Posts Tagged ‘chargers’

Chargers at Browns NFL Week 16 Inactives

Here are today’s inactives for the Browns and Chargers at First Energy Stadium with kickoff set for 1pm Eastern. Chargers: RB Melvin Gordon, T King Dunlap, C Max Tuerk, TE Asante Cleveland, CB Craig Mager, WR Jeremy Butler, DT Kaleb Eulls Browns: QB Kevin Hogan, DE Tyrone Holmes, C Gabe Ikard, QB Josh McCown, DT […]

Chargers Out of the Playoffs, and Maybe Out of San Diego After Tough Loss to Oakland

2016 is yet another wasted season for the San Diego Chargers, as Sunday the team fell to the Oakland Raiders 19-16, ending any hopes of a trip to the postseason. What was even worse was watching the Raiders celebrate, as their win over the Chargers will send them to the postseason for the first time […]

A Coming of Age Win for the Young Chargers Over the Broncos

Thursday night was a coming out party for the young Chargers, a possible coming of age for a team that clearly needed it after two weeks of awful late let downs against the New Orleans Saints at home and the Oakland Raiders on the road. This time around they would not allow themselves to fall […]

Keys to the Game: Chargers Look to Get a Big AFC West Win over Denver

The Chargers have laid big eggs the last two weeks in games they really could have won, and after a three-point loss to the Raiders on Sunday they are back in action Thursday against another AFC West rival, the Denver Broncos. If San Diego is going to get back in the race in any fashion […]

Chargers Fail Late Again; Fall to Raiders 34-31 to Fall to 1-4

The Raiders keep finding new ways to win late in games, while the Chargers somehow manage to find even more painful ways to lose. Derek Carr threw a go-ahead 21-yard touchdown pass to Michael Crabtree on a fourth-and-2 gamble and the Raiders survived when the Chargers botched a potential tying kick late in a 34-31 […]

In Terms of Success – Chargers Rank Near the Bottom of the NFL in New Article

Mike Freeman, Lead NFL National Reporter for Bleacher Report, has written a long piece which talks about each and every NFL franchise, and their success. There’s a number of factors involved, including Super Bowl, Conference and division titles. The Chargers didn’t get much love on the list, as according to Freeman, they are coming in […]

Late Letdown by Chargers Leads to 26-22 Setback to Colts

Andrew Luck missed T.Y. Hilton on one critical play Sunday. The Colts quarterback didn’t make the same mistake again. On his second chance, Luck threw a perfect strike to Hilton with 1:17 to play, and the Pro Bowl receiver spun out of a tackle and zig-zagged 63 yards down the field to give Indianapolis a […]

Chargers Slam Jaguars 38-14 in Home Opener

Philip Rivers couldn’t help but saying it in the locker room at halftime. “It’s kind of funny, isn’t it, up 21 again.” Unlike a week earlier, the San Diego Chargers didn’t turn a three-touchdown lead into a soul-crushing loss. They added on, beating the mistake-prone Jacksonville Jaguars 38-14 Sunday. Rivers matched his career high with […]