguars would have won last week against the Denver Broncos. Of course that is not the case, but listening to talk radio and the excellent reviews that the all-hallowed ESPN gave them, you would have thought that they might have pulled out a squeaker. There were some good things happening to be sure, and watching...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. -- Already in the midst of a difficult season, the Jacksonville Jaguars and coach Gus Bradley got a sobering dose of reality on the eve of what was expected to be a rare happy occasion.
Bradley's 85-year-old father, Roy, died Sunday night in Zumbrota, Minn., of what appeared to be natural causes. As a result, Bradley made plans to head north for the funeral...
When one of my oldest and dearest friends (who happens to be a pastor) asks a hypothetical question like, “At what point does a true Jags fan hope the losing streak continues so the team will have first draft pick and possibly get a real quarterback?,” all I can do is shake my head and ask the same question.Or, I could reply and ask him for some divine intervention. Something...
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Fantasy owners and prognosticators who pronounced Philip Rivers “on the downside” are slapping themselves in the face vigorously with each passing gem. I speak from experience on this matter, as I crossed him off all lists from the get go. Oops. Through seven weeks, the 31-year old Rivers has been off the charts good and his list of early...
After the deaths of both Bum Phillips and Bud Adams, plus a game where Oliver Luck got national exposure watching his famous son send the Denver Broncos to the first defeat of the season, perhaps its fitting that the Houston Oilers of the early 1980s are a subject of conversation in Jacksonville.
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Jacksonville Jaguars receivers Justin Blackmon and Cecil Shorts III are active and starting against San Diego.
Chargers receiver Eddie Royal also is active.
Blackmon (hamstring), Shorts (shoulder) and Royal (toe) had been listed as questionable for Sunday's game. They worked out two hours before kickoff and were cleared to play. Royal missed practice all week.
Jaguars receiver Justin Blackmon (groin, hamstring) is expected to play Sunday against the Chargers, reports Ian Rapoport of NFL.com.Fantasy Spin:Blackmon missed some practice time this week but was never expected to miss Sunday's game. The receiver is a must-start after accumulating 19 receptions for 326 yards and a touchdown on 29 targets in his first two games this season...
Jaguars running back Maurice Jones-Drew had nine carries for 37 yards and two catches for 19 yards Sunday against San Diego.Fantasy Spin:The Jags have fallen behind big in most of their games this season and aren't suddenly going to become competitive. MJD also isn't making many big plays, so his fantasy value is entirely tied to whether or not he scores a short touchdown.