The Los Angeles Chargers escaped with a win in Week 1 over the Cincinnati Bengals 16-13; a win that likely left many fans breathing a sigh of relief. The defense was definitely the superior unit in that game as, aside from allowing a long Joe Burrow touchdown run, they mostly shut down the Bengals offense and forced a couple of turnovers as well.
The first game of the Tyrod Taylor era for the LA Chargers was a victory. For the first time since Drew Brees in 2005, the LA Chargers had a player not named Philip Rivers starting under center for the team.
Photo by Jamie Squire/Getty Images Get educated on this week’s opponent straight from the enemy. Just like we did last week, I threw five questions to the enemy to learn a bit more about the Chargers’ opponent in Week 2.
The LA Chargers will play their first game in the brand new SoFi Stadium against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 2. The LA Chargers were able to barely squeak out a victory in Week 1 against the Bengals as their kicker, Randy Bullock, missed a game-tying field goal attempt in the remaining seconds.
Photo by: 2019 Nick Cammett/Diamond Images via Getty Images Jefferson was with the Bolts during training camp. The Chargers didn’t wait long to fill the void left on the practice squad after promoting linebacker Asmar Bilal to the active roster.
Photo by Sam Wasson/Getty Images North Dakota State has been a steady FCS pipeline to the NFL. After one game into the 2020 NFL season, I can honestly say that I was fairly impressed with Sam Tevi’s performance at left tackle against the Bengals.
LA Chargers rookie running back Joshua Kelley made team history in his NFL debut. The LA Chargers selected Joshua Kelley in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft and at the time, Charger fans were perplexed.
Photo by John Byrum/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images On Tuesday, the Chargers are reportedly trying out a pair of running backs following the quad injury suffered by Justin Jackson during their game against the Bengals.