CBS Sports' Boomer Esiason: Nothing Better To Belichick Than Beating JetsCBS Sports' "The NFL Today" studio analyst Boomer Esiason talks two big games in Week 16 and what's at stake for those in the playoffs.
Chargers And Raiders Battle In Final Thursday Night Game Of 2015The San Diego Chargers have one of the worst records in the NFL while the Oakland Raiders have a middle-of-the-road record at best.
Chargers To Play Perhaps Their Final Home Game In San DiegoSan Diego Chargers fans who haven't already been turned off by bad football or ownership's hardball attempt to bolt to a Los Angeles suburb will head to Qualcomm Stadium on Sunday, perhaps for the final time.
Chargers Hoping To Sink Dolphins In Home FinaleMost notably, a short winning streak to end the season would undoubtedly put the Bolts and their fans in a tad bit better mood heading into the post-season.
Iger: Time Running Short For 2016 NFL Move To LAThe man guiding the effort to build an NFL stadium near Los Angeles for the Oakland Raiders and San Diego Chargers said Thursday that time is running short to get a deal done for the 2016 season.
Can Chargers Spoil Season For Chiefs?Losers of seven of their last eight games, the Bolts head to Kansas City this Sunday for a date with the AFC West rival Chiefs. While San Diego has been falling fast, Kansas City (7-5) has run-off six straight wins, giving the Chiefs a hold on one of the two AFC wild card spots.
Injury Report: Chargers Look To Run Past Broncos As McCoy Remains On Hot SeatComing into the year, the Chargers were all but a sure-thing to make the playoffs. With those dreams now crushed, the Bolts can still play spoiler for the teams battling for AFC supremacy; starting with the 9-2 Denver Broncos.
Can Chargers Upset AFC West-Leading Broncos?Snapping a six-game losing streak, San Diego (3-8) played one of its better games of the season in dealing the Jags a tough loss as Jacksonville continues to hold meager hopes of making the AFC playoffs.
NFL Owners Expected To Discuss Los Angeles Proposals At Dallas MeetingNational Football League team owners are scheduled to meet Wednesday in Dallas to discuss, among other issues, whether to move the San Diego Chargers or another team to the Los Angeles area.
NFL Owners' Meetings Could Yield Progress In LA RelocationBehind the meeting's closed doors, league executives are expected to continue their attempts to broker a deal on L.A. without forcing the owners into a potentially messy public vote.
Rivers' 4 TD Passes Help Chargers Beat Jags, 31-25All the San Diego Chargers needed to end a six-game losing streak was another cross-country trip to Jacksonville.
Injury Report: Chargers Hoping Road Win Awaits In Jacksonville To Snap 6-Game SkidIn what has to be labeled nothing short of a disappointing season to date, San Diego (2-8, last AFC West) heads into Jacksonville (4-6, 3rd AFC South) to meet a Jags squad that has some talent, but has not always transferred that onto the field at times.
Where Do Chargers Go From Here?After stabilizing their season at 2-2 back in early October, San Diego (2-8) has proceeded to drop six straight games, leaving it on the outside looking in when it comes to the 2015 playoffs. Now playing essentially for pride, the Bolts will look to finish off the season with a run, starting against Jacksonville.
Chargers' McCoy Declines Specifics About Fluker's Latest ConcussionChargers coach Mike McCoy refused to divulge details of right guard D.J. Fluker's second concussion in five days and the fourth of his three-year NFL career.
Injury Report: Chargers Look To Have Some Offensive Line Pieces Back In The MixThe Chargers, who own sole possession of last place in the AFC West, will look to stop a Kansas City (4-5) squad that is on a roll, having won three straight games. In their last two games, the Chiefs have outscored the opposition (Detroit and Denver) by a combined 74-23 count.