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Five bold predictions for San Diego Chargers in Week 5

The San Diego Chargers have an exciting and difficult match ahead of them in the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both teams will be seeking to come away with a 3-2 record. The Chargers will be playing at home, which will give them somewhat of an advantage even against a team that has a fan base known to travel everywhere. Here are five bold predictions for the Chargers in their upcoming Monday...
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WATCH: Chargers Allen miraculously stays in-bounds on this TD

Keenan Allen belongs to a Chargers' wide receiving corps that calls itself "The Aliens."But Allen might actually be an otherworldly being. It'd explain why the rules of gravity didn't apply to him when hauling this touchdown in against the Cleveland Browns on Sunday. Diving + over the shoulder + somehow stay in bounds = Keenan Allen 28-yard TD of amazingness #CLEvsSD
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

See a pair of epic TD catches in San Diego!

The Cleveland Browns and San Diego Chargers are facing off in San Diego, and have given the fans a pair of epic touchdown catches in what’s looking like a tight game thus far. First, Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers found receiver Keenen Allen, who made an excellent catch for a 28-yard score. On the Browns’ ensuing drive, Josh McCown went long and connected with rookie running...
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8 days ago  |  Discuss

Chargers' Keenan Allen hasn't proved he's back to full power

Keenan Allen's rollercoaster ride of a receiving season is back on the upswing.It's fair to wonder if another precipitous drop is right around the corner, though.Allen has been both dominating and invisible through three weeks of play. He was the former on Sunday; the Cal product turned in a 12-catch, 133-yard, two-touchdown afternoon against the Vikings.Chargers fans saw that player...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

“Catching” up with Keenan Allen of the San Diego Chargers

Keenan Allen is a play-maker, and is the number one option for the San Diego Chargers wide receiver core. His 29 receptions through week 3, rank him third in the NFL behind Julian Edelman of the New England Patriots, and Julio Jones of the Atlanta Falcons. Allen has always had the skills to be a solid NFL player, but this season and at this rate Allen is going to be on pace for over...
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14 days ago  |  Discuss

Keenan Allen had a day for the Chargers history books

Keenan Allen was anything but average to start his third NFL season.The receiver tied Kellen Winslow for the most in-game catches in team history (15). He added 166 receiving yards in for good measure.That's the highest opening day total since they called the "AFC" the "AFL." It's safe to say that Allen is back after a disappointing 2014.“I guess I’m back, but I don’t think...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss

Twitter Tuesday: Romeo the Hemmy’s Keenan Allen piece

A man who is always providing us with beautiful Chargers art — Romeo the Hemmy (@Romeothehemmy) — has decided to feature Chargers rookie, and Pepsi NEXT Rookie of the Year, Keenan Allen, in his latest piece. Check it out! Gets me even more excited for training camp, which is only about three weeks away! Everyone tagg him on the bottom @keenan13allen #THEHEMMY #CHARGERART #CHARGERCANVAS...
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July 01, 2014  |  Discuss

What can the Chargers learn from stealing Keenan Allen in the third last year?

Keenan Allen is a really good wide receiver. As obvious as that statement seems now, it wasn’t as obvious leading up to the 2013 NFL Draft. Despite being California’s all-time leading receiver, questions about Allen’s ability, and a late season knee injury, kept him from being considered a top tier talent coming into the NFL. Seven receivers were taken before Allen in the 2013...
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March 26, 2014  |  Discuss

Rookie of the Year candidate: I was a 'snap away' from quitting NFL

Keenan Allen has made himself a household name -- and legit contender for Offensive Rookie of the Year -- with a terrific first-year campaign. But his fairytale season didn't begin that way. Buried on the Chargers' depth chart, Allen spent the preseason working behind the veteran receivers. He'd get his snaps in the preseason, but it wasn't enough. He wanted to start. And...
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December 26, 2013  |  Discuss

How the San Diego Chargers can make the playoffs

The San Diego Chargers shocked the NFL again last week by defeating the Denver Broncos 27-20 at home.  This brings the team to a 7-7 overall record and only one game behind the Baltimore Ravens, who currently have the last wildcard spot.  This victory gives the Chargers a chance to make the playoffs, but a very slim chance.  The team needs six games to have certain results in...
December 20, 2013  |  Discuss

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