Hoping to break a three-year playoff drought, the San Diego Chargers face another must-win situation when they play host to the New York Giants this Sunday afternoon.
If you thought the San Diego Chargers were in danger of missing the playoffs before their 20-16 loss in Miami last Sunday, well, the danger level has risen quite a bit in the last week.
Don’t call this just another game for the San Diego Chargers. For all intent purposes, Sunday’s game in Miami against the Dolphins is an AFC playoff game.
Trying to extend their win streak to a season-high, three games, the San Diego Chargers travel to the nation’s capital, hoping to avoid a letdown against Robert Griffin III and the struggling Washington Redskins.
With a win over a potential playoff team last Sunday, the San Diego Chargers look to continue their winning ways Sunday evening when they travel to the Bay Area to meet the rival Oakland Raiders.
After a wild 33-30 victory on the road in Philadelphia last weekend, the San Diego Chargers take their act to Nashville this weekend, meeting the Tennessee Titans in Music City on Sunday.
There are going to be a lot of names on the field this Sunday for the Chargers that fans may not be used to. Sadly, no team should be having preseason type position competitions at this point in the season.
If you don’t look at the IR list, then the Chargers are rather healthy. They’re without a ton of huge names and expensive talent, but they’re “healthy.”
San Diego will probably give it one last fighting effort this weekend as they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers. If a loss comes this week though, they’ve really got to consider shutting down some players and not letting their injuries get worse.
San Diego doesn’t have much of a chance of making the playoffs this season, and with the injuries mounting up, even one more victory is seeming out of reach.
San Diego has a number of key players nursing injuries, and this just isn’t the time to have to deal with them as the strong Ravens are coming to town.
So, as the two get set to meet Sunday afternoon in the Mile High City, essentially the season is on the line for the Chargers, who limp into Denver losers of four of their last five games.
Along with some physical injuries that the Bolts are dealing with, getting healthy mentally is also key.
Yes, the Chargers have had some injuries here and there, but by no means any worse than any other team around the NFL through two months of play.
Not having met the Browns since 2009, the Chargers come into Northern Ohio with much to prove and little room for error.