The San Diego Chargers could officially change their colors to medical red and white. Injuries have destroyed this team, and now it’s merely time to see what new players can possibly offer them for next season.
Defense is what ultimately lost the game for the Chargers against the Ravens. With the explosive offense of the Bengals about to face off with San Diego, the Bolts are going to have to step up their defensive game.
The Chargers need a win this week for more pride than anything, but a weak and injured offensive line may end up hurting them again. If not careful, that same line could also be the reason that Philip Rivers gets hurts as well.
With a win, the Chargers remain in the hunt for the AFC West title. Drop their fifth game in their last six contests, and the Bolts might as well start thinking about the 2013 campaign.
The winner of this weekend’s San Diego Chargers/Tampa Bay Buccaneers game keeps their hopes alive of making the playoffs, while the loser must seriously consider the fact that they could be sitting home come January.
With their return to the practice, the San Diego Chargers are looking to put a game plan in place where they not only avoid a second half collapse, but enter and leave Cleveland with a confident Philip Rivers at the helm.
With a win, San Diego (3-2) would move two games in front of Denver (2-3) in the division race, with essentially a three-game lead having had won the head-to-head encounter before they meet again Nov. 18 in the Mile High City.
Sure, you may look at the records of this Sunday night’s contest between the San Diego Chargers (3-1) and the host New Orleans Saints (0-4), thinking this surely can’t be a big game. Think again.
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.
To the fans in San Diego, while some may be pleasantly surprised at the team’s 2-0 start, others knew that the talent was there if things just fell into place.
As the San Diego Chargers prepare to host the Atlanta Falcons this Sunday afternoon, the Bolts have several objectives to tackle this week in practice.
The signing of guard/tackle Reggie Wells, a 10-year veteran, comes in the wake of the unknown verdict on starting left tackle Jared Gaither, out since late July with a back injury.
Whenever the San Diego Chargers and Oakland Raiders get together on the football field, expect more than just a little excitement. In fact, expect an all out war.