Emmanuel Sanders waited six long weeks to join the list of players who have caught a touchdown pass from Peyton Manning. Now, he has four in less than a week.
The Chargers and the Broncos have something more on their minds than the epic fantasy battle that is at hand when they meet in Denver Thursday night.
The two best teams in the AFC West face off on Thursday night when the 5-2 Chargers visit the 5-1 Broncos. Peyton Manning will look to extend his lead in the career touchdown category in a match-up of top-tier quarterbacks—Philip Rivers is behind only Manning and Aaron Rodgers in passer rating this season.
Jim Nantz…he’s known as one of the most iconic voices and faces in the history of professional sports, and he took some time to speak on the upcoming “Thursday Night Football” game between the San Diego Chargers and Denver Broncos.
The AFC West is proving harder for the San Diego Chargers than most people thought it would be.
Alex Smith and the Kansas City Chiefs have made the AFC West a three-team race.
The San Diego Chargers’ streak of facing inexperienced quarterbacks ends Sunday against the Kansas City Chiefs and Alex Smith.
As they demonstrated in thrashing the Jets 31-0 and raising their record to 4-1, the Chargers showed that stats do not always tell the true story.
Other than the home-opening win over Seattle in week two of the season, the Bolts have been feasting on the likes of Buffalo, Jacksonville and now the New York Jets over these last three Sundays. Okay, even with that level of competition, the Chargers look pretty darn good.
There appears to be no stopping Philip Rivers, Antonio Gates and the rest of the San Diego Chargers. The New York Jets, meanwhile, are simply a mess.
Before anyone starts buying tickets for the Super Bowl in Glendale (Arizona) in February, take note that San Diego’s one quality win this season was at home in the second week against the defending champs (Seattle).
Thanks to local partners, the San Diego Chargers have lifted the local television blackout for Sunday’s game against the Jacksonville Jaguars.
San Diego (2-1), which was already missing starting running back Ryan Mathews to a knee injury, withstood an early right ankle injury to running back Danny Woodhead and left Buffalo Sunday afternoon with a 22-10 victory.
Philip Rivers found a new go-to target in leading the San Diego Chargers to their latest victory.
Russell Wilson knows a lot more about the San Diego Chargers than you might think. His late father, Harrison Wilson III, was a wide receiver invited to training camp with the Chargers in 1980. He roomed with future Hall of Famer Kellen Winslow.