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?
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.
If you took a quick look at the 2013 season to date for the San Diego Chargers, it would show one of utter frustration for the most part. On Sunday, the Chargers put some of that frustration to bed.
After having a chance to mend some injuries and refocus on their long-term objectives, the San Diego Chargers come off of their bye week this Sunday when they travel to Maryland to meet the Washington Redskins.
Although there are still nine games to be played on the schedule for the San Diego Chargers, it is never too early to start checking out the AFC race. In doing so, the Bolts have a better idea of the teams they need to leapfrog in order to gain a playoff spot come January.
Although it will take the San Diego Chargers playing one more game to officially reach the halfway point of their schedule, the Bolts head into their bye week on a high.
As most followers of the San Diego Chargers can tell you, they are never quite sure which team is going to show up week in and week out.
Coming into their Monday Night Football contest with the AFC South leading Indianapolis Colts, the San Diego Chargers averted a last-minute blackout in their hometown.
In a game that could have a huge bearing on the fortunes of the San Diego Chargers for the remainder of the season, the Bolts are essentially in a must-win situation come Monday night when the Indianapolis Colts pay a visit.
There are certain games on the NFL schedule that you figure you have a good shot of winning. With that in mind, many in the San Diego Chargers’ nation likely circled Oct. 6 on their calendars.
Chargers inside linebackers Donald Butler and Manti Te’o both practiced Thursday and appear to be on track to start against the Cowboys this weekend.
Former San Diego Chargers and University of Georgia defensive back Paul Oliver committed suicide at his Atlanta-area home, a medical examiner said Wednesday.
Right tackle D.J. Fluker was the only starter on the offensive line practicing Wednesday as the team began preparing for the Chargers’ game with the Dallas Cowboys.
For the second time this season, the Chargers lost after allowing an opponent to score on its last possession. Coach Mike McCoy is exhorting the Chargers not to put themselves in situations where they can happen again.
Jake Locker helped the Titans end a skid against the San Diego Chargers that spanned two states and two decades.