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CNNSI.com Updated Nov 2, 2012
There are only two Sunday matchups featuring teams with winning records. One of them could not be more unexpected, Peter King writes as he breaks down what to watch in Week 9.Share Tweet
Chargers sack leader in 2011 may miss timeAntwan Barnes strained his hamstring in the fourth quarter Thursday against the Chiefs.Share Tweet
Jared Gaither giving Chargers all he hasThe team pulled the left tackle late in the fourth quarter. He gets time to refuel now after driving on empty.Share TweetThe wide receiver earned a role Thursday night, even when Robert Meachem and Eddie Royal are back from injury.Share TweetThis is something Chargers fans don’t want to hear, but trust me on this one. If the Chargers lost to the Chiefs, Norv Turner was not getting fired.Share TweetBefore each home game, Chargers fans will have the opportunity to submit questions to Chargers players for the team’s GameDay Magazine, which is sold at the stadium. This week ask wide receiver Mal...Share TweetAll season long, head coach Norv Turner has preached playing a complete game to his team. After showing glimpses for stretches at a time through their previous seven games, Thursday night the Bolt...Share Tweet
BR: Chargers are right in the thick of thingsBilly Ray Smith say that at 4-4 the Chargers still have a chance to make this a successful season.Share TweetWeek 9’s win over the Kansas City Chiefs lifted the Bolts record to 4-4, and tied them with the Denver Broncos for most wins in the AFC West. Here is what we learned from Thursday night’s 31-13 v...Share Tweet
Krasovic: Old Man Ronnie is good for the ChargersRonnie Brown leads the NFL pass-catchers in completion percentage.Share TweetHere are some areas the San Diego Chargers need to focus on after a 31-13 home win against Kansas City on Thursday night: Recap: The Chargers looked like a good football team Thursday night. Yes, they beat the 1-7 Chiefs. But it doesn’t matter. This gamShare TweetPerhaps the most amazing part of the Chiefs’ willingness to give the ball away is that they haven’t already set the record. They gave it up four more times in last night’s loss to the Chargers, giving them a league-high 29 turnovers at their 1-7 halShare TweetDemorrio Williams spent the previous four seasons as a member of the Kansas City Chiefs. Thursday night, he made the club pay for not bringing him back for a fifth. The savvy inside linebacker had...Share TweetWith less than a minute left in the third quarter, Kansas City kicker Ryan Succop connected on a 41-yard field goal to cut the Chiefs’ deficit to four and give the visiting team the momentum. The ...Share Tweet
First Drive Sets Tone for BoltsIt took quarterback Philip Rivers and the Chargers’ offense less than five minutes in Thursday night’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs to snap their six-quarter touchdown drought and set the t...Share Tweet
Rivers Historic Game Lifts Bolts to VictoryPhilip Rivers had just finished one of the greatest statistical games in NFL history as he stepped to the podium following the Chargers 31-13 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. The quarterback ...Share Tweet
Defense is a hit as Johnson delivers one of big jolts for BoltsIt was the second of four huge turnovers created by the defense, a vital ingredient in a virtual must-win game for the ChargersShare Tweet
Chargers Unleash Balanced Rushing AttackIt’s nice to have a Pro Bowl running back in Ryan Mathews. It’s even nicer when you have two backup running backs that are capable of gaining yards and impacting a game. And that’s exactly what th...Share Tweet
Ajirotutu Sparks Team Early OnNewly signed Chargers wide receiver Seyi Ajirotutu had an immediate impact on tonight’s game, sparking an opening touchdown drive with a diving 28-yard reception down the left sideline. “I’ve been...Share TweetNewly signed Chargers wide receiver Seyi Ajirotutu had an immediate impact on tonight’s game, sparking an opening touchdown drive with a diving 28-yard reception down the left sideline. “I’ve been...Share TweetJarret Johnson came off the edge expecting a run. What he saw instead had him salivating — a quarterback standing all alone in the end zone ready to pass and well within his sights. “When you get ...Share TweetAfter a disappointing second half against the Denver Broncos on “Monday Night Football” three weeks ago, the Chargers defense has settled into a rhythm. San Diego only allowed seven points and 250...Share Tweet
Week 9: TNF RawNov 2Check out Thursday night's action as the players saw and heard it on the field.
San Diego Chargers win bigger for head coach Norv Turner or quarterback Philip Rivers?Nov 2The San Diego Chargers' victory Thursday night helped them move to 4-4 thru eight games, temporarily cooling down the hot seat for quarterback Philip Rivers and head coach Norv Turner.