When Danario Alexander and then Malcom Floyd went down for the San Diego Chargers earlier this year, it would have been easy to hit the panic button as it relates to the team’s wide receivers. Enter Keenan Allen.
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.
Is this the weekend that the San Diego Chargers put together a full four quarters of play against the Dallas Cowboys?
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.
The San Diego Chargers’ win over the Philadelphia Eagles wasn’t as costly as they had feared.
With several major injuries in the preseason, the San Diego Chargers may have been finished before they even started the 2013 campaign. That being said, several players look like they will get to see action this season despite some nasty injuries.
Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd has returned to practice two weeks after straining his right knee in a collision with cornerback Shareece Wright.
Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd has been carted off the field with an apparent right knee injury.
Among the noticeable gaps on on the San Diego Chargers this season is the lack of another quality receiver to go with Malcom Floyd. Yes, letting Vincent Jackson go in the off-season to Tampa Bay continues to look more and more like a mistake by the Bolts.
Lastly, can the home crowd prove beneficial for the Chargers? Keep in mind that AFC West rivals Denver, Oakland and Kansas City are usually well represented when playing in San Diego. If the game is tight down the stretch, some home cooking for the Chargers from their fans could spell the difference.
You would think San Diego Chargers wide receiver Malcom Floyd would be the go-to guy for quarterback Philip Rivers and head coach Norv Turner, yet you do not always get that feeling when watching the Bolts.
The San Diego Chargers fell to 3-2 Sunday night, missing a golden opportunity to go two games up on division rival Denver by losing to the New Orleans Saints 31-24 The Chargers now head into a showdown with the Broncos next Monday night in San Diego.
Given last year’s road debacle at Arrowhead Stadium (23-20 OT loss), a game the Chargers seemingly were about to win on a late field goal before they turned the ball over, San Diego knows that winning games within its division will be crucial this year.