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Philip Rivers looked like a Pro Bowl quarterback against a Titans' defense that was on the field for what seemed like the whole game.Rivers was confident and made some great throws to lead the Chargers to victory for the second straight week.Rivers had never lost to the Titans since becoming a starter in the NFL and nothing changed this week. It seems like he just has their number. Rivers stat line ended like this: 24 of 32 for 284 yards, 3 touchdowns, and an interception.Chris Johnson was horrendous again for the Titans. After rushing for 11 yards last week, he came out and rushed for 17 total yards.It seems like Johnson has completely lost the ability to rush at all. When he gets the ball he is cutting two or three times before he tries to turn up field. The offensive line is not helping, but we see other top tier running backs performing effectively with sub par offensive lines every week. The Titans are going to be forced to find someone else to hand the ball off too if ...
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In an emotional day in San Diego, the Chargers have officially retired the number 55 from the organization.
Before the home opener against the Tennessee Titans today, Charger great Dan Fouts gave a speech and retired 55 from the team. In honor of Seau's passing, and in memorial to his great years in San Diego.
Seau spent 13 years with the Chargers, 12 of which he was...
The Chargers are one of the most banged up teams in the league right now. Last week against the Raiders, they had to start an undrafted free agent at left tackle on an already weak offensive line because Jared Gaither is out indefinitely with back spasms. They were also without Vincent Brown, their top receiver in Training Camp, and Philip Rivers never looked comfortable throwing...
It’s only been a few months since Junior Seaus’ passing, and today the San Diego Chargers honored Seau by retiring his number.
Defensive end Antonio Garay, chose to pay tribute to the late Seau by have a face portrait shaved into his head along side the number 55.
While the untimely passing of Seau was a shock to many, Garay who probably didn’t know Seau well, thought enough...
The board of directors at the San Diego Hall of Champions has decided to forego the normal voting process and induct Junior Seau into the Breitbard Hall of Fame on Feb. 25.
Candidates normally aren't eligible to be voted in until two years after their careers end or their deaths.
Seau, the hard-hitting, first-pumping leader of the Chargers for 13 of his 20 NFL seasons, committed...
According to ESPN’s Adam Schefter, San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews likely won’t play today against the Titans.
Chargers running back Ryan Mathews is unlikely to play today vs. the Titans.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) September 16, 2012
Ronnie Brown will likely get the start today in Mathews’ place.
Disappointed. Upset. Frustrated. Embarrassed. Gloomy.
The Tennessee Titans are wallowing in their emotions after an ugly and inept start to the season that has them winless after two games.
They knew the opening month would be tough, having to face Tom Brady and Phillip Rivers - with Matthew Stafford and Matt Schaub looming. Just not this tough.
The Titans have been dominated...
Report: He Will Play Today Vs. The Chargers
Many thanks to Ross Warner, who blogs about the San Diego Chargers and his favorite music on Justice Is Coming, for taking the time to answer our questions about the Chargers and this week's matchup.
Total Titans: One of our readers, Duane, asks, "I'm curious if Ross has an opinion on whether the chargers will try and force Locker to stay in the pocket and to complete...