After missing the previous seven games with a knee injury, San Diego Chargers running back Ryan Mathews is finally expected to return to the gridiron in week 11, marking his first in-game appearance since week 2.
Despite his return to health, Mathews may not simply just return to fantasy football relevance, since in that time, rookie Brandon Oliver has taken over as the starting...
Most fantasy owners (hopefully) drafted Ryan Mathews with the intention that he’d either be their No. 3 running back or flex option every week, but unfortunately the oft-injured Chargers ball-carrier has provided absolutely nothing in 2014. Mathews is slated to return in Week 11 from a 9-week absence after a knee injury in Week 2
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Chargers running back Ryan Mathews returned to the practice field for the first time since spraining his right knee on Sept. 14 but will not play in Sunday's game at Miami.
Mathews did limited work Friday. The Chargers have their bye next Sunday and Mathews hopes to play in a home game against Oakland on Nov. 16.
''It's great to have him out there,'' coach...
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Chargers running back Ryan Mathews will not be rushed back because Branden Oliver is playing so well in the San Diego backfield.Fantasy Spin:Mathews have not played since Sept. 14, and it "appears likely" he will be held out through the Week 10 bye according to the Union-Tribune San Diego. If you have held on to him this long, don't drop him. Remain patient because...
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With the preseason finally over, the San Diego Chargers are preparing to start the regular season this upcoming Monday night against the Houston Texans. Four weeks ago, there were some big questions about this San Diego team. Fans were concerned with the team’s lack of both passing and rushing offense because the offensive line was so terrible last year. To improve on this...