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Blogger Blitz: Don't quit on Rivers
ESPN.com Updated Nov 13, 2012
It is not a surprise that Norv Turner had to answer a question of whether he is considering benching quarterback Philip Rivers. That’s what happens when teams lose. Panic sets in. But there is no chance Rivers will be benched, nor should he. Yes, he isShare Tweet
The San Diego Chargers prepare for their most important game of the season Sunday when they travel to Denver to take on their division rivals, the Broncos. It’s technically not a must-win game fo...Share TweetAfter battling knee problems for years, Chargers Danario Alexander thinks he has turned a corner.Share Tweet
Chargers linebacker confesses his love of dance and history to studentsChargers linebacker Takeo Spikes is famous for his 22-inch neck and an NFL career that has spanned 15 years so far.Share Tweetchargers.com Nov 13, 2012The NFL holds many events in schools across the country, and the reaction is always the same. The children are ecstatic about meeting an NFL player. Still, today’s event at King-Chavez Preparato...Share Tweetprofootballtalk.com Nov 13, 2012The Buccaneers have announced that linebacker Quincy Black will be placed on injured reserve after his neck injury Sunday. While the injury wasn’t as bad as it appeared when he went down from a helmet-to-helmet collision with Chargers running back RyanShare Tweet
Chargers irked by failed finishesAgainst the Saints, Broncos and Buccaneers, the team's halftime lead was a combined 62-31. It was outscored 69-10 in the second half.Share Tweet
Blogger Blitz: Rivers Out Of San Diego?Nov 13AFC West blogger Bill Williamson addresses the idea that Philip Rivers should be out of the Chargers lineup
Kerry J. Byrne: Inside the numbers: Week 11Nov 13The Philadelphia Eagles managed the near-impossible Sunday: They out-dumbed America's Dumbest Team, the Dallas Cowboys.
Don Banks: As proven in Week 10, concussion recognition still an inexact s…Nov 13Week 10 in the NFL saw the vexing issue of concussions raise its ugly (and groggy) head again, with three starting quarterbacks in the NFC going down like so many bowling pins. Michael Vick on the East Coast, Alex Smith on the West Coast and Jay Cutler …
Peter King: Big Ben injury puts Ravens in AFC North driver's seat; mailNov 13In the wake of the Week 10 news:
Jim Trotter: Awards Watch: Week 10Nov 13The pulse of the NFL season changes weekly. Every Tuesday, SI.com will break down the front-runners for the major NFL awards.