Game Report Card

OAKLAND, CA - OCTOBER 06: Defensive end Lamarr Houston #99 of the Oakland Raiders celebrates a tackle against the San Diego Chargers in the first quarter on October 06, 2013 at Coliseum in Oakland, California. The Raider lead 14-0 in the first quarter. (Photo by Brian Bahr/Getty Images)

Chargers Get Swallowed Up In Black Hole, Fall To Raiders 27-17

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.


Von Miller sacks Philip Rivers

Broncos Drive Perhaps Final Nail In Chargers’ Coffin

For those that had the stamina to watch Sunday’s tilt in Denver against the Broncos, the same old problems came back to bite the San Diego Chargers when all was said and done.



Chargers Sunk By Buccaneers, Drop 2 Games Behind Broncos

Thanks to San Diego’s 34-24 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Chargers (4-5) now sit two games behind the Denver Broncos (6-3) in the AFC West race, with a trip to the Mile High City this coming Sunday.



Chargers’ Offense Hit With A ‘Brownout’ In 7-6 Loss At Cleveland

In a pathetic 7-6 loss to the Cleveland Browns Sunday, the San Diego Chargers’ offense looked worse than the chances of Hurricane Sandy not having a major impact on the East Coast to start the work week.



Did Anyone See That San Diego Loss To Denver Coming?

Those who love to crunch the numbers will sit back and look to see where things went wrong for San Diego and right for Denver, but the bottom line is the Chargers choked for the second week in a row.


Philip Rivers (credit: Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images)

Chargers School Titans In Running Record To 2-0

Along with cashing in on five touchdowns, the Chargers’ defense was also in tune against the team from Music City, keeping rookie QB Jake Locker on his toes most of the afternoon in front of more than 60,000 in attendance.


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Chargers Bolt Past The Raiders 22-14, Kaeding Hits 5 FG’s

This time around, the Chargers found Oakland to be just as hospitable, as Raider miscues on special teams, along with five Nate Kaeding field goals, helped propel San Diego (1-0) to the win.