Injuries can cause a player to take time off from their team and sometimes that means the entire season. When injuries heal, it is time for those players to return and hopefully make a return sooner rather than later. For others? Injuries can mean coming full circle back to the place where it all began.
While it may be temporary, the San Diego Chargers will start off the new week holding down last place in the AFC West, this after a last-minute 20-17 loss to the Tennessee Titans Sunday in Nashville.
Jake Locker helped the Titans end a skid against the San Diego Chargers that spanned two states and two decades.
After surviving a wild 33-30 victory in Philadelphia on Sunday, the San Diego Chargers can only hope that they do not have to out duel the Tennessee Titans this coming Sunday in the same fashion.
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.
The Tennessee Titans franchise is looking to break a seven-game losing streak to the San Diego Chargers. San Diego’s last loss in the series was to the Houston Oilers in 1992. Tennessee running back Chris Johnson will need to step up his game no matter who is at quarterback.
The Tennessee Titans have agreed to terms with Jake Locker, the eighth overall pick in this year’s draft, along with the rest of their draft class.
Jake Locker scored on a 3-yard run in the first half, and Quinton Richardson returned an interception 28 yards for a touchdown with 6:22 left to help Washington keep its fledgling bowl hopes alive with an ugly 24-7 win over UCLA on Thursday night.