This is the November 15, 2012 news archive. View today's Chargers rumors and news.
The chances are increasing that the San Diego Chargers will enter their pivotal game at Denver on Sunday without left tackle Jared Gaither and running back Ryan Mathews. The two players missed their second straight day of practice Thursday. Mathews has …Upvote Share Tweet
The Broncos quarterback looked a little too comfortable for the Chargers' liking in the teams' first matchup this season.Upvote Share Tweet
On verge of record, Chargers' Gates still demands respectOther teams must still give attention to Chargers tight end Antonio Gates,Upvote Share Tweet
Chargers defense has enjoyed rare healthAubrayo Franklin will be the first Chargers defensive starter to miss a game.Upvote Share Tweetchargers.com Updated Nov 15, 2012In the NFL these days, pressuring the quarterback is a must. While the San Diego Chargers rank seventh in total defense, their Achilles heel this season has been their lack of producing sacks. Th...Upvote Share Tweet
Chat wrap: How Chargers can win SundayESPN.com Updated Nov 15, 2012Here are some highlights of our AFC West chat, which was held earlier Thursday: DENVER Bill from Corona, Calif..: How close to 100 percent is Peyton? Give me a percentage. He silenced the questions about the deep ball, throwing to the right etc. Also he…Upvote Share Tweetchargers.com Updated Nov 15, 2012Practice squad WR Kashif Moore answers a fan tweet @chargers @kashifmoore what did you like the most about being at UConn and playing UConn football? #AskACharger - Gator Lilley (@Gator_Lilley) No...Upvote Share Tweet
Paris: Broncos' Fox is a coach of San Diego colorsBroncos coach John Fox, who leads Denver against the Chargers on Sunday, has deep San Diego roots.Upvote Share Tweet
Peter King: Week 11 picksCNNSI.com Updated Nov 15, 2012The Chargers are playing for more than their last playoff hopes this week, they're playing for jobs. Can San Diego beat Denver to stay alive in the AFC West? Peter King makes his picks.Upvote Share Tweet
Norv Turner, Antonio Gates stand behind Philip Riversprofootballtalk.com Updated Nov 15, 2012After another costly interception from San Diego Chargers quarterback Philip Rivers in a loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Sunday, head coach Norv Turner was asked if he’d consider sitting his starting quarterback. Turner had benched running back RyanUpvote Share Tweet
Countdown Daily Prediction: Chargers-BroncosNov 15The NFL Live crew makes their picks for San Diego at Denver
Preview: San Diego Chargers vs. Denver BroncosNov 15NFL Films previews the Week 11 matchup between the San Diego Chargers and the Denver Broncos.
Jim Trotter: To receive or to defer? That's the questionNov 15The biggest comeback in Broncos history did not begin with a touchdown. It began with a pre-game coin flip.
Biggest NFL games of Week 11 -- John Clayton's First & 10Nov 15This weekend will help determine how interesting the AFC playoff race will be down the stretch, John Clayton writes.
The Sports Guy's Thursday NFL PickNov 15Who's up for another three hours of shitty football? Pull up a chair and watch poorly prepared, banged-up football players from two forgettable teams...