San Diego Chargers
Not only would there be a pair of games in a span of five days, but they would be against two of San Diego’s most hated rivals, Kansas City and Denver. Making the matter all the more urgent is that the game with the Broncos would be in the Mile High City, one of the tougher venues to go in and grab a win from.
Chargers defensive coordinator John Pagano has had some success containing Peyton Manning.
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.
For the second straight week Chargers running back Branden Oliver has been voted as the Pepsi Rookie of the week, the league announced Friday.
Sitting at 5-1 atop the AFC West (Denver is 4-1, Kansas City 2-3), the Chargers look to continue their recent dominance over the Chiefs (have won the last four meetings).
The Kansas City Chiefs are coming to town Sunday, and boy wouldn’t Flowers love to be healthy enough to play against his former team.
Following a hard-fought 31-28 win Sunday in Oakland, the Chargers turned their attention to division rival number two, the Kansas City Chiefs.
Okay, while they probably were not looking ahead, the Chargers sure were playing for their lives, escaping Oakland with a hard-fought 31-28 victory over their long-time rivals the Raiders.
Branden Oliver and Philip Rivers spoiled Oakland’s fresh start to the season.
ALAMEDA (AP) — Rookie Derek Carr will start at quarterback for the Oakland Raiders despite being listed as questionable with an injured left knee and ankle. Carr left Oakland’s most recent game two weeks ago […]
Riding a four-game winning streak, the Bolts look to leave the Bay Area with a win over one of their most hated rivals.
Running back Ronnie Brown is back with the San Diego Chargers, his unemployment in the NFL having lasted just one week.
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.