The San Diego Chargers 17-10 home loss to the Cincinnati Bengals metaphorically closed the door on the Bolts playoff hopes. However, is there a chance that San Diego could emerge from this mess and secure a playoff berth?
Fresh-off their thrilling 41-38 victory last Sunday over the Kansas City Chiefs, the San Diego Chargers look to take down the AFC North leading Cincinnati Bengals this weekend in another playoff like atmosphere.
To a man on the San Diego Chargers, there is only one real leader on the field. Yes, Mike McCoy is the head coach, but most folks know number 17 is the unofficial leader for the Chargers.
With a wild 41-38 victory at Kansas City in their hip pockets, the San Diego Chargers now turn their attention to this Sunday’s home game with the AFC North-leading Cincinnati Bengals.
This week saw an increase in preseason intensity. Starters played longer, and the injury totals spiked yet again. Here’s the scoop from all around the AFC…
Teams played their first preseason game this week, offering coaches and GMs their first glimpse of the strengths and weakness of their roster.
Good rule of thumb: Wait on defenses. Here’s our top 12 fantasy football defenses to draft.
With Hall of Fame Weekend having enshrined the game’s former greats, and the very first preseason game of the year completed, here is the latest news from around the AFC
The country finds itself in the midst of seemingly unrelenting heat. With fantasy drafts beginning to also heat up, here’s the latest news from around the AFC…
With the first preseason game just a few Sundays away, here’s a brief recap of the events occurring around the AFC.
As July begins, and kickoff weekend just 67 days away, much has happened in the NFL in the past week. Here’s a closer look at the headlines from the AFC squads this past week.
CBS2 in Los Angeles will replace the San Diego Chargers at New York Jets with Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers for week 16 of the NFL season.
Vontaze Burfict swooped in from the middle linebacker spot and closed on the ball carrier, then quickly pulled up to avoid any contact. He was practicing the thing he needs to improve upon most.
The family of a one-time NFL running back who was fatally shot by Kern County sheriff’s deputies in a convenience store parking lot is suing the sheriff’s department for alleged civil rights violations.
Authorities say a Bakersfield sheriff’s deputy did not violate department policy when he fatally shot a former NFL player after a scuffle at a convenience store.