If you had to rate San Diego’s 30-21 win Sunday at home over Seattle on an importance scale of 1 to 10, give it an 11.
Antonio Gates had three touchdown catches and the San Diego Chargers controlled the tempo to keep Seattle’s offense off the field and upset the defending Super Bowl champion Seahawks 30-21 Sunday.
Antonio Gates joined his San Diego Chargers teammates for the first practice of training camp a day after his 22-year-old sister died after battling lupus for three years.
Being the sixth and final seed in the NFL playoffs usually means you’re a sizable underdog. When it comes to the San Diego Chargers, that holds true a second weekend straight.
After dropping two of their first three games, all games in which they had leads in the fourth quarter, the San Diego Chargers reversed the script on Sunday.
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This has been a week of happiness and sadness for the Chargers organization as the season gets ready to come to a close.
As the San Diego Chargers head into the final six games of what is shaping up as a third straight season of missing the playoffs, one can’t help but think if the days of Antonio Gates in a Chargers’ uniform are winding down, too.
Antonio Gates caught a 14-yard yard scoring pass from Philip Rivers on the game’s opening drive to snap a streak of six straight quarters without a touchdown and the San Diego Chargers went on to a 31-13 victory over the staggering Kansas City Chiefs on Thursday night.
For the Chargers, stopping Atlanta’s high-powered passing attack will be the top priority, especially with the Falcon ground game only churning out 75.5 yards per game the first two weeks of play.
Formerly a draft pick of the Carolina Panthers, Dante Rosario’s big afternoon for the San Diego Chargers in the late summer sun surely did not go unnoticed. Rosario scored three receiving touchdowns, leading the Bolts to a 2-0 start.
While starting running back Ryan Mathews has been sidelined since breaking his clavicle in the preseason opener versus Green Bay just over a month ago, word comes that Pro Bowl tight end Antonio Gates is not 100 percent for the match up with the Titans.
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The San Diego Chargers aren’t media darlings anymore, and Antonio Gates says that may be a good thing.
Just when you thought the Chargers were finally getting over their rash of injuries, Norv Turner on Friday said he is , “not hopeful” RB Mike Tolbert will play on Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs.